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Republic of Tyrburg
Republik Te̋irburg (ty)
République de Tyrbourg (el)
Flag of Republic of Tyrburg
Coat of arms of Republic of Tyrburg
Flag Coat of arms
Motto: Nos non dedere
"We shall not surrender"
Tyrburg (red) within the European Union (green)
Tyrburg (red) within the European Union (green)
and largest city
Official languages Tyrburgian, Helvoran
Ethnic groups (2016) Tyrburgian 75%
Helvoran 17%
German 5%
Other 3%
Religion Christian Soliterism
Demonym Tyrburgian
Government Parliamentary Presidential Republic
Mate̋asc Karhenzcfiers
• Vice President
Lizca Zcémone̋etsce̋a
• Lord Protector
Nikolas Rěme̋itcse
Legislature Parliament
412 CE
1008 CE
• Part of the Kingdom of Helvore
September 19, 1207
October 7, 1901
August 14, 1931
March 7, 1992
• Total
53,422 km2 (20,626 sq mi)
• 2016 census
• Density
301.77/km2 (781.6/sq mi)
GDP (nominal) estimate
• Total
$317.764 billion USD
• Per capita
$38,702.28 USD
HDI (2016) 0.901
very high
Currency Euro (€) ([[ISO 4217|(EUR)]])
Time zone WET (UTC-0)
Date format dd/mm/yy
Drives on the left
Calling code +422
Patron saint St. Attis of Meste
Internet TLD .ty

The Republic of Tyrburg (Tyrburgian: Republik Te̋irburg, Helvoran: République de Tyrbourg, IPA: /Rɛpəblɪk tjɪrburg/), also sometimes referred to as the Second Tyrburgian Republic, is a sovereign nation in Western Europe bordered by the Kingdom of Helvore to the east and the Atlantic Ocean to the north, west and south. Having a land mass of only 53,422 kilometres squared, Tyrburg is the 27th largest nation in Europe and 125th largest in the world, being larger than Bosnia and Herzegovina but smaller than Croatia. Tyrburg's population as of 2016 was 16,121,287, giving it the 12th largest population in Europe (ahead of Belgium but behind the Netherlands). As a parliamentary presidential republic, Tyrburg is headed by a president who serves a 5 year term and is democratically elected by the Tyrburgian population. Similarly, the government is also run by an elected bicameral legislature, who govern the country from the country's capital and economic centre, Mitte (Tyrburgian: Me̋'ite, IPA: /mjɪtɛ/; Helovran: Mitte̋, IPA: /mɪtɛ/).

Modern archaeology suggests that modern Humans first settled in what is now Tyrburg during the mid-late Iron age. Documentation from the Roman Empire in the late 2nd century BCE suggests that a single major ethno-linguistic group (the Bykalai) inhabited the region.

Due to Tyrburg's geographical isolation from the rest of the Helvoran peninsula (a result of the Western Dividing Range), Tyrburg was not occupied by the Roman Empire during the early first millennia. As a result, the Bykalai continued to flourish as an independent Celtic people well into the 11th century, developing their own unique culture, tools, and traditions which continue to underpin Tyrburgian culture to this day.

By 412 CE, the Bykalai people had conglomerated into two unified states - the Kingdom of the Bykalai which occupied most of the western coastal region of modern-day Tyrburg, and the Kingdom of Tyrburg, which occupied the mountainous regions of western Tyrburg. Throughout the remainder of the early Middle Ages, various other Tyrburgian kingdom-states formed during a fluid period of political dominance and almost constant petty warfare.

By the early 11th century, the expansion of the early Kingdom of Helvore had reached the Bykalic and Tyrburgish kingdoms. Under the Agreement of the Valley, Helvore signed a treaty with the two Tyrburgian states under the condition of their amalgamation into the client state Principality of Mastienne. By 1207, however, Mastienne was fully absorbed into the Kingdom of Helvore and became one of its 24 states.

