Lubilia

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Lubilia
Ĺubiĺšča  (Lubilian)
Flag Coat of arms
Flag Coat of arms
Anthem: "Our language"
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Location of Lubilia in Europe
Capital
and largest city
Kroŭna
Official languages Lubilian
Recognised national languages Sietskian, Ukrainian
Demonym Lubilian
Government Unitary semi-presidential one-party republic
 -  President Ŭladzislaŭ Chruščoŭ
 -  Prime Minister Aĺaksandr Mikalajevič
Legislature Politburo
Population
 -  1982 estimate 13,120,450
GDP (PPP) 1980 estimate
 -  Total $412.332 billion
 -  Per capita $21,565
GDP (nominal) 1983 estimate
 -  Total $157.686 billion
 -  Per capita $8,247
Gini (1979)Steady 37.2
medium
HDI (1982)Increase 0.790
high
Currency Klin (LKL)
Date format dd.mm.yyyy
Drives on the right

Lubilia (Lubilian: Ĺubiĺšča [lu'bilʂtʂa]) is a sovereign state in Eastern Europe, bordered to the west by Gaialynd, to the east by Sietsk and to the south by Zaporizhie. Lubilia is a unitary semi-presidential one-party republic, and is divided into 20 administrative subdivisions (raions). Lubilia has a population of roughly 13.1 million people.

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In terms of physical geography, Lubilia is located in Eastern Europe. It is encompassed by the East European Plain. The geological base of Lubilia is the crystalline East European Craton, overlayed by a number of sediments, up to 6 kilometres thick. In the southern part of the country there is a tectonic ditch formed in the Devonian - the Pripiać aulakogen, now filled with settlements and occupied by the Pripiać valley.

The system of the main physical geographic regions of Lubilia is streaked. In the north lies the Lubilian Lake District. To the south of the Lake District, Lubilia is crossed by a series of moraine hills undercut by extensive river valleys. To the south of the hills lies a strip of plains called Priedpaĺessie: the Prybužskaja Plain, the Central Biarezina Plain and the Orša-Mahiĺoŭ Plain. The southern part of the country is occupied by the Paĺessie lowland, connecting in the east with the Prydniaproŭskaja Lowland.

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