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Anthem: United Provinces National Anthem
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|Government||Federal presidential constitutional republic|
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|Independence from Portugal, Britian and Spain|
• Establishment of the Colony of Cisplatina
|June 11, 1500|
• Establishment of the La Plata Protectorate
|September 8, 1516|
• Confederation of La Plata and Cisplatina
|August 9, 1689|
• Declaration of Independence
|May 28, 1763|
• Ratification of the Constitution
|December 3, 1764|
• 2021 estimate
• 2020 census
|56.33/km2 (145.9/sq mi)|
|$25.7 trillion (1st)|
• Per capita
Cisplatina officially the United Provinces of Cisplatina is the second largest country in South America and Latin America and is located almost entirely within the Southern Cone. At 6.8 million square kilometers (2.6 million square miles) and with over 384 million people, Cisplatina is the seventh-largest country by area and the is the world's most populous nation. Its capital is Cristolanina and its most populous city is São Paulo. Cisplatina is a federated union of 21 provinces, one federal district and three territories. It is the largest country to have English, French, Spanish and Portugese as its offical languages. It is one of the most multicultural and ethnically diverse nations in part due to several centuries of mass immmigration. It is the most populous Christian-majority country.
Its stretches the length of the South American continent where it is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean on the east and the Pacific Ocean on the west. It borders Brazil and Peru to the north and covers 44.1% of the continent's land area. It is home to the continent's largest desert, the Atacama Desert, the only instance of a Mediterranean and temperate climate. It is home to a diverse set of ecological systems, wildlife and habitats and is one of the planet's 14 megadiverse countries.
Cisplatina was inhabited by several indigenous tribes prior to the landing of Pedro Álvares Cabral in 1500 and Juan Díaz de Solís in 1516, both of whom claimed regions of the country for the Spanish and the Portuguese Empires. In the 1600s the British and French Empires laid claim to several regions and became the destined home of the English Catholics and the French Huguenots. Cisplatina, influenced by the Age of Enlightenment, achieved independence in 1763. Initially a confederation of five semi-autonomous states the ratification of the constituion in 1764 established the modern federal presidential consitutional republic. It remained neutral during World War I, World War II and was one of the surviving nations of World War III. Since the destruction of the Northern Hemisphere, Cisplatina has become the center of global economics and politics and is a unipolar power.
Cisplatina is classified as a highly developed country, one of four in the world. It has the largest share of global wealth in the world, with nearly 84% of all capital in the world residing within its financial system. It is has the largest economy in the world and is the worlds only remaining major breakbasket. Cisplatina is the largest manufacturer, producing the worlds majority of steel, machinery, airplanes, ships, airplanes and electrical appliances; it is the largest importing and exporting nation. It is the only superpower and is involved in global affairs across the world, engaged in political affairs on every continent. Cisplatina is a founding member of the United Nations, International Monetary Fund, World Bank G4, South Pacific Treaty Orgnization (SPATO), Organization of American States (OAS), Organization of Ibero-American States and the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie.
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