Shortly after the collapse of the Franco-Helvoran Empire, various radical political and nationalist philosophies emerged within the intellectual spheres of Tyrburg (then called Mastienne). Nationalist movements, particularly those of the NTP (Nět'e̋'irburgpartá, or New Tyrburg Party), steadily gained public support throughout the late 19th century, eventuating in the Tyrburgian Revolution of 1901, in which Tyrburgian political insurgents revolted against the Helvoran crown. Following several months of fighting, the Kingdom of Helvore signed the Treaty of Mitte with the newly formed First Tyrburgian Republic, acknowledging their sovereignty as an independent nation.

Tyrburgian social reform began shortly after their declaration of sovereignty, with a revival in traditional Tyrburgian customs and the Tyrburgian Language. Shortly after the First World War, political tensions which had began within Tyrburg during the Revolution once again resurfaced, with the communist Red Party, led by the later infamous Nikolai Retka, taking power and forming the People's Socialist Republic of Tyrburg.

As a Nazi sympathiser, Retka secretly supported the genocide of hundreds of thousands of non-ethnically Tyrburgians during the Second World War. Following Hitler's defeat in 1945, Retka began a series of clandestine political and social reforms which involved the incarceration and torture of thousands of Tyrburgian citizens, closure of all international borders, and instigation of numerous human rights abuses. During the 1980s, several international bodies (including the UK, US, and Helvore) launched a demilitarisation of Tyrburg, eventually ending the Retka Dictatorship and the Ross-Tyrbourg Conflicts.

Since then, Tyrburg has seen exponential economic growth and improvement to standard of living, and has readily improved their international relations. Demographically, Tyrburg now enjoys one of the highest standards of living in the world, and has the most rapidly growing economy in Europe, and is now an active member of the European Union, World Trade Organisation, and the United Nations.


Main Article: Etymology of Tyrburg




Dark Ages

As Part of the Kingdom of Helvore

Early 20th Century

Retka Dictatorship

Contemporary Tyrburg




Political and Administrative Divisions

Region Name (English) Native Name Capital Internal Regions Population Map
Upper Tyrburg Kierenburg Ke̋ierenburg Assau Kierenburg, North Rhenland 1,706,449 Kierenburg.svg
Tyrburg-Rhenland Te̋irburg-Rhenland Rhenburg Greater Tyrburg, Rhenland 2,743,912 Tyrburg-Rhenland.svg
Tyrburg-Rossia Te̋irburg-Rusc Russ South Tyrburg, Rossia 2,000,017 Tyrburg-Rossia.svg
Lower Tyrburg Sauburg-South Tyr Scǎburg-Zcudte̋ir Karhenburg Sauburg, Tyrhenia 1,512,389 Sauburg-South Tyr.svg
Esau Escǎ Meste Esau, West Rossia 1,807,403 Esau.svg
Vestland Vestburg Vesburg Bresnau Vestburg, West Rhenland,


2,561,903 Vestburg.svg
Mitte Me̋ite Mitte Mitte 1,804,602 Mitte.svg
Auburg-Westland Ǎdrac-Vescland Alten Upper Auburg, Lower Auburg, Westland. 1,984,612 Auburg-Westland.svg





Foreign Relations









Major Cities

Main Article: List of Tyrburgian Settlements

The Republic of Tyrburg consists of highly urbanised areas interspersed between areas of largely undeveloped natural reserves, farmland, or mountains. Specifically, the largest conurbation within Tyrburg is that of the Rhen River in the country's east. As of the 2016 census, the largest cities in Tyrburg in terms of metropolitan population are Mitte (1,804,602, including the population of Mittehaven), Rhenburg (1,001,314), Russ (989,406), Karhenburg (873,406), and Breslau (872,409).

Largest cities or towns in Tyrburg
December 2016 Census
Rank Name State Pop.
1 Mitte Mitte 1,804,602 (inc. Mittehaven) Russ
2 Rhenburg Tyrburg-Rhenland 1,001,314
3 Russ Tyrburg-Rossia 989,406
4 Karhenburg Sauburg-South Tyr 873,406
5 Bresnau Vestburg 872,409
6 Assau Kierenburg 854,907
7 Meste Esau 812,531
8 Alten Auburg-Westland 795,416
9 Retkire Vestburg 714,306
10 Kenruhr Tyrburg-Rhenland 692,418











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Traditions and Festivals


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