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The official flag of Oparia.
|Motto||Libertatem in sempiternum.|
|Minority Languages||Spanish, Korean, and Dutch|
The Republic of Oparia, commonly known as Oparia and the City of Oparia, is a city and republic founded by KyleFrb on the north portion of the New World and is within Ward 1 of the New World Ward Borders. It was founded on April 5, 2020 and is still being developed.
- 1 Boroughs and Zones
- 2 Roads
- 3 Transit
- 4 Building List
- 5 Government
Boroughs and Zones
Oparia is divided into large boroughs and zones within those boroughs.
The Central Borough consists of Unity Island, Holiday Island, and everything south of the junction between the River Jade and River Amethyst but north of the O-1/A1 Freeway. It is the main borough being worked on in Oparia at the moment. Any address in the Central Borough will have the postcode OP1 CN[x].
The Downtown Zone consists of everything east of Government Valley (Diana Street) to the coast. It has many skyscrapers and tall buildings. Any address in the Downtown Zone will have the postcode OP1 CN1.
Government Valley Zone
The Government Valley Zone consists of everything on Diana Street above David Street. It contains many government buildings and bureaucratic centers. Any address in the Government Valley Zone will have the postcode OP1 CN2.
Holiday Island Zone
The Holiday Island Zone consists of Holiday Island and the uninhabited islands to the east. It is home to Holiday Island National Park. Any address in the Holiday Island Zone will have the postcode OP1 CN3.
Unity Island Zone
The Unity Island Zone consists of Unity Island, featuring the Unity of Oparia statue of two hands, one Caucasian and one Brown, and many tributes to Oparia and its foundations. Any address in the Unity Island Zone will have the postcode OP1 CN4.
The Uptown Zone is anything below David Street. It is currently planned. Any address in the Holiday Island Zone will have the postcode OP1 CN5.
North Shore Borough
The North Shore Borough is placed on the North Shore Island directly north of Central Borough. It is a planned residential area with plans for a large seaport. The Metro Line 1 extends into the North Shore Borough. Any address in the North Shore Borough will have the postcode OP1 NS[x].
The Osten Zone consists of everything around Osten Drive. It is the furthest south Zone in North Shore Borough, situated on the River Jade. The Osten Zone has a Mojanghood Community between Osten Drive, Del Río Drive, and Deadbush Road. ManuF_moj helped in the construction of the Osten Zone. Any address in the Osten Zone will have the postcode OP1 NS1.
The Swampside Zone is situated on the west of the Borough facing the swamp on the River Jade. It consists of everything on the west in between Osten Zone and Ballard's Point Zone. Any address in the Swampside Zone will have the postcode OP1 NS2.
The Seaport Zone is situated on the southeast of the Borough facing the ocean. This the place of the future Oparia Seaport. Any address in the Seaport Zone will have the postcode OP1 NS3.
Ballard's Point Zone
The Ballard's Point Zone is situated on the north of the Borough facing the swamp and ocean. It is the place of future luxury homes. Any address in the Seaport Zone will have the postcode OP1 NS4.
Oparia has a unique road infrastructure, and unique road infrastructure plans.
Within Central Oparia, which is the downtown/CBD area of Oparia enclosed by the O-1/A1 highway, there is a simple road standard.
All roads, except in certain circumstances, have two lanes going one way. The next parallel road will go the opposite direction.
All roads going east or west are assigned a masculine name that corresponds to the letter of the street, in terms of how many streets there are north of it. For example, the northern-most eastward/westward road is Adam Street, which is assigned a masculine name that starts with A. The next street over is Benjamin Street, so on and so forth.
All roads going north or south are assigned a feminine name that corresponds to the letter of the street, in terms of how many streets there are east of it. For example, the furthest-eastern road that goes north or south is Alice Street, which is assigned a feminine name that starts with A. The next street over is Belinda Street, so on and so forth.
The Oparia Department of Transport has or has planned a network of highways that are designated as O-[x]. All O roads with single-digits are freeways with the capacity for high speed traffic, which are called "primary O roads." All O roads with two or three digits are designated as major, but not freeways. These are called "secondary O roads." These can range from expressway standard to single-carriageway roads. The first digit in a secondary O road will always correspond to the number of the primary O road it will connect to. For example, the O-18 would connect with the O-1.
Note: the O-1 overlaps with the server-wide highway A1 within the limits of Oparia.
Transit within Oparia is organized and administered by the Oparia National Transit Authority (ONTA). Any ONTA service requires the possession of an ONTA card. All ONTA services have faregates.
