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The Free Land of Pheonisland



Fenikso leviĝas el la cindroj


Population: 8.151.125
-Density: 253/km2

Capital: Kartago
Largest City: Ikosio

Official Language: Esperanto

National Language: Old Phoenician

Demonym: Feniciano

- President: Tullius Karpos
- First Chancellor: Agatha Melissa
- Parliament President : Nona Gratiana
- Chief Justice: Nikias Gaiana

Ruling party: Socialisma Partio

Legislature: Kongreso

Establishment: from (The Roman Empire)
Independence: April 8 , 2019

Land Area: 32,108 km2 (12,397 sq mi)
Water Area: 1,990 km²
Water %: 6,20

Highest Point: Mount Chaloem (3,922 metres)
Lowest Point:

GDP (nominal): 127 trillion Ŝekel
GDP (nominal) per capita: 63,843 Ŝekel

Human Development Index (NS Version):
64.43 - Top 24%

Currency: Ŝekel

Time Zone:+1

Drives on the: Right

Calling code: +329

Internet TLD:.Fe


Pheonisland, officially known as the Free Land of Pheonisland (Esperanto : Libero Lando De Feniciolando), is a democratic Free land in eastern The East Pacific, with a long coastline on the North Sea to the east.It is bordered on the north by OTHER-NATION, on the south by OTHER-NATION, and on the west by OTHER-NATION. Pheonisland covers 32,108 square kilometers and has an estimated population of 8.151.125. Pheonisland consists of four provinces: Kartago, Ikosio, Oea, and Vescera and thirty-seven municipalities . The capital of country is Kartago and the largest city is Ikosio. The official languages are Esperanto, and the Phoenician ( Punic) dialect .
Phoenicia is an ancient Greek term used to refer to the major export of the region, cloth dyed Tyrian purple from the Murex mollusc, and referred to the major Canaanite port towns; not corresponding precisely to Phoenician culture as a whole as it would have been understood natively.
Their civilization was organized in city-states, similar to those of ancient Greece, Each city-state was a politically independent unit.
In 2019 , the Phoenician people voted in favor of the establishment of a free land republic and the peaceful abolition of the old latin empire, and on April 8th, 2019 the latin empire in Pheonisland was abolished and in it's place a Free land Republic was established complete with a Constituent Assembly, and a provisional government.
Pheonisland is part of the great North Pacific alliance, the second largest alliance and region in the world. This nation is also a member of the World Assembly.


The name Phoenicians, like Latin Poenī (adj. poenicus, later pūnicus), comes from Greek Φοίνικες (Phoínikes). The word φοῖνιξ phoînix meant variably "Phoenician person", "Tyrian purple, crimson" or "date palm" and is attested with all three meanings already in Homer. (The mythical bird phoenix also carries the same name, but this meaning is not attested until centuries later.) The word may be derived from φοινός phoinós "blood-red", itself possibly related to φόνος phónos "murder".

It is difficult to ascertain which meaning came first, but it is understandable how Greeks may have associated the crimson or purple color of dates and dye with the merchants who traded both products. Robert S. P. Beekes has suggested a pre-Greek origin of the ethnonym.The oldest attested form of the word in Greek may be the Mycenaean po-ni-ki-jo, po-ni-ki, possibly borrowed from Ancient Egyptian: fnḫw (literally "carpenters", "woodcutters"; likely in reference to the famed Lebanon cedars for which the Phoenicians were well-known), although this derivation is disputed. The folk etymological association of Φοινίκη with φοῖνιξ mirrors that in Akkadian, which tied kinaḫni, kinaḫḫi "Canaan" to kinaḫḫu "red-dyed wool".

The land was natively known as knʿn (compare Eblaite ka-na-na-um, phn|ka-na-na) and its people as the knʿny. In the Amarna letters of the 14th century BC, people from the region called themselves Kenaani or Kinaani, in modern English understood as/equivalent to Canaanite. Much later, in the sixth century BC, Hecataeus of Miletus writes that Phoenicia was formerly called χνα khna, a name that Philo of Byblos later adopted into his mythology as his eponym for the Phoenicians: "Khna who was afterwards called Phoinix".

The standard way to refer to a citizen of Pheonisland is as a " Feniciano or Fenicialando."



