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'''Caldari''' is the first and oldest [[Empire of Austenasia|Austenasian]] [[Austenasian March|March]]. With a population of two, it is comprised of a terraced house and garden and is located roughly eleven miles south of [[Palasia]], the Town with which as a March it is associated with for electoral purposes.
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'''Caldari''' is the first and oldest [[Empire of Austenasia|Austenasian]] [[Austenasian March|March]]. With a population of two, it is comprised of a terraced house and garden and is located roughly eleven miles south of [[Palasia]], the Town with which it is associated for electoral purposes.
  
 
Inhabited by the grandparents of [[Lord John Gordon|Lord John Gordon of Palasia]], Caldari was annexed by the Empire by an Act of Parliament on 3 December 2014 in accordance with the wishes of its population.
 
Inhabited by the grandparents of [[Lord John Gordon|Lord John Gordon of Palasia]], Caldari was annexed by the Empire by an Act of Parliament on 3 December 2014 in accordance with the wishes of its population.

Latest revision as of 19:34, 27 July 2021

Caldari
—  March of Austenasia  —

Flag

Arms
Country Flag of Austenasia.png Empire of Austenasia
Founded 3 December 2014
Government
 - Margrave and Margravine J. and M. Alexis
Area
 - Total 2.118e-4 km2 (0 sq mi)
Population
 - Total 2
Time zone UTC
 - Summer (DST) BST (UTC+1)


Caldari is the first and oldest Austenasian March. With a population of two, it is comprised of a terraced house and garden and is located roughly eleven miles south of Palasia, the Town with which it is associated for electoral purposes.

Inhabited by the grandparents of Lord John Gordon of Palasia, Caldari was annexed by the Empire by an Act of Parliament on 3 December 2014 in accordance with the wishes of its population.

As a March, Caldari is not administered by a Town Council but by a Margrave and Margravine. These are its two residents, John and Maria Alexis.