Allye County, Lohana
Allye County is one of the Arm counties.
- For the history of Rallystown, see Rallystown.
Allye County was founded in the 1850s. Rallystown was chosen to be the county seat. Not much else is known about the county's history outside of Rallystown.
Allye County is mostly mountainous. The west end of the Jaspergreen Mountains is located here.
- Molta County (south)
- Barranaugas County, Arubio (west)
- Thompson County, Arubio (west)
- West County (north)
- Earlmann County (east)
- Falkland County (south)
- National Route 35
- State Route 78
- State Route 275
- State Route 778
Allye County, with the state's fourth-largest city as its seat, is one of the most populous counties in Lohana. The population were over 1,000,000 during the last census. Ninety percent of the population was born in Dragoonasag; 74 percent were born in Lohana. Ninety-six percent of the population is able to speak English.
- ↑ "Lohana Place Name Pronunciations", published January 5, 1996