Much of Magadonia is hilly and mountainous, with the northern extent of the Barrier Range located in the inland portion of the region. Closer to the coast land is somewhat more flat though in some areas there are fjords and large coastal cliffs. Outside of the four major urban centers of the province, much of Magadonia is rural and covered by dense forests.
In ancient times there was volcanic activity in this region and to this day Magadonia continues to be a seismically active area. Numerous natural hot springs can be found in the mountainous parts of the region. Additionally, Magadonia has high potential for geothermal energy production.
Common natural wildlife of Magadonia includes caribou and brown bears. Close to bodies of water, mostly to the northern parts of the province, puffins are native. Within the mountainous areas there are isolated populations of macaques. Native to northern Dankuk is the fjord horse, which was often used as a farm horse. Today, use as farm horses is less common, often limited to small-scale family operations, and more often they are utilized for riding, therapy, or tourism.
Major Cities & Towns Edit
Port Rhynach (council capital)
Iglesia Mayor (judicial capital)
Seongtaek (legislative capital)
|Geography • History • Culture • Economy • Government|
|History||Baekgu Dynasty • Beonyeongsalm Palace • Dranland • Egelian Drania • Flag of Dankuk • Great Kyo Revolution of 3608 • Great Sekowian War • Kyobando Manifesto of 3597 • Northern Dovani|
|Subdivisions||Provinces: Elbiana • Lorena • Magadonia • Ulbraca • Valdoria|
Federal Cities: Gongmangdo • Iglesia Mayor • Port Rhynach • Seongtaek
|Politics||Chairman of the Federal Council for Unity • Premier of the Federal Cabinet • Federal Senate|
Political Parties: Federalist Party • Innovative Dankuk
|Demographics||Religion: Aurorian Patriarchal Church • Daenism • Seodongyo • Sindo • Zenshō|
Ethnicity: Draddwyr • Dranianos • Kazulian • Kyo