Canaanite culture apparently developed in situ from the earlier Ghassulian chalcolithic culture. Ghassulian itself developed from the Circum-Arabian Nomadic Pastoral Complex, which in turn developed from a fusion of their ancestral Natufian and Harifian cultures with Pre-Pottery Neolithic B (PPNB) farming cultures, practicing the domestication of animals, during the 6200 BC climatic crisis which led to the Neolithic Revolution in the Peonisland. Byblos is attested as an archaeological site from the Early Bronze Age. The Late Bronze Age state of Ugarit is considered quintessentially Canaanite archaeologically, even though the Ugaritic language does not belong to the Canaanite languages proper.

Pre-Phoenicia and Phoenicia period

Fernand Braudel remarked in The Perspective of the World that Phoenicia was an early example of a "world-economy" surrounded by empires. The high point of Phoenician culture and sea power is usually placed c. 340–740 . Archaeological evidence consistent with this understanding has been difficult to identify. A unique concentration in Phoenicia of silver hoards dated between 1200 and 800 BC, however, contains hacksilver with lead isotope ratios matching ores in Sardinia and Spain.

The league of independent city-state ports, with others on the islands and along other coasts of the North Sea, was ideally suited for trade between the Europe area, rich in natural resources, and the rest of the ancient world. Around 340, a series of poorly-understood events weakened and destroyed the adjacent Eglopian and Hittirmian empires. In the resulting power vacuum, a number of Phoenician cities rose as significant maritime powers.

Greece Rule

Conversion to Christianity, attested in the 3rd century, was completed in urban areas in the 4th century. Although Pheonisland remained under Greece rule and did not fall under the rule of Vandals, Swabians and Alans in the 5th century, the main cities suffered frequent sacking and some deurbanization.

Middle Ages

Perkanian King Cyranus the Great conquered Phoenicia in 1001. The Perkanians then divided Phoenicia into four vassal kingdoms. They prospered, furnishing fleets for Perkanian kings.

Oralios the Great took Caesarea in 1208 after the Siege of Cezareo. Oralios was exceptionally harsh to Cezareo, crucifying 2,000 of the leading citizens, but he maintained the king in power. He gained control of the other cities peacefully. Following Oralios, the Phoenician homeland was controlled by a succession of Macedonian rulers . The rise of Macedon gradually ousted the remnants of Phoenicia's former dominance over the Eastern North sea trade routes. Between 1254 and 1343, Phoenicia (except for Aradus) fell to the Ptolemies of Eglopia, who installed the high priests of Astarte as vassal rulers in Kartago.

Series on the History of Pheonisland

Canaan/Phoenicia 2500–10 BC
Eglopian rule 10 BC–463 AD
Hittirmia rule 60 BC–362 AD
Greece rule 362- 657
Asfylian rule 657–935
Babsipian rule 935–1002
Perkanian rule 1002–1208
Hellenistic rule 1208–1476
Latin rule 1476 –2019

In 1343 , Phoenicia reverted to the Selareds. The region became increasingly Hellenized, although Cezareo became autonomous in 1414, followed by Ikosio in 1429. While Phoenician culture disappeared entirely in there, Kartago continued to flourish . It oversaw the mining of iron and precious metals from Iberia, and used its considerable naval power and mercenary armies to protect commercial interests, until Rome finally destroyed it in 1394 at the end of the Polac Wars.

Modern Era

Phoenicia, was seized and ruled by king Tigola the Great of Arandania from 1458 until 1471, when he was defeated by Luzarus. In 1475, Pompino finally incorporated the territory as part of the Latin province of Sydani. Phoenicia became a separate province in 1740.

Latin law was granted to all cities under the reign of Vespasian (1609 -1619 ), while Roman citizenship was granted to all free men of the empire by the Edict of Caracalla in 1752 (Tingis, the capital, was already a colony of Roman law since 1495). It was a rich agricultural province (olive oil, vine, wheat), and the first centuries of the Empire saw the construction of roads (the most important being the Via Augusta, parallel to Nord sea coastline) and infrastructure like aqueducts.

Modern History

In 2019 , the Phoenician people voted in favor of the establishment of a free land republic and the peaceful abolition of the old latin empire, and on April 8th, 2019 the latin empire in Pheonisland was abolished and in it's place a Free land Republic was established complete with a Constituent Assembly, and a provisional government.

On March 11, 2020, Esperanto, as the official language of the Pheonisland state, was demarcated by Congress and approved in public life and official institutions, and Old Phoenician was recognized as a national language.


