| Khanate of Akikland |
For God and our Khan
|Northeast Kazahkstan-South Eastern Russian Border |
|Official language(s)||Russian, Kazakh, English|
|Official religion(s)||Lutheranism, Orthodox, Islam|
|Short name||Has short name::Akikland|
|- Type||- Khanate|
|Established||March 29th, 2016|
|Currency||Kazakh, Russian Rubles|
|National dish||Saiga Antelope Steak|
|National drink||Green Tea|
|National animal||Saiga Antelope|
The Khanate of Akikland is a micronation that was created March 29th, 2016 by Pumpland and its dependencies as independent state after reading about many central asian states (some do not exist anymore) and gets most of it culture and influence from the Khanate of Kokand. The population is registered at 31.
Flag and National Symbols
National Flag of Akikland(based off of the romanov flag):
Black: The dark and beautiful nights that lay in the Akikland plains.
Yellow: The color of the beautiful Akikian sun, and desert.
White: To symbolizes the Christian people and their innocence.
Coat of Arms:
The same as the flag but with the *Akikian bear to represent the strength of the people.
*Akikian Bear, is the Wheaten Terrier, that is also known as the bear dog.
The area was originally unihabitated until Mongol Raiders came and settled, which at that time was apart of the Chagatai Khanate, then the Sibir Khanate. It was then included in North Eastern Russian Turkestan.
Akikland is divided by the "Great Akikian Plain" between Northern Akikia(land) and Southern Akikia. It shares a border with Kazakhstan and Russia.
Map of Akikland:
Map of Southern Akikland:
Akistana- Capital Pop, 23
Tugioa Village- 8
(It can be found on google maps here: 50.863916, 83.810935)
Demoyon: Akikian, Akikander, Akikilander
87% Aryan (Swedish, Russian, Russian Kazakh, Volga German)
22% Turkic (Kazakh, Uzbek)
Even though the cultural aspect is Islam, and Tengrism, the majority at 89% Lutheran Christian, 8% Orthodox Christian, 3% Islam.
The state language is Kazakh (Akiki dialect)
The official language is Russian.
Other languages, Swedish, English.