Xussmans

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Xussmans
Total population
121 million (2020)
Regions with significant populations
Xusma.jpeg Xusma112 million
San Carlos Islands Flag.png San Carlos Islands7 million
Greater Sacramento Greater Sacramento2.5 million
Languages
Xussman, Islander Xussman
Religion
Cross11.jpgXussman Orthodox, Ahfariq Islam
Related ethnic groups
Cythusians, New Gandorian, Criubians, Crodorians

Xussmans (Xussman: Ксусманс) are people who identify with Xusma in the South-Eastern Landmass. Xussmans make up the majority of the population in Xusma and San Carlos Islands.

Xussmans (Xussman: Ксусманс) are an Slavic, South-Eastern ethnic group and nation native to Xusma. The majority of ethnic Xussmans live in the Grand Empire of Xusma and San Carlos Islands, but small minorities exist in other neighboring countries. The Xussman language originally was the language of ethnic Xussmans. They are historically Orthodox Christians by religion.

The ethnic Xussmans formed from South-Eastern Slavic tribes and their cultural ancestry is based on the Kalinileuz Peninsula. The Xussman word for ethnic Xussmans is derived from the people of Xus'. The Xussmans share many historical and cultural traits with other Southern peoples, and especially with other East Slavic ethnic groups. The ethnic Xussmans make up the largest of the 23 ethnic groups who live in Xusma, according to the 2019 census. Some 89.20% (99,904,000 people) of the population identified voluntarily as ethnically Xussman. Xussman culture originated from that of the South-Eastern Slavs, who were largely polytheists, and had a specific way of life in the wooded and subtropical areas of the South-Eastern landmass.

Gathering of Xussmans in Zlanskoye

Xussman culture is varied and unique in many respects. It has a rich history and a long tradition in all of the arts, especially in fields of literature and philosophy, classical music and ballet, architecture and painting, cinema and animation, all of which had considerable influence on world culture. Xussman literature is known for such notable writers as Aleksandr Meshcheryakov, Leo Chupov, Fyodor Anokhin, Anton Sabantsev, Vladimir Pyzhalov, Boris Glagolev, Anna Akhmatova, Joseph Vladislav, Maxim Ostapyuk, Vladimir Yemelyanov, Mikhail Sholokhov, Mikhail Belomestny, Andrei Dyomin, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, and Varlam Strelkov. Xussmans also gave the classical music world some very famous composers, including Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and his contemporaries, the Mighty Handful, including Modest Mussorgsky and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. In the 20th-century Xussman music was credited with such influential composers as Dmitri Shostakovich, Sergei Prokofiev, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Igor Stravinski, Georgy Sviridov.