|The Federation of Cairdeas
|Government||Federal Union of States|
|-||Chief Representative||Aleksanteri Lascair|
|Legislature||Council of Governors|
|Does not observe DST|
|Drives on the||right|
Cairdeas, officially the Federation of Caideas, is a six state federation in Orda with an estimated population of seventy million. Each state is subsequently divided into geographically based regions. While no official national capital exists, Sráidbhaile Cnoc, home of the Hall of Governors, is often seen as the cultural and economic hub of Cairdeas as well as the de facto national capital. Cairdeas is boardered to the South by Valourium and Almerreich, and to the East by Vytachia
Throughout their history, the people of Cairdeas made use of the natural resources surrounding them. Industrialization brought use of the land to a new level. Despite the destructive nature of industrial equipment, sustainment of the land has been a key belief in the cultures of Cairdeas since ancient times and is still emphasized today. A mixed economy of industrial agriculture, natural resource collection, and manufacturing provide the means for cairdeas to maintain growth through positive trade.
The early 400s saw an explosion of growth in several areas of society in Cairdeas including the spread of uniformed religious teachings as well as the beginnings of large scale civic organization and recorded history. large amounts of written works began Stone tablets of this era have been discovered in a variety of sizes and in varying conditions. Small stone runes engraved with incantations are commonly found in temples from this time. The transition from glyph based writing to an alphabet format seems to have taken place in the early half of the century around 410 or 420. Most settlements constructed in the early to mid century were structured around a large temple, Some rivaling the large isolated monasteries that were constructed near the end of the century; this practice would continue through the late 18th century.
Construction of monasteries can be traced as far back as the late 400's but wide construction was not common until the early 500s. These monasteries would be bastions of thought that would contribute to the growth of philosophical thinking later in the century. The monasteries preserved the culture and naturalist values through the beginnings of catholic conversion in the early 600s.
The government of Cairdeas is composed of a legislative a judicial branch. Many would generally consider some powers held by the legislature as executive power.
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