Guyana (Terra Fidelis)

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Guyana is a representative democracy on the north coast of South America, at the very south of the North Atlantic Its border begins at the sixtieth meridian west then follows a diagonal to the confluence of the Santa Maria and Amacuro rivers. It follows the Santa Maria to its westernmost bend and then follows a line to the headwaters of the Botamano, which it follows to its mouth. It then follows the Carumo upstream to the Wenamu, following it upstream to a bend in the river at six degrees ten minutes forty-eight seconds north, sixty-one degrees ten minutes twenty seconds west. It then follows a diagonal to the Kapong border town of Kamarang (population 11,891) It then follows the line of sixty degrees thirty-seven and a half minutes west south to the Cotingo river. Capital: Paramaribo