State of Florscendia
Commonwealth of Florescendia
Portuguese: Comunidade de Florescendia
Spanish: Mancomunidad de Florescendia
Flag of Florescendia CoA of Florescendia
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Nickname(s): Terra do sol e amor
State/territorial song(s): Hino à Bandeira do Florescendia
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Spoken languages Portuguese
Capital Sao Agostinho
Largest city Floração
Largest metro Floração-Álvares metropolitan area
Area Ranked 1st
 • Total  sq mi
(125,180 km2)
Population Ranked 1st
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The Commonwealth of Florescendia  (Portuguese: Comunidade de Florescendia) is the southernmost state of the contiguous United Commonwealth. It borders the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Gulf of Mexico to the west, the continentalist states of Magnolia and Carolina to the north. It is the largest state with a population of 45 million and with 125,180 square miles, ranks the largest by total area. Floração-Álvares metropolitan area accounts for nearly a quarter of the entire commonwealth's population, with 8,483,928 inhabitants. Its state nickname is "The Land of Sun and Love" in Portuguese "Terra do sol e amor"; it is known for its oranges, its advancements in space exploration, aerodynamics and the large tourist and entertainment industry. that dominates it economy today The Portuguese language is the most widely spoken language acting as the de facto regional language, with Spanish and English maintaining an coequal presence behind Portuguese. It ranks 7th in admission status to the United Commonwealth, joining on May 1st, 1866.

Sao Agostinho is the site of the first European settlement on the continental Americas. João Álvares Fagundes and João Fernandes Lavrador in 1521–22 under a charter provided by Manuel I of Portugal. Established as Florescendia in 1534 with the incorporation of the entire peninsula developed separately from the United States, as a subject of the Kingdom of Portugal, belonging to the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil, Florescendia and the Algarves as the Kingdom of Florescendia. Internal immigration within the Portuguese Empire promoted Florescendia's growth, with a surge in Portuguese settlement during the 1600's and the 1700's. The Atlantic slave trade and the attempts at integration of the Seminole populace allowed for the demographics to always remained mixed. With the signing of the Treaty of Rio de Janeiro, Florescendia's slaves revolted leading to the Florescendian Civil War, causing the United States to intervene, leading to annexation in 1826. Remaining a territory until 1839, Florescendia was admitted to the Union as a slave state; propelling the deadly guerrilla fighting of Bleeding Kansas and increasing tensions between the South and the North and ultimately leading to the American Civil War. It seceded from the Union in 1841, joining the Confederate States of America, although because of its position as an overwhelmingly Roman Catholic state lead to its exclusion in many of the Confederacy's leadership decision making. In 1864, it rejoined the Union, abolishing slavery on its own accord. Its participation in the war contributed to major blows to the Confederacy, leading to the conclusion of the war. Because of Florescendia's premature readmission, it was in favor of joining Warren in his efforts in preserving the Union in the War of Contingency, fighting against the southern states again. Avoiding Reconstruction and political supremacy of the Federalist Party, the Liberal Conservative Party maintained a majority until 1945. After World War II, it became the benefactor for the United Commonwealth Aeronautical Agency, and a majority of its production, with a explosion in the tourism and entertainment.

In 1946 the Christian Democrats (Democratas Cristãos) assumed control of the Commonwealth's legislature and executive branches, and has dominated the commonwealth with only minor interruption in power during the late 80's and early 90's. The current Secretariat of Florescendia is António Batista, a Christian Democrat. Although on the federal level, the Christian Democrats have participated as Federalists and Independents in the National Assembly. Along with the rise of the Christian Democrats, the support for monarchism, secession, interest in Portuguese culture and intervention in Angola and Mozambique has risen significantly.








Portuguese settlement

Kingdom of Florescendia

Dissolve of the Portuguese Empire

Admission to the United States

Civil War

Admission to the United Commonwealth



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