Region of Silicia


San Terenzio (Silicia, Istalia)
San Terenzio
Country Istalia
Regional capital Palerno
  Governing body Silician Regional Council
  Governor Antonia Bosci
  Ruling party(s) Union of Liberal Democrats
Area 112,800 km²
Population 19,885,076

Silicia is one of the five administrative regions of Istalia. It is located on Alaria and, occuping the norther part of the island, it shares a border only with Sarregna to the south. It is the smallest region of Istalia but it is the second most populated. Its largest city and capital is Palerno.


The current name of the region, like the ones of the other regions, was adopted officially only during the fourth Republic deciding to definitively abandon the former historical, also used and enhanced in their original form by the several foreign occupations and Quanzarian restorations, in favor of more Istalian name with roots on Istalian tradition and language. Previously, Silicia was known as Cisavugli, descenting directly from the archaic Qedarite name Kisawuli, name which was resumed during the Quanzar Emirate. The name Silicia, instead, is an ancient istalian name for an area mostly in the north and north-east of the region and which descends from the term Selucia: the area, in fact, was the first in Alaria, and in these part of Majatra, to be colonized by the Selucians. The most ancient form recorded of the name is Siluciana, indicating in an ancient manuscript all the north-eastern coast of Alaria.


Main article: History of Istalia

The history of Silicia is obviously closely connected with the history of the civilizations which arise or conquered the Istalian lands across the millennia. It seems that an earlier civilizations occupied the island also before the Kingdom of Qolshamih conquered all the future territory of Istalia and thanks to the archeologic researches, it has been established that it was on the Island that developed the first forms of agriculture, probably imported from Seleya and which then was diffused also on the mainland.
The history of Silicia, however, was indelibly marked by the arrival of the Selucians and by the foundation of their colonies on the northern and north-eastern coast of Alaria. From here, the Selucian influence expandend all over Alaria and also in the mainland, where the élite classes of the Kingdom of Qolshamih, at the time also known as Kingdom of Tuffar or Kingdom of Karron, adopted largely the Selucian culture which mixed with the Qolshamin one with an interesting cultural and artistic melange. Due to the fact that for long centuries Alaria was separated by the mainland, housing the Kingdom of Istalia which fought strenously the Quanzar occupation, Silicia and Sarregna peoples consider their regions as the veritable cradle of the Istalianity and of the Istalian Nation.


    See also: Geography of Istalia
Silicia is a region mostly mountainous and in fact it is almost totally occupied by the Arasclari Mounts which with their "C" shapes encircle a large wooded and uneven plateau, while only alongside the shores there are narrow coastal plains.
If the coastal plains are fertile localities occupied by forest and agriculturale terrains, the central highlands are more dry lands while the Arasclari peaks in winter are often covered by snow.


The main economic activity of the region is the tourism, especially the summer tourism, with hundreds of Thousands of turists which come every year in Silicia to enojoy its beaches and its crystal clear-water. Among the several picturesque places, a veritable jewel of Silicia is the little village of San Terenzio, in the Sirracosa Province, a colorful village entrenched between the slopes of the hills and the blue sapphire waters of a little inlet.
The tourism, however, interests also the Arasclari Mounts and the large forests of the inland which attract especially the campers. Important also the cultural tourism, thanks to the archeologic remains and the artistic testimoniances of millennia of history.
Despite the natural and cultural beauties, in Silicia there are also a developed industrial sector, thanks to some Special Economic Zones which houses several kind of high-tech industries.


Silicia, being on the island of Alaria, traditionally is a very homogeneus region but, compared to Sarregna, Silicia for centuries hosted trade outposts from other countries in Majatra as well in Seleya and from Gao-Showan peoples.
Since the end of the 41st century, however, Silicia became the primary destination of the immigration from Seleya, attracted by the industrial areas, also if many are the foreigners from all over the world who decide to move in Silicia to enjoy the more than favorable climate of Alaria.

