United Baltic Duchy
Ühendatud Balti Hertsogiriik/Apvienotā Baltijas Lielhercogisti
Timeline: 1879: Agreement

OTL equivalent: Estonia and Latvia
Baltic German Baltic coat of arms
Flag Coat of Arms
Baltic staat karte
Map of the United Baltic Duchy (in German)
Capital Valmiera
Largest city Riga
Other cities Tallinn, Jelgava, Tartu, Daugavpils
Latvian, Estonian
  others German
Religion Protestantism
Demonym Livonian
Government Constitutional monarchy
Duke Henry I
  Royal house: Reuss of Köstritz
Prime-Minister Toomas Hendrik Ilves
Area 109,817 km²
Population 2,500,000 
Established 1916
Independence from Russia
  declared 1916
Currency Livonian Mark
The United Baltic Duchy (Latvian: Apvienotā Baltijas Lielhercogisti, Estonian: Ühendatud Balti Hertsogiriik), commonly known as Livonia (Estonian: Liivimaa, Latvian: Livonia), is a state in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by the Gulf of Finland, to the west by the Baltic Sea, to the south by Lithuania, and to the east by Russia. Across the Baltic Sea lies Sweden in the west and Finland in the north. The territory of Livonia covers 109,817 km2 and is influenced by a temperate seasonal climate.

Livonia is a democratic constitutional monarchy and is divided into 7 counties. The capital is Valmiera, and the largest city is Riga. Livonia is listed as a High-Income Economy by the World Bank and a High-Income OECD member. The United Nations lists Livonia as a developed country with a Human Development Index of "Very High". The country is also ranked highly for press freedom, economic freedom, democracy, and political freedom and education.

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