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This article is a Gallery Page. It shows major aspects of the geography, demographics, culture, and history of the Republic of Upper Viet through images and captions. For a more detailed, text-based article, please see the Republic of Upper Viet article.
Republic of Upper Viet

Øvjet Æštra (Viet)
Dæsf Dðoriaughr (Old Tongue)
Flag of Upper Viet
Motto: "Kųt Gøtta Hvakjaaš Ðæn" (Viet)
"There are no Gods for our enemies"
"Gøttai, Vilja Øvjet!"
Bless Upper Assai, Oh Gods!
Location of Upper Viet within Western Assai.
Capital Mikkel-Vietek
Largest city Ælšta
Official languages Viet
Old Tongue (not official but recognised in some communities)
Ethnic groups
Demonym(s) Upper Viet
Government Republic
• Rematai
Brentasf Jokkam
Aješar Møngærd
Legislature Gutta
• Total
2,272.52 km2 (877.42 sq mi)
• July 5995 Ʋ estimate
GDP (PPP) 5992 Ʋ estimate
• Total
$372.638 billion
• Per capita
GDP (nominal) 5992 Ʋ estimate
• Total
$326.311 billion
• Per capita
HDI (5994 Ʋ) Increase 0.871
very high
Currency Menyar Kartan (MKA)
Driving side left
Calling code +815
Internet TLD .ov

The Republic of Upper Viet (Viet: Øvjet Æštra, Old Tongue: Dæsf Dðoriaughr) is a sovereign state in southern Western Assai, bordered by the Republic of Krai to the west, the Republic of Viet to the north, the Republic of South Metsia to the north-east, and Dinadinshounay in Eastern Assai to the south and east. As a land-locked country, Upper Viet has a long and relatively constant history of isolation from much of the rest of southern Assai. Its mountainous landscape, dense woodlands, and particularly secretive culture have ensured that Upper Viet has remained largely unchanged throughout history, and it boasts a uniquely ancient and pagan culture to the modern day.

Geography[edit | edit source]

Korati Mountains[edit | edit source]

Main Article: Korati Mountains.

The Wold[edit | edit source]

Main Article: The Wold.

The Wold is a large deciduous forest that spans much of south-east Western Assai, beginning in central South Metsia and stretching as far west and south as the coasts of Gdzinya in Krai. Almost 80% of Upper Viet is covered by the Wold, and it has an important cultural and historic role for the Upper Viet people. The Wold is filled with spiritual sites important to both Ainism and Assai Paganism, where it still flourishes to the present day.

Mikkel-Vietek[edit | edit source]

Main Article: Mikkel-Vietek.

Mikkel-Vietek is the capital and oldest continually-inhabited settlement in Upper Viet. Perched high in the foothills of the Korati Mountains, the town was built on the shores of an ancient mountain lake called The Sfej and is also the highest altitude capital city in the world.

Hvorastag[edit | edit source]

Main Article: Hvorastag.

Hvorastag is a general term for the lowlands that make up much of north-western and north-central Upper Viet. As the only real flat part of the country, the vast majority of settlements and agriculture is focused in the Hvorastag region, with Upper Viet's main economic and industrial centre, the city of Ælšta, being located near its centre. Hvorastag is also the location of some thousand inland bodies of water, all sourced from underground tributaries and rivers flowing from the Korati Mountains. For this reason, Hvorastag is also sometimes referred to as the Lake District of Upper Viet.

Demographics[edit | edit source]

Viet People[edit | edit source]

Main Article: Viet People. See Also: Asahric People.

Culture[edit | edit source]

Viet Festivals[edit | edit source]

Viet Paganism[edit | edit source]

Viet Art[edit | edit source]

Viet Media and Cinema[edit | edit source]

Viet Cuisine[edit | edit source]

Viet Sports[edit | edit source]

A Day in the Life[edit | edit source]

Inja Anbær[edit | edit source]

See Also[edit | edit source]