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|North Kwontyani Province|
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35,604 sq mi
|• Governor||Dam Jae-hong|
|Population (2015 estimate)|
|• Density||162.9/km2 (422/sq mi)|
North Kwontyani was traditionally played one of major part in dynastic period. It was one of the areas that suffered greatly under the colonial period.
North Kwontyani is situated on the north-eastern islands off the mainland of Anikatia.
The area of North Kwontyani contains a large portion of the Anikatian tropical rainforests and woodland areas. The province is renowned for its fish and seafood.
Cities and parks
The climate is tropical with and extremely hot monsoonal climate with average annual rainfall ranging from 500 to 1,500 millimetres (20–60 in). In summer along with the higher temperature and there is high humidity, but in winter the weather can be rather mild.