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Nations in South America or just offshore


Nuevo Reyno de Granada - Nôva Granada (New Kingdom of Granada - New Granada) http://64.87.73.92/ib/sa/ng/ng).mini.png
Capital:Santa Fe de Bogotá
Population:42 million neogranadinos (New Granadians)
Brief:New Granada is an integral part of the Kingdom of Castile and Leon. The official and main language is Castilian.
Worth to see:The Santa Marta Snow Sierra, Maracaibo Oil Industry
Political Division:
  • Panamá
  • Antioquia
  • Magdalena
  • Cundinamarca
  • Popayán
  • Quito
República Bolivariana de Venezôla (Bolivarian Republic of Venezola) http://64.87.73.92/ib/sa/ve/ve.mini.png
Capital:Caracas
Population:20 million venezolanos (Venezolans)
Brief:Venezuela is a federal republic that seceded from Castile in 1838. The official and main language is Castilian.
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Overseas Territory of English Guyana http://64.87.73.92/ib/sa/eg/eg.mini.png
Capital:
Population:
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Overseas Territory of Kemrese Guiana (Overseas Territory of Cambrian Guyana)
Capital:
Population:
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Batavian Guyana (Bataafs Guyana, Suriname) Batavian guyana.gif
Capital: Paramaribo
Population: 450 thousand (Surinamers)
Brief: Batavian Guyana (Suriname) is part of the Batavian Kingdom. Having been a colony for centuries, the relationship was restructured into one based on equality after the Second Great War.

The colony of Batavian Guyana has been quiet for most of its history but during the occupation of the Batavian Antilles by Florida-Caribbea Batavian Guyana was overrun with refugees, and over time a terrorist group, the People's Army of the Free Antilles or Mensenleger van de Vrije Antillen developed and began staging counter-floridian attacks, which culminated in a Floridian blockade of Batavian Guyana, although commerce was not so stringently affected as the Guineas of the Federated Kingdoms and French Guyana eagerly transported their goods.

Since the dissolution of Florida-Caribbea, the Mensenleger van de Vrije Antillen has transformed into a political party focused on the autonomous rights of the various islands in the basin.

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Departament du Guiane Française (Departament of French Guyana) http://64.87.73.92/ib/sa/gf/fr.mini.png
Capital: Cayene
Population: 5 million guianais (Guyanians)
Brief: French Guyana is a departament of France. The official language is Francien
República do Equador (Republic of Equador) Equador.png
Capital: Belém do Pará
Population: 13 million amazonenses (Amazonans)
Brief: Ecuador seceded from Portugal in 1824. Presidentialist republic. Portuguese is the official language, however many indigenous languages are spoken and given special protection status. Member of Lusoamerican Union.
Worth to see: The Amazon River and forest
República del Perú (Republic of Peru) http://64.87.73.92/ib/sa/pe/pe.mini.png
Capital: Lima
Population: 20 million peruanos (Peruvians)
Brief: Perú seceded from Spain in 1822. The official language is Spanish. Perú is a founder a member of the Andean Pact.
Tawantinsuyu (Inca Kingdom of Tawantinsuyu) http://64.87.73.92/ib/sa/tw/tw.mini.png
Capital: Cuscu
Population: 10 million (Suyians)
Brief: Suyo is a monarchy that seceded from Castile in 1832, however they claim to be the descendants of the Tawantisuyu(Inca Empire) that was invaded by Spain in 1543. Quichua is the official language. Suyo is member of the Andean Pact.
Worth to see: Machupichu
República Aymara de Charcas (Aymara Republic of Charcas) http://64.87.73.92/ib/sa/ch/ch.mini.png
Capital: La Plata
Population: 20 million charquenses (Charcans)
Brief: Charcas seceded from Castile in 1825. The official language is Aymara but there are also importan Castilian and Quichua speakers. Charcas is a founder member of the Andean Pact.
Worth to see: Tititaca Lake
Reyno Guarani del Paraguay (Guarani Kingdom of Paraguay) Paraguay.flag.png
Capital: Asunción.
Population: 24 million paraguayos (Paraguayans)
Brief: .
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República do Paraná (Republic of Paraná) Parana.png
Capital: São Paulo
Population: 66 million paranaenses (Paranaäns)
Brief: First Portuguese colony in South America to achieve lasting independence (1811). Presidentialist republic. Intense economic and cultural activity. Member of Lusoamerican Union.
Worth to see: Waterfalls at Yguaçu
República do Brasil (Republic of Brazil) Brasil.png
Capital: Rio de Janeiro
Population: 57 million brasileiros (Brazilians)
Brief: Portuguese colony until 1822, when it achieved independence. Parliamentary republic. Member of Lusoamerican Union.
Worth to see: Carnival in Rio de Janeiro
República da Bahia (Republic of Bahia) Bahia.png
Capital: Salvador
Population: 52 million baianos (Bahians)
Brief: Last Portuguese colony in South America to become independent, in 1846. Parliamentary republic. Coast is tourist paradise; hinterland is very dry. Member of Lusoamerican Union.
Worth to see: Tropical beaches
República Popular de Chile (People Republic of Chile) http://64.87.73.92/ib/sa/ci/ci.mini.png
Capital: Santiago de Chile.
Population: 20 million chilenos (Chilenans)
Brief: .
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República del Ríu de L'Argent (Republic of Silver River) http://64.87.73.92/ib/sa/rp/rp.mini.png
Capital: Bons Oratges.
Population: 16 million rioplatences (Rioplaters)
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Estado Oriental del Uruguay (Eastern State of Uruguay) Uruguay.png
Capital: Montevideo
Population: 9 million uruguayos (Uruguayans)
Brief: Autonomous state of Riu de l'Argent; became independent of Portuguese domination in 1822 and was integrated to Riu de l'Argent in 1827. Catalan and Portuguese are both official languages. Member of Lusoamerican Union.
Worth to see: Casinos in Punta del Este
República de Araucania i la Patagonia (Republic of Araucania and Patagonia) http://64.87.73.92/ib/sa/mp/mp.mini.png
Capital: .
Population: 6 million Araucanos (Araucanians)
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An Ynysaw Havaenec (Samonios Islands) http://64.87.73.92/ib/sa/si/si.mini.png
Capital: Porth Maesyf.
Population: 5 000 Saminiosan
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