Vicnora (Vicnoran: , pronounced vik-na-ra), officially known as the Kingdom of Vicnora, is a country and sovereign state in the United El Kadsreian Nations. Vicnora is located in North America, in the El Kadsreian Islands, located on the left side of the North American continent. El Kadsre, Mahri, Hawaii, Mexico, Sentan, and North El Kadsre are Vicnora's neighboring countries.
Prehistory: 112th century BC-37th century BC
During the Last Ice Age, tribes arrived in Vicnora by crossing the land bridge that used to connect between Vicnora and the rest of the North American continent.
Ancient Vicnora: 37th century BC-562 AD
Early Vicnoran Kingdom: 562 AD-1471
Middle Vicnoran Kingdom: 1471-1806
On January 16, 1471, the earthquake, registering 9.8 on the Richter scale, struck Vicnora. The earthquake was so powerful, it caused the island to sink to halfway.
Late Vicnoran Kingdom: 1806-1977
Vlokozu Union: 1977-1989
On September 23, 1977, around 11 days after the death of Hukina, the then-last king of the Vicnoran Kingdom, the Vlokozu Union takes control of Vicnora at the commands of Michael Vlokozu, putting a stop to the Vicnoran Kingdom's 1454-year-long existence and its monarchy became dormant for 40 years.
Vicnora's status in the Vlokozu Union was stated to be the Vlokozuian State of Vicnora by the Vlokouzian government, the Pacific Pact and the Commonwealth of Nations, but was internationally recognized by the United Nations and 26 UN member states as a illegal occupation of the Vicnoran Kingdom's land by the Vlokozu Union.
Vicnora was the poorest state in the Union, as Michael Vlokozu barely showed interest in it. Most of the food people ate was either from McDonald's, Sminster and other fast food restaurants or came from donations from Red Cross/Crescent groups such as the Finnish Red Cross, Magen David Adom (prior to being recognized by the International Committee of the Red Cross), the Red Cross Society of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the Japanese Red Cross Society, and the American Red Cross; people in the Vicnoran dubbing industry earned more than the mayors of the cities and towns in the country; and most buildings, most of them were schools and houses were built from kits imported from Mahri.
Modern Vicnora: 1989-present
The Vlokozu Union was dissolved on March 29, 1989, and was split into five countries (El Kadsre, Mahri, Sentan, North El Kadsre, and Vicnora) to form the United El Kadsreian Nations after Michael Vlokozu died because of trauma and assassination four days earlier. Vicnora became a modernized country.
On November 30, 2017, Wickaninnish Oshiro announced Vicnora would vote to leave the Commonwealth of Nations and have the monarchy go back into power on January 1, 2018. The King was announced to be the Turkish-born Vicnoran Kurd monarchist and politician Goran Malmîsanij, who married Yukari Hukina, a pretender to the queen's throne in the in-exile Vicnoran monarchy. On January 2, 2018, Goran I was coronated alongside his wife, marking the start of the modern Vicnoran monarchy and Vicnora was withdrawn from the Commonwealth (North El Kadsre is planning to take Vicnora's place as of May 2018), resulting in celebrations across Tugaganda.
By February 2018, Goran and the Vicnoran government began to work on "fixing the country". This included nationalization of certain industries (notably most logging operations), expansion of the healthcare system, continuation of Hukina's policy on granting adoptees from foreign countries automatic Vicnoran citizenship, a program of free milk for children, repairs to the transport sector and restoration of Tugaganda Fusa Caste to its original appearance prior to the Vlokozu occupation, including the dome and four minarets.
The economy of Vicnora has 21 trillion viksmarks. ($172 billion)
The population in the country is about 7.52 million. (2017 estimate)