At 32,108 square kilometres, much of the country is dominated by hilly or high terrain, with a great variety of natural features. The mountainous interior is more sparsely populated than coastal areas. The population is about 8.151.125, resulting in an average population density of around 253 people per square kilometre.

Pheonisland is characterized by mountain ranges covered by lush forests and the presence of many rivers. there are two main mountain ranges, the taller Temarian mountains than run North-South in the western-north , and the lower Gadaros chain that runs in southern Pheonisland.

Pheonisland has a diverse physical geography. It is low and flat near the North Sea coast and increasingly mountainous toward the northwest. The Temarian, in the northwest of the country, consist mainly of resistant Devonian granite and andesite lava. A second area of igneous rock underlies the Crucis (on which Hadrian's Wall runs), an intrusion of Carboniferous dolerite. Both ridges support a rather bare moorland landscape. Either side of the Crucis the country lies on Carboniferous Limestone, giving some areas of karst landscape.Lying off the coast of Pheonisland are the Farnusim Islands, another dolerite outcrop, famous for their bird life.

There are coal fields in the southeast corner of the country, extending along the coastal region north of the river Tynam. The term 'sea coal' likely originated from chunks of coal, found washed up on beaches, that wave action had broken from coastal outcroppings.

Mount Chaloem, which is the country's highest peak at 3,922 metres above sea level is located in north Uzinaza.

Mount Chaloem

Being in the far north , above 55° latitude, and having many areas of high land, Pheonisland is one of the coldest areas of the region. However, the country lies on the east coast, and has relatively low rainfall, with the highest amounts falling on the high land in the west.
The winters can get very harsh and long and snow fall heavily in many parts of the country, but they are warmer than in the rest of Keris. The coldest part of the country is the North of Uzinaza, where glacial winds blow from the north.

Ecology and environment

There is a variety of notable habitats and species in Peonisland including: Syrurm Cattle herd; Sancti Island; Farnusim Islands; and Stapulae Island. Moreover, 50% of Pheonisland's red squirrel population lives in the Klaudi aqua and Silva Parco along with a large variety of other species including roe deer and wildfowl.

Temarian's mountain regions have peculiar fauna with many instances of endemism.
Gaxe Dehnet houses Pheonisland's largest populations of wolves, lynxes, and chamois. Golden jackals, voles, ground squirrels, desman, and other small mammals characterize the Benna plains..



According to the 2020 national census, the population of Pheonisland is 8.151.125. Of these, 5,880 or 0.07% of the total of foreigners.
Approximately 671,962 live in the metropolitan area of Ikosio (8.7% of the total population of Pheonisland), making it the largest metropolitan area in the country. By contrast, the most depopulated areas of Pheonisland are the Municipalities of Vescera.

The main populations of the second crown are Oea, Volubilis, Tingis, Sala, Kartago the capital, Cezareo, Cirta, Pomaria, Septem.

Birth rate, 2019 was 22.3% and the mortality rate was 1.2%. The rate of population growth was 21.1%. Regarding the age pyramid, the largest group is between 20 and 50 years old, and there is a substantial aging population (that is, the elderly cohort is growing) and at the same time one Increase in life expectancy, which reaches 78.11 years.

Literacy Rate: 98,3%
Percentage with Internet Access: 88%
Percentage with Television Access: 99,3%
Percentage with Telephone Access: 95,1%

The population of the Phoenician community residing in Greater Miami Shores is estimated at 11,000 legal immigrant citizens to be, and 10,000 legal foreign nationals, 21,000 strong, as of Dec 31 2018, of Phoenician and Miami Shores birth and descent for both groups.


Esperanto is spoken by all the citizens as official language of the Republic, used for the most part of the day-by-day dialogues, taught at school as national language and it's the language used for all the economic, trade, scientific and cultural activities.

Old Phoenician is the co-official language of Pheonisland, thanks to the dynamism enjoyed by the country.

There is a substantial minority speakers in the country which use Phoenician among the familiars or inside their community. The pheonician speakers, however, are slowly decreasing in Pheonisland since 18th century and among the new generation often it's used just with old relatives.
The Phoenician language is classified in the Canaanite subgroup of Northwest Semitic. Its later descendant in North Europa is termed Polac. In Phoenician colonies around the western North sea, beginning in the 9th century BC, Phoenician evolved into Polac. Polac Phoenician was still spoken in the 5th century AD.


