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Area 530400 square kilometers
Population 125.0 million (March 2894)

Falristan is the most populous constituency of Restoration Hutori. As a constituency, it does not have a political existence of its own beyond electing members to the legislature. It is apportioned ninety-one out of three hundred and ninety-one seats.

It takes its name from the State of Falristan, one of the original constituents of the Hutori Federation and the only native state to ever be recognized. Virtually all surviving Mashacara live in Falristan.


A mountain range divides the constituency into two, with the most fertile soils and ground found surrounding the 3 main rivers. The majority of the land away from the rivers is of a poor quality, high in salt levels and made of clay in numerous places. The Falristan coastline features some of the most noticable forms of erosion, particularly around the Ixan and Bartholomew border, where the land is generally made of soft boulder clay. Similar issues are encountered around the St. John area, but coastline anti-erosion measures thanks to government investment have solved such problems for the city's port. The moutain range is surrounded by more rough shrubbery.


Map of Falristan



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Restoration Hutori
Parliamentary Constituencies of Hutori
Adelia | Falristan | Lagard | Kenai | Roccato
Politics of Hutori
Council system of Hutori
Conservative-Libertarian Party | House Lusk-National Syndicalist Party | Northern Arrow Party | Ultranationalist Party | Union of Radical Republicans
History of Hutori
Adelia | Falristan | Lagard | Kenai | Roccato
People of Hutori
Margaret Wright | Norman Thompson | William Havers | Tom Major | Melanie Thompson | David Craddock
Geography of Hutori
Adelia | Falristan | Lagard | Kenai | Roccato
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