the Nation of Adladia is a Crown Dependancy Of the Kingdom of Barnopea, located in the

Country Barnopea
Capital Tor Hanna
- Total 140,000 km2 aprox
Population 2044 estimate
- Total 37,200,000
- Density 265.7/km2

north-east of the Nutkia Grasslands, in the shores of the Wentviska Sea.

Its area is aprox of 140.000 km² (extended earth and had a population (2044 Aelian timeline estimate) of 37.200.000 inhabitants.




the Administration Of Adladia is a Parliment with a First minister elected By the Adladian people the Adladian Parliment has one house.the First minister runs the Adladia inderpend from the house of Parilment in Nadensburg.all of Adladia's governemt depatments are based in New Nadensburg


The Adladian economy is bassed in the agriculture and cattle, but in the coastal areas the fishing industry is very important
029 Barnopea Adladia

Barnopean settlers farm in Adladia

there is a small mining indurstry in the north of the country the city of Tor-Hanna is known for it's small ship yards


027 Barnopea Fuerte Adladia


In prehistoric times, the territory of Adladia was the site of some of the largest of the ancient Nutkian grasslands monumental temples, only second in importance to the findings in Schiavolo of the Technochaotic ruins, dating from the 5th century BC.

Notable archaeological sites have been discovered in Tor-Hanna and the villages of Eythara and Zweinkau near Neu Nadensburg. The first Aldadian Nutk presence in the territory of today's Adladia is thought to be in the first century BC. Parts of Adladia were possibly under the control of Nutk King Tommans Anuch during the beginning of the christian era, to the 4th century. By that period, several tribes known as the Adladians emerged from the Southern grasslands, from which the subsequent state(s) draw their name.

Adladian tribesEdit

The first medieval Kingdom of Adladia was a late Early Middle Ages, which emerged about AD 700, and grew to cover the greater part of North-eastern Nutkia Grasslands. It covered the area of the modern Nutk states of Adanea, Greenplains, Sigalle, and Taya.

The Adladian convertion to christianity slowly begun in the XI century, with some Ravinian priests, despite the fierce resistance by the Adladian chieftains -and a reason why where needed about five centuries to convert most of them to the christianity-.

While the Adladians were facing pressure from Caliphate of Al-Aelandus, Bazik Islamic world, they were also facing a westward push by the Nutks of the Wentviska.

The territory of Adladia was briefly occupied by Wentviska Delanen Nutks before being reconquered by the Grasslands Adladian Nutks.

Kingdom of AdladiaEdit


As colony of BarnopeaEdit


Steps to autonomyEdit



The Adladian culture is a mix of the traditional Adladian Nutk culture and the Barnopean Wentvlish culture.


Most of the Adladians are christians, principally from the Anglican faith: however, in the south, near Adanea there is important Catholic congregations, and to the north-west, near Greenplains, there still remaign some pagan cults


In Adladia, the official language is the english, in the Barnopean diatopical variant of the language, but are as well speaked by most of the population Adladian Nutk dialects, german, spanish, and in the south, ravinian.





Adladia is one of the nukt Grassland nations it is currently a Barnopean crown dependancy it is on it's way to full inderpendance from Barnopea

Adladia up to the 1600's was an inderpendt nation in 1575 the king of Adladia Died he did not leave a male hair there were two claiments to the throne one was supported by the Kingdom of Barnopea the other by member of the noble classes the barnopean clament won out and took the throne when he died in 1674 he gave the throne to the King oF Barnopea King James III

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