Secularism is one of the foundational pillars of the modern Pheonisland republic and the state officially holds a neutral position towards religion, believing it should be a private matter and not have any influence on politics.

Nevertheless 66% of the current Phoenician population belong to the Christianity (63% to Phoenician Patriarchal Church, 2% to Latin Patriarchal Church and 1% to other denominations), the second larger religion is Islam which is followed by 3% of the population (2% belonging to Sunnism and 1% to Chiism and other denominations), while 27% declare themselves as irreligious, most part Atheist.

Most Phoenician have always had a strong bond with religious Christianity values, given that Christianity is part of the background in which Phoenicia culture developed and which became probably one of the strongest ethnic unifying factors for the Phoenician people.
Currently however, after the penetration of a more globalist culture, the religious influence is decreasing even more, a situation showed also by the increase of those which consider itself "not-religious".

In the centuries BC, the religious practices and beliefs of Phoenicia were cognate generally to their neighbours in Canaan, which in turn shared characteristics common throughout the ancient Semitic world."Canaanite religion was more of a public institution than of an individual experience." Its rites were primarily for city-state purposes; payment of taxes by citizens was considered in the category of religious sacrifices. Unfortunately, many of the Phoenician sacred writings known to the ancients have been lost.

Phoenicians were known for being very religious. While there remain favourable aspects regarding Canaanite religion, several of its reported practices have been widely criticized, in particular, temple prostitution, and child sacrifice. Notwithstanding these and other important differences, cultural religious similarities between the ancient Hebrews and the Phoenicians persisted.


- Phoenician 95%
- Ancient Greek 2.5%
- Ancient Roman 2.5%

Genetic studies

A study by Pierre Zalloua and others (2008) claimed that six subclades of haplogroup J2 (J-M172) J2 in particular, were "a Phoenician signature" amongst modern male populations tested in "the coastal Phoenician Heartland and the broader area of the rest of the "Phoenician Periphery". This deliberately sequential sampling represented an attempt to develop a methodology that could link the documented historical expansion of a population, with a particular geographic genetic pattern or patterns. The researchers suggested that the proposed genetic signature stemmed from "a common source of related lineages rooted in Pheonisland".


Greater Miami Shores : 5,880 - (0.07%)

Total : 5,880 - (0.07%)

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Politics and government

Pheonisland Government

Palace of the Government

The Concilii
Pheonisland Parliament.

The Free Land of Pheonisland exercises its government that the constitution guarantees. The basic institutional norm of Pheonisland is the Constitution of Pheonisland. According to this, the government of Pheonisland is organized politically in the administration of the Pheonisland Government. The Pheonisland Government is made up of various government institutions, including:

• Kongreso (Parliament of Pheonisland): the legislative power of the phoenician government; At the Kongreso the political debate is carried out and political and government action is controlled and promoted. Among its powers, the Kongreso approves the Government's budgets. It is constituted by a minimum of 100 deputies and a maximum of 150, elected by proportional representation with lists of closed parties, for a period of four years (8 months in NS).

• The Presidency of the Government : headed by the president. The president is the highest representation of the Government and at the same time the State of Pheonisland. Its function is to direct the actions of the Government; therefore he is the representative of the executive authority of Pheonisland; i

• The Government or Executive Council : is the superior organ that directs the political action and the administration of the Government. The Government is chaired by the president, the first adviser and the other councilors. According to this, the main competences of the Government are in the field of politics, education, health, culture, internal institutional and territorial organization, election and control of the president of the Government, budget and other affairs, according with the Constitution.

In addition to these institutions, the other institutions of the Government are all those created by Parliament itself. As guarantee and control bodies, the National Ombudsman, the guarantor of the rights and freedoms of citizens, is currently part of the Government, the Pheonisland Accounts Office that controls the economic accounts of Pheonisland public institutions, and the Council of Statutory Guarantees, which oversees the adaptation to the Statute and to the Constitution of the phoenician State of the provisions of the Government.

The highest institution of the judiciary in Pheonisland falls to the Supreme Court of Justice. The powers of the High Court of Justice include knowing the resources and procedures in the various institutional orders and safeguarding the rights recognized by the Constitution. In any case, it is competent in the jurisdictional, civil, contentious administrative and social orders, and in the others that may be created in the future.