The vast majority of transit in Oparia is being planned, but Line 1 of the Metro is completed, with plans to add more stations in the future.
|Number of Building||Name of Building||Type of Building||Completion||Address||Description|
|1||Capitol Building||Town Hall / Capitol||Complete||201 Adam Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Light blue glass dome with a legislature at the top and offices throughout.|
|2||210 Benjamin Street||Small Business / Apartments||Complete||210 Benjamin Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Brick and white concrete apartment building with a MetroMart on the ground floor.|
|3||Millennium Age Apartment Building||Apartments||Complete||111 Benjamin Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||White concrete and oak planks apartment building with garage underneath.|
|4||Consulate of Savage City||Consulate||Complete||100 Carol Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Consulate built by both KyleFrb and Weier made of quartz.|
|5||bluetech headquarters||Corporate||Complete||120 Benjamin Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Distinct building with overlaying triangular levels.|
|6||Baxton's Osten||Supermarket||Complete||2005 Osten Drive, Oparia OP1 NS1||Purple supermarket in the Osten neighborhood.|
|7||WeWork Oparia||Shared Work||Complete||100 Belinda Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Shared workspace made of Cyan Stained Glass and Smooth Stone.|
|8||Dole Holdings HQ||Corporate||Complete||116 Benjamin Street,
Oparia OP1 CN1
|Corporate HQ with Cyan Stained Glass and Gray Concrete splayed to the left.|
|9||Oparia Civic Times||Corporate||Complete||105 Benjamin Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Newspaper office made of Blue Stained Glass and two cylinders.|
|10 (a, b, c)||Septa Towers Public Housing||Public Apartments||Complete||301-307 Adam Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Set of three public housing towers made of Light Blue Stained Glass & Cyan Terracotta.|
|11||Oparia National Security Complex||Government||Complete||120 Diana Street, Oparia OP1 CN2||Light Gray Terracotta and Black Glass building split down the middle by a pathway.|
|12||Justice and Commerce Building||Government||Complete||100 Diana Street, Oparia OP1 CN2||Quartz and Oak Leaves building with outer pillars holding up each floor.|
|13||Central Station||Transit Center||Complete||150 Adam Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||White Concrete and Yellow Glass building with an arch at the top.|
|14||SternaCorp HQ||Corporate||Complete||130 Carol Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Cyan Glass and Prismarine Bricks corporate building with a triangular point at the top.|
|15||220 Belinda Street||Apartments||Complete||220 Belinda Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||End Stone apartment building.|
|16||BP Regional HQ||Corporate||Complete||200 Christopher Street, Oparia, OP1 CN1||Cyan Glass and Cut Sandstone building based off of the Omni Hotel in San Diego, CA.|
|17||240 Belinda Street||Business / Apartments||Complete||240 Belinda Street, Oparia, OP1 CN1||Blue Glass and Iron Block apartment building with luxury store, l'jour, on ground floor.|
|18||Oparia Central Theatre||Theatre||Complete||225 Carol Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Red Nether Brick theatre with a curvy design.|
|19 (a, b)||eden apartment complex||Apartments||Complete||100-110 Benjamin Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Light Gray Concrete with Cyan Glass building based off of the Markthal in Rotterdam.|
|20||Oparia Stock Exchange||Financial||Complete||410 Christopher Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Pointed building made of Light Blue Glass and Gray Concrete.|
|21||Oparia Central Library||Library||Complete||210 Carol Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Polished Diorite and Cyan Glass building with a design like "€".|
|22||Oparia Social Services and Welfare Complex||Government||Complete||111 Diana Street, Oparia OP1 CN2||Polished Andesite and Red Glass Building contouring to the Freeway.|
|23||Department of Interior Main Offices||Government||Complete||155 Diana Street, Oparia OP1 CN2||Cyan Glass & Terracotta, and Smooth Stone building with White Concrete extensions.|
|24||Department of Intelligence||Government||Complete||201 Diana Street, Oparia OP1 CN2||Building with floors stacked on top of one another getting smaller and smaller.|
|25||La Orilla Hotel||Hotel||Complete||220 Adam Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||White Terracotta leaning building with a penthouse on the top facing La Orilla Walk.|
|26||Carnegie Office Building||Corporate||Complete||300 Adam Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||White Concrete and Black Glass building with a
large base and white lines outside.
