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|— Department of Anketlər —|
|Created||14 November 2015|
|- Beg||Radia Crann|
|Population (15 August 2017)|
Paravian Humanytaria, also known as Paravian L19, is a department of Nedlando-Khorasan. It is made up of half of the original Paravian dependency of L19, and consists of four classrooms in Radia Crann's high school in rural Midlands, UK. It was granted by Patrick to Ned Greiner due to bureaucratic errors in 2017, thus uniting the L19 region under Nedlandic control.
L19 was originally founded as a Paravian dependency split in governance between the regions of Paravia and Nedland. After Nedland went defunct, the three history classrooms were officially in a state of anarchy with most of Nedland, until May 4 when all of Nedland was reunited under the Republic. On May 13, Nedlandic Humanytaria's status as a dependency was made official.
L19 was originally a colony of Humanytaria. Due to very good relations and the wish by Paravia to expand, Crann gifted the Emperor with the uninhabited territory. It had and still has population, and consists of a few classrooms in Crann's secondary school. The name "L19" comes from the area which the classrooms are in.
L19 and L20 became a part of Humanytaria from April where a national emergency was declared regarding the status of L19. In early 2015 it was declared that a new school building was to be erected and would replace a large portion of the grounds where L19 is located. Radia, the administrator of the former dependency, then discovered that the classrooms in question were only going to undergo name changes. Nonetheless, without the consent of the school, the names of the classrooms in both Paravia and Humanytaria were kept for formal and ceremonial purposes. L17, L10, L18 and L23 remained part of Paravia under the administration of L19 through the process into the present day.