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Territory of Aenopia
|Anthem: "Gustav Holst- Jupiter" (orchestral)
|Independence from United Kingdom||1 July 2019|
|Independence from Empire of Emosia||15 August 2019|
|• Emperor||Emperor Logan I of Aenopia|
|• Total||0.229606 km2 (0.088651 sq mi)|
|• Land||0.088651 km2 (0.229606 sq mi)|
|• Water||0 km2 (0 sq mi) 0%%|
|Elevation||133 m (436 ft)|
|Time zone||UTC+100 Minutes (AMT (Aenopian Mean Time))|
|Aenopian Motorways||AM-02 (TBC)|
|Secondary Routes||SR-04 (TBC)|
|International airports||New Tenby Regional Airfield (TBC)|
Bryniau Gwyrdd (often abbreviated as 'Bry-gwy) is a territory located in the Empire of Aenopia comprising of a house and a garden.
The name Bryniau Gwyrdd means 'Green Hills' in Welsh referring to the local Shropshire Hills Area of Natural Beauty located in the United Kingdom within a close proximity to Bryniau Gwyrdd. Bryniau Gwyrdd is informally known as 'Bry-gwy' due to its complicated and often difficult to pronounce name, and is often referred as such as an alternative.
"Gwyrddi" is the official demonym used to describe something belonging to or originating from Bryniau Gwyrdd, this is also the demonym for an individual from Bryniau Gwyrdd. Technically, "Bryniau Gwyrdd" can refer to the entire territory, or to the infrastructure of the area; there is a small distinction between the subjects.
Bryniau Gwyrdd is mostly flat and features a large grassy field at the southern end of the territory. About 30% of the territory is taken up by the city of New Tenby whilst the northern side features a drive. Unlike other Aenopian territories, Bryniau Gwyrdd does not feature a large forested area, however features a small cluster of trees on the eastern side.
Bryniau formerly featured a small pond at the extreme south of the territory, however this has since disappeared in the past decade. The original basin still remains however and is referred to as the 'Bry-Gwy Trench'.
|Climate chart (explanation)|
Bryniau Gwyrdd experiences a temperate oceanic climate (Köppen: Cfb), like much of the British Isles, with warm summers and cool winters. Summer daytime temperatures regularly top 20 Celsius, quite often reaching 25 Celsius on sunny days during July and August in particular. In more recent years, temperatures have occasionally reached over 30 Celsius. There is regular but generally light precipitation throughout the year. Temperatures are usually within a range of 2 °C - 7 °C in winter but can drop as low as -11 °C. Winters are characterized by rain and, in recent years, large downfalls of snow. Summers are warm and humid with occasional heavy rainstorms, however, there are usually only about one or two thunderstorms per year. Bryniau Gwyrdd's average annual rainfall is 806.6 millimetres (31.76 in) compared to a UK average of 1,125.0 millimetres (44.29 in),
|New Tenby is twinned with:
New Tenby was an early participant in the GUM Sister Cities project and is paired with Granada Nicosi and Sušice-Gympl.
Aenopian culture primarily follows the basic principles of the Western culture due to its geographical location in the world and subsequently, its population. Some Christian holidays which have become embedded into Western society (Christmas, Easter, etc.) are recognised and celebrated by the population as National Holidays. Bryniau Gwyrdd also adheres to these principles as a territory of Aenopia.
English is the most commonly spoken language in Aenopia and the only language used on a daily basis for communication; it is the only language used for government and diplomatic business, although Welsh is rarely used for more ceremonial occasions and is featured as a secondary language on numerous Aenopian documents and treaties. Aenopia also ceremoniously recognises French and Welsh as a national language, with the latter being recognised as a primary language of the territory of Brynaiu Gwyrdd. Welsh has been adopted as the official symbolic language of Bryniau Gwyrdd and can be found in signs around the territory, primarily due to its close proximity to the Welsh border.
- ↑ Met Office. "England average weather". Archived from the original on 3 June 2021.
- ↑ Met Office. "Manchester average rainfall". Archived from the original on 3 June 2021.
- ↑ Met Office. "UK average rainfall". Archived from the original on 3 June 2021.
- ↑ GUM Secretary for Development. "GUM Sister Cities Project Phase 1". Archived from the original on 26 January 2020.
- ↑ GUM Secretary for Development. "GUM Sister Cities Project Phase 1 response form". Archived from the original on 15 April 2021.