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Geography

The Federation of Luneryha has an area of 9,834 million kmē, making it one of the largest countries in the Pacific region. To the east Luneryha limits with its neighboring country, with which it shares a border of 3,349 km. In addition to the Mainland, Luneryha has several islands of various sizes, being the largest in the northern region called Calestone. Due to its size, Luneryha is a country with great climatic diversity, in the south central part of the country is the Vadkata desert, while in the northern region of the country there are usually more icy climates, this being the type of most common climate in Calestone. The Luneryha Federation has strict laws to protect the country's environment and biodiversity, in addition to being part of the WA program to deal with climate change.

The temperate sub-humid or semi-dry climate reaches temperatures ranging between 10 and 20 ° C and presents rainfall of no more than 1000 mm per year. At an altitude of more than 1500 meters, the presence of this climate depends on the latitude of the region. In areas with this type of climate, frost is a constant that occurs every year, as well as the presence of sleet and annual snowfall that are usually more common in the north of the country and in mountainous areas.

North Region.

Vadkata Desert.

South region.

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