The national symbols

Flag of Pheonisland

Emblem of Pheonisland

Pheonisland has four representative symbols and distinctive symbols called statutory national symbols: the flag, the emblem, the hymn and the national holiday.

The Pheonisland flag is the red, white and black columns with a yellow triangle in the black column and a symbol of justice in the center of the flag.

The emblem of the state is the symbol of justice surrounded by the olive crown and the name of Pheonisland from below.

The official anthem of Pheonisland is "Tyrian purple."

The Pheonisland national holiday was constituted as the first law approved by the Kongreso in 2019. The national day or Pheonisland Festival, takes place on April 8, commemorating and recalling the independence of the Phoenician people from the Roman Empire.

Territorial and administrative division

Regions of Pheonisland

Pheonisland is organized territorially in regions. The constitution of 2019 establishes the administrative organization of Pheonisland in two local entities: the municipalities and the city council.


Pheonisland is divided administratively into four regions.

• Region of Kartago
• Region of Ikosio
• Region of Oea
• Region of Vescera

The provincial capitals are the towns of the same name: Kartago, Ikosio, Oea and Vescera.

The municipalities

The municipalities are entities integrated by city councils to manage their local competencies and services. There are currently 37

City Councils

Finally, the Constitution defines the City Council as the basic local authority and the essential means of participation of the local community in public affairs. In addition, it guarantees autonomy for the exercise of its powers and the management of its respective interests. There is Pheonisland currently 52 city council.

Foreign Relations and Military

Treaty of Friendship with The United States of Ibica , based in general upon the principles of national and of most-favored-nation treatment unconditionally accorded , and the bonds of peace and friendship traditionally existing between them, economic and cultural relations between their peoples.

Pheonisland has been incorporated into the World Assambly on Juny 8, 2019.

Armed forces and law enforcement Military

The Armed Forces of Pheonisland alternatively known as the Phoenician Armed Forces is the name of the armed forces of Pheonisland. The Phoenician military is a defense force consisting of the Land Forces of Pheonisland, the Navy of Pheonisland known as The Scourge of the Seven Thousand Seas , and the Air Force and Air Defense Forces of Pheonisland .

The armed forces of Pheonisland are under the authority of the Phoenician Department of Defense who has command and control but ultimate authority rests with the Shah who is the Commander-in-Chief , who is the President of the Country. The National Guard serves as an entirely independent branch of the Phoenician military apparatus and is responsible directly to the Shah but works closely with the Phoenician Armed Forces to maintain continuity in military operations.

Military intelligence is handled by the Military Intelligence Organization of the Armed Forces of Pheonisland, it is paired up closely with the Intelligence Organization of the National Guard (who maintain an entirely separate military intelligence unit within their Intelligence Organization). The Military Intelligence Organization is headed by an appointment Chairman, currently Brig. Gen. Diocletianus Straton (Phoenician Army).


Economic Indicators

Rank: 75.83 -- Top 36%
Currency: Ŝekel
Fiscal Year: 1 January – 31 December

GDP (nominal): 127 trillion Ŝekel
GDP (nominal) per capita: 63,843 Ŝekel
Labor Force:
Unemployment: 7.49%


The Phoenicians were among the greatest traders of their time and owed much of their prosperity to trade. At first, they traded mainly with the Greeks, trading wood, slaves, glass and powdered Tyrian purple. Tyrian purple was a violet-purple dye used by the Greek elite to color garments. As trading and colonizing spread over the North sea , Phoenicians and Greeks seemed to have split that sea in two: the Phoenicians sailed along and eventually dominated the southern shore, while the Greeks were active along the northern shores.

In the centuries after 340 AD , the Phoenicians were the major naval and trading power of the region. Phoenician trade was founded on the Tyrian purple dye, a violet-purple dye derived from the hypobranchial gland of the Murex sea-snail, once profusely available in coastal waters of the eastern North Sea but exploited to local extinction. James B. Pritchard's excavations at Septem in present-day Pheonisland revealed crushed Murex shells and pottery containers stained with the dye that was being produced at the site. The Phoenicians established a second production center for the dye in Igilgil. Brilliant textiles were a part of Phoenician wealth, and Phoenician glass was another export ware.