Government and PoliticsEdit

Administrative divisionsEdit

Silicia adm

Silicia is divided into four provices, named after the provincial capital, and they are:

  • Palerno
  • Barri
  • Argigento
  • Siracosa

Current compositionEdit

Parties Seats Status
Left Bloc
71 / 137
National Liberal Party
48 / 137
Populist Faction
10 / 137
Order, Faith and Family
6 / 137
National Alliance for the Empire
2 / 137

Governors (Since the Imperial era, 4571)Edit

Majority means the winning party got an absolute majority in the regional chamber; Coalition means the winning party needed to agree with one or more parties in order to have majority in the chamber; Minority means the winning party did not have an absolute majority in the regional chamber, regardless of whether it was in coalition with other parties or not.

Governor Took Office Left Office Gvt. Legislatures Party
1 Empty September 4571 March 4584 Majority I



Istalian Nationalist Party
2 Empty March 4584 February 4586 Minority I National Alliance for the Empire
3 Empty February 4586 April 4598 Majority I



Socialists & Democrats
4 Empty April 4598 April 4602 Coalition I Republican Workers' Party
5 Empty April 4602 August 4610 Majority IV


Socialists & Democrats
August 4610 April 4621 Coalition VI


April 4621 April 4625 Minority VIII
6 Empty Giacinto Baldini April 4625 January 4629 Coalition I National Conservative Party
7 Empty January 4629 April 4635 Coalition I Socialists & Democrats
8 Empty April 4635 April 4639 Coalition I Renacentist Front
9 Empty Samuela Righi April 4639 May 4642 Minority I National Conservative Party
10 Empty May 4642 May 4658 Minority I




National Alliance for the Empire
11 Empty May 4658 May 4666 Coalition I


Socialists & Democrats
12 Empty May 4666 May 4670 Minority I Republican Front
Renacentist Front
13 Empty May 4670 May 4674 Minority I Coalition for Imperial Cooperation
National Alliance for the Empire
' Empty May 4674 May 4678 Coalition II Republican Front
Renacentist Front
14 Rachele Del Gatto Rachele del Gatto May 4678 February 4680 Coalition Del Gatto I Republican Front
Left Bloc
15 Empty February 4680 February 4684 Coalition I Socialists & Democrats
16 Empty Raffaello Benvenuti February 4684 February 4688 Minority I Coalition for Imperial Cooperation
National Conservative Party
17 Empty February 4688 February 4692 Coalition I Communist Party of Istalia
18 Empty Nura Alzad February 4692 February 4696 Coalition Alzad I Socialists & Democrats
19 Timoteo Tavano Timoteo Tavano February 4696 February 4699 Coalition Tavano I Left Bloc
' Empty Nura Alzad February 4699 January 4709 Coalition Alzad II

Alzad III

Alzad IV

Socialists & Democrats
20 Empty January 4709 January 4712 Minority I Red and Free
21 Empty January 4712 January 4716 Coalition I National Alliance for the Empire
22 Empty January 4716 January 4720 Minority I Order, Faith and Family
23 Empty January 4720 January 4724 Coalition I Istalian Social Movement
24 Empty January 4724 February 4727 Minority I Socialists & Democrats
February 4727 January 4730 Coalition II
25 Simone Zuccaro Simone Zuccaro January 4730 March 4734 Coalition Zuccaro I Left Bloc
March 4734 February 4739 Majority Zuccaro II

Zuccaro III

Zuccaro IV

February 4739 February 4743 Minority Zuccaro V
26 Empty February 4743 February 4747 Coalition I Socialists & Democrats
27 Annamaria Licari Annamaria Licari February 4747 May 4753 Coalition Licari I

Licari II

Left Bloc
' Empty May 4753 May 4761 Coalition II


Socialists & Democrats
' Annamaria Licari Annamaria Licari May 4761 May 4769 Coalition Licari III

Licari IV

Left Bloc
28 Empty May 4769 May 4773 Coalition I Istalian Federalist Party
29 Empty May 4773 May 4777 Coalition I Order, Faith and Family
30 Enrico Azzara Enrico Azzara May 4777 January 4780 Coalition Azzara I Left Bloc
January 4780 Majority Azzara II

Timeline from 4571Edit

Red indicates a progressist Governor, blue indicates a conservative Governor, without specifying political parties as they are shown above. Black indicates political parties with no defined ideology.

Enrico Azzara??Annamaria Licari?Annamaria Licari?Simone Zuccaro?????Nura AlzadTimoteo TavanoNura Alzad???Rachele Del Gatto??????????????

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