|Territory of Derskov-Viadalvia|
Atma is a overseas territory of Derskov-Viadalvia situated in Zoetermeer, bordered on all sides by the dutch province of South Holland. Established on 2014, the Atma is the only part of the Empire to have a real culture,
Shineshore is governed by a lama, who rules as Governing Commissioner in the name of the Atmanese Lamanate. Although the population of Atma
Tibetan culture developed under the influence of a number of factors. Contact with neighboring countries and cultures- including Nepal, India, and China–have influenced the development of Tibetan culture, but the Himalayan region's remoteness and inaccessibility have preserved distinct local influences. Buddhism has exerted a particularly strong influence on Tibetan culture since its introduction in the 7th century. Art, literature, and music all contain elements of the prevailing Buddhist beliefs, and Buddhism itself has adopted a unique form in Tibet, influenced by the Bön tradition and other local beliefs. Tibet's specific geographic and climatic conditions–its altitude, short growing season, and cold weather–have encouraged reliance on pastoralism, as well as the development of a different cuisine from surrounding regions.