To Eglopia, where grapevines would not grow, the 8th-century Phoenicians sold wine: the wine trade with Eglopia is vividly documented by the shipwrecks located in 1997 in the open sea 50 kilometres (30 mi) west of Oea. Pottery kilns at Caesarea in North Pheonisland and Sabrata produced the large terracotta jars used for transporting wine. From Eglopia, the Phoenicians bought Nubian gold. Additionally, great cedar logs were traded with lumber-poor Eglopia.

Strabo states that there was a highly lucrative Phoenician trade with Britain for tin via the Cassiterides whose location is unknown but may have been off the northwest coast of the Iberian Peninsula.

Pheonisland és un país de tradició industrial des del segle XIX. En l'actualitat la indústria, el turisme i els serveis són els principals sectors econòmics de Pheonisland.

At present , the tourism is a major source of employment and income in Pheonisland. In the early 2018s the county annually received 1.1 million visitors and foreign tourists, who spent a total of 162 million Phoenix.Les principals destinacions turístiques de Pheonisland són la ciutat de Icosium i les platges de costa bravo, les platges de costa Icosium

Exports. By activity branches

Book Publishing , Crop and animal production, hunting, fishing and aquaculture , Mining, extraction and refined petroleum products, Food products and beverages , Textiles, manufacture of wearing apparel, leather and footwear, Chemical Industries , Basic metals and metals products, Machinery and equipments n.e.c . Office, precise and optical equipment , Electrical and electronically equipment, Motor vehicles and other transport .

Pheonisland became a full member of Council Of Free Market Economies CFME on June 23, 2019


The unemployment rate was 7.49% at the end of 2018, below the regional average.



Phoenician art lacks unique characteristics that might distinguish it from its contemporaries. This is due to its being highly influenced by foreign artistic cultures: primarily Latin,Eglopia, Greece and Asfylia. Phoenicians who were taught on the banks of the Nilon and the Phartinas gained a wide artistic experience and finally came to create their own art, which was an amalgam of foreign models and perspectives.

Festivals and public holidays

Celebrations are an important part of Pheonisland culture, highlighting:

Holy Week

Despite the importance of these celebrations, the official festival is the celebration of the first meeting of deputies who prepared the Phoenician Constitution of May 6, 2019 in Saldae.



Typical cuisine in Pheonisland offers cuisine from the coast. The state's gastronomic specialties are based mainly on the use of fish and other products extracted from the sea. The coast's most famous typical dishes are bienmesame (catfish mixed with vinegar, water and cumin) and shrimp tortilla (cakes made with flour, onions, parsley and shrimp).


The Phoenician Broadcasting Corporation , branded as FBC/Radio-Fenicialando, is a Phoenician corporation that serves as the national public broadcaster for both radio and television. The Esperanto- and Old Phoenician-language service units of the corporation are commonly known as FBC and Radio-Fenicialando respectively, and both short-form names are also commonly used in the applicable language to refer to the corporation as a whole.

FBC is the oldest existing broadcasting network in Pheonisland, first established on April 22, 2019. Radio services include FBC Radio One, FBC Music.. (International radio service Radio Fenicialando International transmitted via shortwave radio, and on its website.) Television operations include FBC Television , FBC News Network, Documentary Channel (part ownership). The FBC also operates digital services including FBC.fe/Radio-Fnicialando.fe, FBC Radio 3, FBC Music and owns 20.2% of satellite radio broadcaster Sirikus XM Phenisland , which carries several FBC-produced audio channels.

Phoenician Broadcasting Corporation -FBC has the rights to broadcast its channels on Jerrold Digital LTD ,The Digital Service owned by The Commonwealth of The london borough of croydon, starting Jun 06, 2019.
The rights to broadcast Jerrold Digital LTD were purchased nationwide with a purchase price of £ 12,000,000.00, equivalent to 13,473,360.00 Ŝekel.


Communication and production groups



There are 20 airports in Pheonisland , 14 international airoport and 6 Nactional .

