The island of Mohai

The island of Mohai has the same latitude and longitude on Tekuo as northern Spain and part of the Bay of Biscay on our world. It has an area of 162,350 square kilometres (62,683 square miles) and a population of 13.2 million. This works out at 81.8 people per square kilometre.

It has a similar area to Cambodia, Tunisia, Wisconsin or Florida. The population is comparable to that of Zimbabwe, Senegal or Illinois. The population density compares to that of Italy.

Mohai is a long island lying on a south-west to north-east axis. It measures some 450 miles by 150. It consists mostly of low, rolling hills and coastal plains with rich volcanic and alluvial soils. These rise towards a central spine of rocky mountains, some of which are extinct or active volcanoes. The climate is Mediterranean, with warm summers and rainy winters.

The island is a republic with its capital at Orisu, a port city on the east coast in the central region. The second city, also a port, is Durakho in the north-east. The island is divided into twelve provinces which have a large degree of autonomy. Mohai also rules a number of small islands and archipelagoes. Some of these have a degree of local autonomy, but none are large enough for full provincial status.

The population includes a few small minority groups, but 12.1 million are ethnic Romohai who speak Lemohai and most follow the Zayedin faith.

The economy is strong. Citizens of Mohai enjoy one of Tekuo’s highest standards of living, thanks to their high-tech economy and strong service sector.

Author: David Johnson

Language constructor, writer, music fan and activist.

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