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(a modern asian nation)


Above: Seto in the lower right corner.

[ Click here to visit Seto's wiki article ]

Seto is located several miles south off the coast of Japan in the Pacific Ocean.

The country has a numerous mountains, including several active volcanoes as the Ring of Fire runs through the country's northern coast. The mountains in the eastern side of the Seto allow for the citizens to enjoy a mild climate throughout the year.

The capital city of the country, Hinawa, is the Seto's largest city and its financial epicenter. The metropolitan area is composed of 8.5 million, making it an incredibly dense city. Space in the city can skyrocket to almost 800$ (about 1,600 ujen - the country's currency) per square feet. Seto is known for its vast amounts of natural resources, its excellent transportation system composed of buses, high-speed rail/elevated rail, subways, and bullet trains (or shinjaken). Seto has left-hand traffic, similar to countries like Australia and Britain.

Here's a mosaic that showcases many of the country's characteristics:



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