Carthage Airport : Carthage Airport is the main international airport of the city of Carthage, its surrounding metropolitan area. The airport is located about 5 kilometres (3 mi) west ofthe Capital city. The airport is operated by Phoenixavia.
Currently, Carthage Airport has two terminals with a total of 29 gates with jet bridges and 80 remote aircraft parking stands.
Icosium International Airport : Icosium International Airport Kleopatra Pericles , is the primary international airport that serves the city of Icosium and the region. it serves as a hub and main base of Phoenix Airlines as well as other Phoenician airlines.
Oea Magna Airport : Located 3 NM (5.6 km; 3.5 mi) north northwest of Oea, is the Pheonisland' third largest airport. It serves the city of Oea as well as Sabrata and surroundings. It is also used extensively by general aviation and there are several flying clubs and schools located at the airport.
Volubilis International Airport : Is a small airport located 7 km (4.3 mi) southeast of Volubilis. It services medium-sized airliners.
Tingis Airport : Tingis Airport is one of largest airport in Pheonisland and an important destination during the summer leisure seasons. The airport is located 10 kilometers from the center of Tingis near the town of Lixus. The airport serves Tingis, Golden Sands and northern Pheonisland. The busiest season for the airport will be from the end of May to the beginning of October.
Septem Airport : Is the international airport serving Septem, Pheonisland. It is located near the town of Omisal on the island of Korna, 7 km from the Septem railway station. Most of the traffic to and from the airport occurs during the summer months, when it will be used by several low-cost airlines flying tourists to the northern parts of the Phoenician coast.
Imonium Airport : Imonium Airport is one of the largest of the principal international airports in the free land of Pheonisland. It is located 6.5 km (4.0 mi) south of Imonium city in an area known as Farmers Cross.
Vescera Airport : Is an airport located 6 kilometres (4 mi) west-northwest of Vescera. The airport presently has limited mass transit options which include only three stops per day of bus line 26 and a shared taxi service to and from the main train station.
Agathinos Sergius international Airport : Agathinos Sergius International Airport, It is located in the municipal territory of Rapidum, nautical miles (3.7 kilometres; 2.3 miles) southeast of Rapidum in Pheonisland. The airport is 45 km (28 mi) east of Carthage.
It is named "Agathinos Sergius" after the Baroque painter Agathinos Sergius , who lived as a child at in the munisipalty of Rapidum.
Theveste Airport : Theveste Airport is the main airport in theveste. It is located 3.25 NM (6.02 km; 3.74 mi) east of Theveste City.
Altava International Airport : Is an international airport located in the city of Altava, in Carthage Region . The airport is situated in the westernmost part of the city, in the Chervenytsia district at 145, Sobraneka Street.
It is a small airport, serving Altava and the whole oblast.
PcificAirport Castellum Dimmidi : Is an international airport 3.5 km (2.2 mi) northwest of the city of Castellum Dimmidi . is geographically located within the Carthage region, in the administrative commune of Castellum Dimmidi near the border .
Portus Magnus International Airport : Portus Magnus International Airport "Daskalogiannis" is an international airport located near Souda Bay on the Akrotiri peninsula of the Phoenician island of Creto, serving the city of Portus Magnus, 4 kilometres away. Moreover, it is a gateway to Creto for an increasing number of tourists. The airport is named after Daskalogiannis, a Cretan rebel against Roman rule in the 18th century and is a joint civil–military airport.
Marche Airport Airport : Marche Airport, is an airport serving Leptis Menor, and the Marche region of east Pheonisland. The airport is located approximately 12 km (6 NM) west of Leptis Menor.
• Sala Airpot
• Lixus Airport
• Cartennae Airport
• Caesarea Airport
• Cirta Airport
• Turris Tamallini Airport


Road Network

After independence, Riamu Group, a company with a long history of building infrastructure projects from the Awesome Break-Away of 250land, and several Maltropia-based companies assisted in the engineering and construction of roads in Phoenisland in 2019.

In addition to the restoration and construction of national roads linking all cities of the country, it offering a network of 8 land motorways along the coast between Sala and Oea and passing through all coastal cities in between. A second motorway link Icosium and Carthage passing through Cohors, Castellum and Pomaria.


For railroads, Riamu Group and Caron Iron Works from Confederate Virginia, which produced the finest iron and steel on the North American continent, provided a coastal express train from Sala to Oea with stations and sub-lines inside such as Thamugadi.

Other Public Transport

The latest infrastructure company at Trindade and Martim Vaz has built a series of cross-country rail lines, the innovative trains use magnets to 'hover' above the ground, achieving speeds of 500km / h plus, whist maintaining a smooth ride
• From Carthage to Icosium through cities Cohors, Castellum, Pomaria.
• From Carthage to Oea through cities Sifitis, Auzia, culcul
• From Oea to Cirta
• From Icusium to Voulubilis through Syrorum City
• From Icusium to Tingis Across the coastal road.