|27||330 Adam Street||Business / Apartments||Complete||330 Adam Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Bricks and Smooth Sandstone building with La Buccia Eatery on the ground floor.|
|28||Jade Bank Downtown Branch and HQ||Business / Corporate||Complete||230 Carol Street, Oparia OP1 CN1||Bank headquarters, with a branch on the ground floor, made of polished andesite.|
|29||Department of Education||Government||Complete||250 Diana Street, Oparia OP1 CN2||Stone Brick and Chiseled sandstone government building with a water fountain.|
|30 (a, b)||Department of Energy Buildings||Government||Complete||220-230 Diana Street, Oparia OP1 CN2||Polished Diorite and Cyan Glass twin oval towers conjoined on floor 6.|
|31||2027 Del Río Drive||House||Complete||2027 Del Río Drive, Oparia OP1 NS1||Terracotta house on the River Jade.|
|32||2011 Del Río Drive||House||Complete||2011 Del Río Drive, Oparia OP1 NS1||Spruce and Smooth Stone house on the River Jade.|
|33||107 Mojang Lane||Business / Apartments||Complete||107 Mojang Lane, Oparia OP1 NS1||Acacia, Stone, and Andesite Building with a restaurant underneath.|
|34||121 Mojang Lane||Business / Apartments||Complete||121 Mojang Lane, Oparia OP1 NS1||Andesite and Light Gray Concrete building with units above and a MojitoMart below.|
|35||Crackhead Pub.||Business / Apartments||Complete||205 Mojang Lane, Oparia OP1 NS1||Mushroom and Oak building containing the Crackhead Pub.|
|36||2105 Del Río Drive||House||Complete||2105 Del Río Drive, Oparia OP1 NS1||Acacia and Cobblestone slab house on the River Jade.|
|37||3001 Del Río Drive West||House||Complete||3001 Del Río Drive W, Oparia OP1 NS1||Stone, Quartz, and Planks house in the Mojanger Community.|
|38||Medstop Oparia||Business||Complete||2008 Deadbush Road, Oparia OP1 NS1||Concrete pharmacy within the Osten Zone.|
|39||Oparia Mojanger Community Center||Community Center||Complete||2004 Deadbush Road, Oparia OP1 NS1||Large Community center made of Andesite and Dead Coral.|
|40||2110 Del Río Drive||House||Complete||2110 Del Río Drive, Oparia OP1 NS1||Oak Planks and Log house on the inland side of Del Río Drive.|
|41||2001 Osten Drive||House||Complete||2001 Osten Drive, Oparia OP1 NS1||Jungle Wood and Polished Diorite house across from the Mojanghood.|
|42||2011 Osten Drive||House||Complete||2011 Osten Drive, Oparia OP1 NS1||Brick and Andesite house across from the Mojanghood.|
|43||2118 Del Río Drive||House||Complete||2118 Osten Drive, Oparia OP1 NS1||Stripped Oak Wood house on Del Río Drive.|
|44||2009 Del Río Drive||House||Complete||2009 Del Río Drive, Oparia OP1 NS1||Cut Sandstone and Dead Coral house with a driveway on Myrtle Court.|
Oparia is a constitutional republic and representative democracy consisting of three independent and co-equal branches of government: Legislative, Executive, and Judicial. Elections are conducted every two years. Oparia is divided into Districts consisting of roughly the same population each. The Legislative Branch consists of a unicameral Oparian Congress. The Congress consists of three representatives per district and these representatives are elected through preferential voting. The candidates elected can be from any official party or independents; there can be more than one candidate from a party elected to serve a district. Every election cycle, the representatives of the Oparian Congress elect a Speaker of the Congress. This Speaker of the Congress, commonly known as the Speaker, is in charge of organizing legislation to be voted on and to represent the Legislative Branch to the public and to other branches of government.
The Executive Branch consists of a single person ho serves as the President of Oparia and can veto or enact bills and acts from the Legislative Branch and is the international leader of the country. The President can be removed with a two-thirds vote among the Oparian Congress.
The Judicial Branch consists of the Oparian Court System. All Oparian Courts and judicial actions take place in the Central Courthouse. For small-claims, there are unappealable Basic Courts, decided upon by a single judge. For traffic violations, there are appealable Traffic Courts, decided upon by a single judge. For cases of greater weight than appropriate for small-claims, there are appealable Civil Courts. In Civil Courts, the responsibility of the defendant is decided upon by a jury of 6, then the monetary amount of responsibility is decided upon by a single judge. For any criminal charges, there are appealable Criminal Courts, decided upon by a jury of 12. If any Traffic, Civil, or Criminal Court decision is appealed, they move up to the Appeals Court if the Board of Appeals deems the case necessary to be appealed. Appealing a decision by the Appeals Court will move up to the Supreme Court, if the Supreme Court will accept the case