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Federación Granadina
Timeline: British Louisiana
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Capital
(and largest city)
Santa Fe
Language Spanish
Monarch Carlos II
Executive President
Independence from Spain
  declared 1853
  recognized 1883
Currency Granadine Peso

The Granadine Federation includes, more or less, OTL Panama, Colombia and Ecuador.

History

Highly influenced by the British, the Granadine Federation declared her independence in 1853. The independence war was quick and almost bloodless, but Spain did not recognized the independence for almost 30 years.

Geography

The Granadine Federation lies in northwestern South America, plus a deal of the Central American Isthmus.

The Granadine Federation is traditionally divided in six natural regions: The Andes, the Pacific Plains, the Caribbean Plains, the Isthmus, the Llanos, and the Selva.

Limits

North: The Caribbean Sea. West: Guatemala and the Pacific Ocean. South: Peru . East: Brazil and Venezuela.

Political Divisions

The Granadine Federation is divided in ten Estados (States, sing. estado) and two federal territories. The States are divided in provincias (provinces) and the provinces in municipios (municipalities).


States, territories and provinces of the Granadine Federation
State Capital Province Capital
Antioquia Santa Fe de Antioquia Antioquia Santa Fe de Antioquia
Valle de Aburrá Medellín
Boyacá Tunja Pamplona Cúcuta
Socorro Socorro
Cartagena Cartagena Cartagena Cartagena
Sinú Montería
Cauca Popayán Popayán Popayán
Valle del Cauca Santiago de Cali
Guayaquil Guayaquil Cuenca Cuenca
Guayas Guayaquil
Magdalena Santa Marta Cesar Valledupar
Santa Marta Santa Marta
Panamá Panamá Azuero Azuero
Panamá Panamá
Quito Quito Carchi Tulcán
Pichincha Quito
Santa Fe Santa Fe de Bogotá Bogotá Santa Fe de Bogotá
Meta Villavicencio
Tolima Mariquita Huila Neiva
Mariquita Mariquita
Territory Capital
Caguán Florencia
Amazonas Leticia
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