Leubantia is a country north of Poland, in the Baltic Sea.
Leubantia was first inhabited by modern humans during the Upper Palaeolithic period. It takes its name from the County of Leubantia, an early Leubantian state which covers what is now Trilfuva Province (which, as it says, surrounds the capital city of Trilfuva), which was founded in 1593 BC. Many other states which take up most of the land area of the rest of Leubantia's provinces formed to make two states in the 5th century BC - the Principalities of Dyluria (to the west) and Leubantia (to the east). In 753 AD, those two principalties merged to found the Kingdom of Leubantia. Leubantia remained a kingdom until after the Second World War, when it became a communist republic. In 1989, Leubantia became a parliamentary republic, and it remains so today.
Leubantia is a mountainious country, with two main mountain ranges - the Trilfuva mountain range, going in a circle around Trilfuva Province, and the St. Fîlä's mountain range, which contains Leubantia's highest peak, Mount St. Fîlä's, which rises 3,564 m (11692.913 ft) above sea level.
It is headed by a President.