Indipendia is one of the 6 states of Spila.
The central and eastern parts are usually flat, with no peaks higher than 500 m. In the center of the valley is a heart-shaped lake called Herzing. Rivers Knutsor and Norasol flow into it, and river Bijana originates in the lake and flows into the Gulf of Indipendia making a huge delta.
Indipendia, together with the state of Capitalia, is the so-called "heart of Spila". Those two states united in the 11th century and adopted the name Spila for the new country. As the centuries passed by, it became the economically strongest country in the region. That's why Continentia decided to unite with them in 1843. Soon, the Former Escotian Republic of Bedingfieldia decided also to do that. Those united countries attacked Eastern Escotia and put them under Spilian control, thus making the territory of Spila 2.5 times larger than it originaly was.
Today, Indipendia, with its beaches, rivers and the lake, is the biggest touristic attraction in Spila. Recently, the state started to seek for some kind of autonomy within the country. According to the Spilian Government, it seems that it will be rejected.