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Division of Valruzia into Voivodeships and Counties

Republic of Valruzia (val.: Rzeczypospolita Walruzyjska) is a unitary, parliamentary republic with a central government based in the country's capital city - Nowogard. Administrative division of Valruzia since October 4244 and adaptation of new Constitution, Administrative Reform, and Teritorial Self-governance Act has been based on three basic levels of subdivision and one auxiliary level which may be applied by the Voivodeship's authorities. The territory of Valruzia is divided into five voivodeships
(val.: Województwa) which are divided into counties (val.: Powiaty) and municipalities (val.: Gminy). Major cities in Valruzia have the status of both county and municipality serving as an entity independent from the county surrounding it. Valruzia currently has 5 voivodeships, 73 counties, and 4,789 municipalities.


Valruzia is currently divided into 5 voivodeships. Administrative authority at voivodeship level is shared between a central government-appointed governor known as the voivode (val.: Wojewoda) who serves as the official representative of the Council of Ministers, an elected assembly called the Sejmik, and an executive chosen by the assembly, known as marshal of the voivodeship (val.: Marszałek Województwa).

Official Name Flag CoA Area Population Counties Capital City (Cities)
Ruzian Voivodeship
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473,400 km²
10 784 522
Valusian Voivodeship
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357,600 km²
15 230 251
Kampania Voivodeship
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222,900 km²
5 159 568
Szary Kamien
Chynberg Voivodeship
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630,600 km²
3 985 346
Jeziorne Sady / Hel
Gryfit Voivodeship
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246,000 km²
8 320 555

Valusian Voivodeship[]

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Valusian Voivodeship is divided into 15 counties (4 cities with county rights, 11 land counties) and is home to Capital District (Rejencja Stołeczna) and the Capital City of Vlaruzia - Nowogard, which is also the capital city of the Voivodeship. There are 995 municipialities within the voivodeship: 234 urban municipialites, 352 urban-rural municipialities and 408 rural municipialities. The Capital District (Rejencja Stołeczna) which consist of counties surrounding Nowogard and two counties located in Kampania Voivodeship is the financial center of the country. Numerous enterprizes and companies have its headquarters within the district. It is colloquially called banking district as National Bank of Valruzia and the biggest banks in Valruzia (f. eg. BILW Finance, KURTYKA Banking, Valfin Bank, Goldwal Bank) have its headquarters within the district. Other significant district which includes counties from Valusian Voivodeship is Central Valruzia District.

Ruzian Voivodeship[]

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Ruzian Voivodeship is divided into 13 counties (3 cities with county rights, 10 land counties) and has 1102 municipalities: 199 urban municipalities, 394 urban-rural municipalities, 509 rural municipalities. Counties within the voivodeship from three districts: Dabik District (Rejencja Dąbik) in the south, Pastarnia District (Rejencja Pastarnia) in the east, and Central Valruzia District in the north. Brzansk is the important transport hub for the whole country. Numerous companies have either its headquarters or divisions within the voivodeship. The most important are: Walmaglew, LOT Valruzian Airlines, Homeconnect. WKN Volantis is the biggest employer in the Voivodeship and the most important part of the Ruzian economy.

Chynberg Voivodeship[]

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Chynberg Voivodeship is the largest Voivodeship in Valruzia by area. It is divided into 19 counties (3 cities with county rights, 16 land counties) and 1480 municipalities: 278 urban municipalities, 512 urban-rural municipalities, and 690 rural municipalities. Counties in the Chynberg Voivodeship form two districts (rejencja). In the north of Chynberg, counties bordering with Lodamun and Likatonia form North-East District (Rejencja Północno-Wschodnia). The Sejmik of the Voivodeship is planning to establish a new district in the central part of the voivodeship wchich would associate counties and municipalites which have an extensive oil extraction and rafining industry. Chynberg is home to numerous industries and companies. Walatom and Enerwal combined are the biggest employer in the Voivodeship and are followed by WKN Volantis.It is the least populated voivodeship in Valruzia with population density of just 6.3 people per square kilometer.

Gryfit Voivodeship[]

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Gryfit Voivodeship is the smallest Voivodeship in Valruzia by area. It is divided into 11 counties (3 cities with county rights, 8 land counties) and 512 municipalities: 140 urban municipalities, 163 urban-rural municipalities, and 209 rural municipalities. Counties of the Gryfit Voivodeship form two districts: Drawsko-Odoma Disrict (Rejencja Drawsko-Odoma) in the north-western part, and Dabik District (Rejencja Dąbik) in the south-eastern part.

Kampania Voivodeship[]

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Kampania Voivodeship is divided into 15 counties, with 3 cities with county rights and 12 land counties. There are 697 municipalities within the voivodeship: 193 urban counties, 229 urban-rural municipalities and 275 rural municipalities. There are two districts within the voivodeship. Five westernmost counties form the Czechot District (Rejencja Czechocka) named after the Czechot Bay. It is an important association of counties with economies based on shipbuilding. Two southernmost counties are part of Capital District (Rejencja Stołeczna). The Sejmik of the Voivodeship considers issuing a motion to expand North-East District to a easternmost counties of Kampania in order to associate oil producing counties in Kampania with those from Chynberg.


