Click on the map above to visit the seven Provinces in the Greater Talossa Area.
The Kingdom has grown beyond the Greater Talossan Area and now counts
an eighth province, Cézembre, an island off the coast of the nation of France.
And no one should forget the Kingdom's southern holding,
the Pengöpäts Antarctic Territory.
The Kingdom is bounded on the west, north and south by the United States
of America (specifically the City of Milwaukee and its suburbs) and on
the east by La Mar Talossan (the Talossan Sea, also known in English as Lake Michigan),
having grown considerably from the original bedroom in 1982-3 to encompass
the East Side
of Milwaukee (formal territorial claim). These claims have never been
officially disputed by the U.S. Government, so obviously they have no
Population in the Greater Talossan Area is divided between citizens who can
participate in the political
process, and over 43,000 Cestours (U.S. "natives," living within the territorial
limits of Greater Talossa) who cannot.
Most Talossans today are "Cybercits," who reside outside the country and
who, at the time of immigration, are assigned citizenship in one of the
eight Provinces that constitute Greater Talossa. Those Talossan Citizens
who actually live in and around Talossa proper are known as "Old Growth
Talossans," but due to the number of Cybercits, Old Growth Talossans
are now a minority of the Talossan citizenry.
Talossan citizens reside as far away as the U.K., British Columbia, Argentina,
Brazil, Italy, France, Nova Scotia, and Nigeria;
all citizens have equal rights.
The capital of Talossa is Abbavilla.