Earldom of Hosamia

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Earldom of Hosamia

For Hosamia!
New London, United States
Capital cityKinhos
Largest cityKinhos and Balway
Official language(s)English
Official religion(s)Hosamism
Short nameHosamia
GovernmentAbsolute Monarchy
- EarlEarl Hosamulas
EstablishedFebruary 10, 2020
CurrencyHosamian Dollar

The Earldom of Hosamia or the 4th Principality of Hosamia, more commonly known as Hosamia, is a micronation in New London, currently independent.


The name is a combination of Hosam, the first ruler, and ia.


Hosamia broke off from Cycoldia and Ticronvidia because the nations kept bickering and Hosamia wanted to remain neutral, so Hosamulas decided to become independent to escape the arguements.


Hosamia just broke off, not much has happened.

Politics and government

It is an absolute monarchy, which means the Earl could do anything he wants though the Earl does want to make some sort of "senate" for law-making.

Law and order

The laws cannot contradict Ticronvidian laws due to its status but other then that the laws are controlled by the Fief

Foreign relations

These are Hosamia's foreign allies:

  • Bandeira stleim.png Manche Established relations, pretty friendly
  • Wolcottia, Established relations, pretty friendly
  • Tüng.png Tüng Empire Recognize each other, pretty friendly


Hosamian Armed Forces

Administrative Divisions

Flag Name Annexed Population Governor
LesserHosamiaFlag.png Proper Hosamia Province July 13, 2019 1 Earl Hosamulas
ZeavellFlag.png Zeavell Province September 18, 2019 1 Earl Hosamulas

Geography and climate

It just consists of 2 houses in New London, with the climate of well...New London.


Doesn't have one but does have a few companies responsible for Hosamian products

Culture and media

Very similar to American culture, but with a more religious look, weeb culture is also pretty popular there