|Tsardom of Alaska|
Съ нами Богъ! (Russian)
S' nami Bog'!
"God with us!"
God Save the Tsar!
Location of Alaska within North America
|Languages||Russian, Native Alaskan|
|Government||Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy|
|-||Prime Minister||Mikhail Danilov|
|-||President of the State Duma||Boris Yezhov|
|-||President of the State Council||Ekaterina Giessel|
|-||Chief Justice||Josif Bulgakov|
|Legislature||Parliament of Alaska|
|-||Upper house||State Council|
|-||Lower house||State Duma|
|-||Russian America||1784, 1796|
|-||Independence||2 October 1918|
|Currency||Alaskan Ruble (₽) (
|Time zone||West American Standard Time (WAST) (UTC-9)|
|Drives on the||Right|
Alaska (Russian: Аляска, tr. Aljaska), also officially known as the Tsardom of Alaska (Russian: Аляское Царство, tr. Alyaskoye Tsarstvo) is a country in North America. It covers much of the northwestern parts of the continent, and is the least densely populated country in North America, having a population of around only 22.1 million as of the end of March 2016. Major urban centres in Alaska include Ankerovka and New Yekaterinburg. Alaska is bordered to the east by Louisiana and to the south by California. To the west, over the Bering Strait, lies Russia.