Roman Columbia

Roman Columbia is a Roman province that occupies a large portion of northwestern North America. In the 16th Century, the native Haida and the Romans engaged in a long series of wars that eventually ended with the Roman conquest of the region. Since then, the province has been one of Rome's most loyal, serving as its own signatory in the Treaty of Buffalo (2016).

It is sometimes referred to as "Portugal" due to an erroneous pronunciation of "Portus Cale", Latin for the "Port of Gaia", the original name for Vancouver.

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