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Welcome to Triantia




Thank you! Hope you like this one and the others that are to come!

I wanted to create a bit of hype.

We start our travels around SimLand with a beautiful country, which is based on the Latin American countries. I welcome you to Triantia.

This country is located in the Equator region of SimLand, in the continent of Simmerica. (Sorry no world map by now)

More basic information that you, the visitors should know before our ferry crosses the Triantian Water Border:

Federal Republic of Triantia

48,600,427 inhabitants

987,031 square kilometers

Pop. Density:
49.24 inhabitant / square km

Capital City:

486695 million $

Income per capita:
10024$ / inhabitant

The last data means, that compared to the IMF nominal list of income per capita for the countries of the world, Triantia seats between Seychelles and Costa Rica, in the 67th position, while it's GDP would place it between Iran and Taiwan on the 26th position.

But let's stop talking of data, because there are a lot more of things to find out in for this country other than the above.

You can see it's flag on the link below.


It has three colors, red, yellow and white. Red represents the work and effort of their people, while yellow represents prosperity and white represents peace. On the top left corner you can see the coat of arms of the nation, which also was a symbol of the monarchy that reigned on the country for centuries, until it's last king finally gave way for the democratic reforms on the political system. Still, the royal family was loved by it's people, and so the coat of arms remained in the flag.

We are now near our first stop, but first, you should take a look at the beautiful Gemina Islands. They were named like that because they are two islands, close together.


This is the smaller of the two islands.



Two close-ups of the beach in the bigger island.


Finally, an overview of the two.

We depart from the islands as the afternoon turns into evening. An hour later we arrive to the ferry terminal.


It's too late to show you our first stop in the tour, and you are probably tired, so we will go a hotel and tomorrow we will visit our first location in the schedule, the city of Catalia.

Until next time!


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Looks like a beautiful tropical country. I love the last pic at sunset, as well as the flag.

I can't wait to see Catalia; this CJ looks very promising. :)

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