West Slavic region

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West Slavic region
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Colloquial: Poland
Linguistics
Language Family: West Slavic, West Germanic, East Slavic, Uralic

Baltic, East Germanic

Languages: Czech, Slovak, Polish, Silesian, German, Rusyn, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Gothic
Geography
World: Earth Map
Coordinates: 2721, -6098
Warps: /warp Warsaw
Region Moderator(s):
Countries: Austrobavaroczechoslovakia (former)

State of East Prussia (former)
Slovakia
State of Wielbark
Poland
Polskie Sąsiedztwo (former)

Cities: Warsaw

Königsberg
Prague
Pilsen
Gdańsk
Kołobrzeg
Białystok
Czarnodziura
Wrocław
Bratislava
Mesto Veží


The West Slavic region is a region in Eastern Europe. There are a large amount of languages supported in the region including, Czech, Slovak, Rusyn, Polish, German, Hungarian and Lithuanian.

The West Slavic region was formerly home to four states: Austrobavaroczechoslovakia, East Prussia, Wielbark, and Poland (Polskie Sąsiedztwo). Since the 2023 re-establishment of the UN, Slovakia has seceded from Austrobavaroczechoslovakia.