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12020-08-17T16:53:17-04:00Avgustov Province7geographic playing cardplain2022-05-18T01:24:46-04:0054.11175, 22.93087
Provincial town: Suvalki Area (sq miles): 6,841 Population: 547,319 Population density: 80 people per square mile Cities: 6
Trade note: Trade is rather active. Climate note: cold
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