Republic of Tatarstan
Tatarıstan Dumcratıyetı
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OTL equivalent: South Russia
Flag Coat of Arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Location of Tatarstan
Location of Tatarstan
(and largest city)
  others Chechen, Avar, Ossetian, Circassian, Nogay, Kalmyk
  others Buddhism
Demonym Tatar
Government Single-party presidential republic
President Dokka Umarov
Independence from Lithuania
  declared 1921
  recognized 1922

The Republic of Tatarstan (Tatar: Ταταρεσταν Δυμκρατευετη/Tatarıstan Dumcratıyetı) is a sovereign state in eastern Europe, bordering the Crimea and the Euxine Sea to the west, Russland to the north, Altai and the Hyrcanian Sea to the east, and Caucasia and Azerbaijan to the south. Lying on the steppes on the border between Europe and Asia, it has been the heart of many powerful nomadic empires throughout its long history, including the Sarmatians, Khazars, Pechenegs, Cumans and the Golden Horde. Much of the region came under the rule of the Lithuanian-Polish-Russian Commonwealth during the 16th century, and became independent in 1922 as the commonwealth was dissolved.

Tatarstan today is a regional power under a single-party presidential regime.

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