Republica Ames (Amsish)
|ISO 3166 code||AE|
Unitary parliamentary constitutional republic
|Drives on the||right|
|Patron saint||St William|
Largest urban centres by population
There are many dishes in Ams, the most noticeable being 'The Amsish Breakfast' consisting of bacon, sausage, boiled egg and toast. Another dish, 'Big Boy's Amsish Dinner' contains of mashed potatoes, cut sausages, green beans and brown bread. 'The Amsish Snack' is another dish, containing raisins, peanuts and nougat.
TransportEditThe country's three main international airports at Ams City, Heartstown and Venica serve many European countries and intercontinental routes with scheduled and chartered flights. Flights between Ams and mainland Europe are the most popular. Air Ams is the country's largest air operator.
Railway services are provided by Go Rail Ams, which operates all internal intercity, commuter and freight railway services in the country. Ams City is the centre of the network with Timeson Junction station and Northhill station, linking to the country's cities and main towns.
Motorways, national primary roads and national secondary roads are managed by the Amsish Road Travel Authority, while regional roads are managed by local authorities in the respective areas.
Foreign relations are substantially influenced by membership of the European Union.
Ams tends towards independence in foreign policy, thus the country isn't a member of NATO and has a long-standing policy of military neutrality.
Despite Amsish neutrality during World War II, Ams had more than 70,000 participants in the war through enlistment in the British and French armed forces.