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Histroy of Laromia- Part 1

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A long time ago in the year 1650, a group of immigrants from the country of Tantona were on a ship fleeing from the country's dictatorship. They were wanting to see freedom. They traveled west on the East Ocean, which no one has travled west before.

After 3 months of traveling of sailing across the East Ocean, they saw in the distance a small island. They have found land!! They stopped on this small island for the night and named it, " Laromia Gate " for which they named after their capitan and leader of the group.

The next day, they got back on the boat and they came upon a mountain range in the distance. This would be their future home, Laromia! They made their first settlement, "Pinskie". Which still stands today.

Today Laromia is a growing nation, powerful and wealthy. Our motto, "For the people, for the future" will always stand forever. A peaceful nation, sitting pretty on oil exports makes Laromia very, very wealthy

-This was a brief introduction to how Laromia came to be.

Laromia became a independent nation on August 5th, 1712. This year, Laromia will be 300!!!!

--Quick Facts---

United Laromian Emirates-(Laromia)

Date of birth- August 5th, 1712

Capital- Aljara

Government- Constitutional Monarchy

Ruler- Crowned Ruler Josiah Wilcox I

Number of Emirates ( states/provinces )- 7, Ponica, Alrada, Pawanahanii, Shamen, Zeud, Tajem, N. Tajem.

Offical Language- English, others- Arabic

Population- 400 million (2010)

Largest City- Tronto, 6 million

Longest River- Lartica River

Largest Emirate- North Tajem

Tallest Mountain- Mt. Taj, 25,655ft

Tallest Building- Burj Daki, 3,130ft

Coming soon! History of Laromia- Part 2!!

Will have the continuing story..

Hope you enjoyed this! Rate & Comment please!!!

-dubaidude303

Go Laromia!!

-Laromia Gate Emirate Park (below)

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Cool history dude. You might want to revise it a bit, the writing could be better in some places (read it out loud to yourself and you'll know where). I like your logo, what is is? To me it looks like a goldfish. Any significance in the name Laromia?

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[quote name='MilitantRadical' timestamp='1339084789']
Cool history dude. You might want to revise it a bit, the writing could be better in some places (read it out loud to yourself and you'll know where). I like your logo, what is is? To me it looks like a goldfish. Any significance in the name Laromia?
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Thank you! Yeah it's named after the captin haha, but thanks for pointing that out anyways. And yes the logo is shaped like a fish, it's like the country's symbol. That will be coming up in part 3. Thanks guys!

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