Each voivodeship in Valruzia is divided into counties, known as Powiat. They are significantly smaller than voivodeships. The number of powiats veries in most of the voivodeships from 11 counies in Gryfit Voivodeship to 19 counties in Chynberg Voivodeship. there are two types of counties: proper country or land county, known as powiat ziemski and cities with county status, knownas miasta na prawach powiatu. Land counties are represented by Starostas and cities with county status by Presidents (Valruzian: President) elected every four years in direct elections. Currently 16 cities have counties rights, those are: Nowogard, Pastarnia, Brzansk, Dabik, Bewierzow, Jeziorne Sady, Hel, Gryfitow, Garnacgrad, Szymonice, Trebegowice, Kninsk, Uniatow, Blatunowice, Szary Kamien and Sztolniaty.

List of Counties in Valruzia[]

Valusian Voivodeship Ruzian Voivodeship Chynberg Voivodeship Gryfit Voivodeship Kampania Voivodeship
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A - Nowogard
B - Trebegowice
C - Kninsk
D - Uniatow
A - Brzansk
B - Pastarnia
C - Dabik
A - Jeziorne Sady
B - Bawierzow
C - Hel
A - Gryfitow
B - Garncagra
C - Szymonice
A - Szary Kamien
B - Baltunowice
C - Sztolniaty
1. Trebegowice
2. Bedkowice
3. Aleksandrow
4. Uniescie
5. Slawutycz
6. Adamowka
7. Bierawa
8. Uniatow
9. Dobra
10. Czyzew
11. Kurow
1. Ambrowice
2. Chojniki
3. Hubartow
4. Legiez
5. Lagosz
6. Uterwy
7. Januszowice
8. Kierwatycz
9. Alekseje
10. Homburga
1. Knurow
2. Goszczyszyn
3. Gambrowice
4. Rembartow
5. Wawrzyniec
6. Debica
7. Pilzno
8. Mlawa
9. Turki
10. Barabowice
11. Gnoszczyn
12. Zdrojowice
13. Limbardow
14. Rekowaty
15. Sycow
16. Olezna
1. Mielno
2. Leba
3. Firmantowice
4. Tebartowice
5. Jastarnia
6. Graniczna
7. Grawertow
8. Piotrkow
1. Glucholazy
2. Wschowiczna
3. Ilowa
4. Konskie
5. Mikolajska
6. Parczewo
7. Parysow
8. Istebna
9. Fabianki
10. Elbing
11. Grunkowice
12. Dolice


The third and last basic level of administrative subdivision in Valruzia is the municipiality, known as gmina. Counties are divided into municipialities and the number of municipialities may vary from country to county. In total Valruzia has 4,789 municipialites which are classified differently. Currently there are three types of municipalities: urban municipality (Valruzian: Gmina miejska), urban-rural municipality (Valruzian: Gmina miejsko-wiejska), rural municipality (Valruzian: Gmina wiejska)

Other Units[]


The Sejmik of the Voivodeship may apply an additional, auxiliary subdivision level which is called district (Valruzian: Rejencja). By the decision of Sejmik, a group of counties, municipialities may be asociated into districts. Usually, districts consist of counties and municipialites with a simmilar economic profile and those which are considered to be closely related in both cultural and economic way. The aim of districts is to establish a platform of mutual and sustainable growth for every entity within the district. Counties and municipialities within the districts are required to establish friendly, economic ties and a program of labor allocation which reduces the unemployment. The decision of the Sejmik must be approved by the authorities within the counties and municipialites which are supposed to be part of the district. The most significant districts which were established are those which consist of the counties surrounding the biggest cities in Valruzia. They expirience rapid economc growth and are the focal points of the valruzian economy and its growth. Statistics proved that people living within the districts can enjoy up to 32% higher annual income and the structural unemployemtns is lower than the country's average.

Republic of Valruzia
Politics PresidentPrime MinisterCouncil of MinistersSejmMarshall of Sejm
Law and Order Valruzian PoliceGeneral ProsecutorValruzian Coastal GuardCustoms OfficeBorder Patrol
Administrative divisions Chynberg VoivodeshipGryfit VoivodeshipKampania VoivodeshipRuzian VoivodeshipValusian Voivodeship
Cities NowogardBrzanskHelGryfitowSzary KamienJeziorne SadyBawierzowGarncagraSzymoniceBaltunowiceSztolniatyDabikPastarniaKninskTrebegowiceUniatow
Economy Corporations in ValruziaTransport in ValruziaNational Institute of Social ServicesWalatomEnerwalWKN Volantis
Military National Forces of Defense of Valruzia