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The Emperors Residence is, as implied, the home of [[Emperor Terry of Essexia]], the first and current ruling monarch of the [[Commonwealth of Essexia]]. It is located in the District of the same name, within the County of Great Baddow, itself inside the province of [[Greater Baddow]].
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The Emperors Residence is, as implied, the home of [[Emperor Terry of Essexia]], the first and current ruling monarch of the [[Commonwealth of Essexia]]. It is located in the County of Great Baddow, inside the province of [[Greater Baddow]].
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== History ==
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The district has been the residence of Emperor Terry since prior to the founding of Essexia in 2017, however it only became a recognised and recorded explicit area under the Provinces Act 2019, passed on the 7th July 2019.
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The area is particularly significant as being the final resting place of the IEN Sprate heavy cruiser (Now used by the Queen Mother as a piece of garden furniture).
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Latest revision as of 18:02, 30 May 2020

District of Emperors Residence
—  District of Essexia  —
District Emperors Residence
Established 7 July 2019
Government
 - Emperor Terry of Essexia
Population (2020)
 - Total 3
Time zone Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) (UTC±00:00)
 - Summer (DST) British Summer Time (BST) (UTC+01:00)

The Emperors Residence is, as implied, the home of Emperor Terry of Essexia, the first and current ruling monarch of the Commonwealth of Essexia. It is located in the County of Great Baddow, inside the province of Greater Baddow.

History

The district has been the residence of Emperor Terry since prior to the founding of Essexia in 2017, however it only became a recognised and recorded explicit area under the Provinces Act 2019, passed on the 7th July 2019.

The area is particularly significant as being the final resting place of the IEN Sprate heavy cruiser (Now used by the Queen Mother as a piece of garden furniture).