Free City of Vodopol

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Free City of Vodopol
Orașul Liber Vodopol (Romanian)
Libera Civitate Vodopolisensis (Latin)
Coat of Arms of the Free City of Vodopol.png
Coat of arms
Motto: Aeterna Gloria (Romanian)
"Eternal Glory"
Anthem: Imnul național la Orașului Liber Vodopol (Romanian)
"National anthem of the Free City of Vodopol"

Capital
and largest city
Vodopol
Official languagesRomanian
Latin
Religion
Orthodox Christianity
Demonym(s)Vodopolite
Vodopolit (Romanian)
GovernmentUnitary semi-presidential republic
Ned Vodă
• President of the Supreme Council
Dan V.
LegislatureSupreme Council
Establishment
• Established
01 August 2021
Population
• 2021 census
3 residents
4 citizens
CurrencyRomanian Leu (RON)
Time zoneEET (UTC+2:00)
EEST (UTC+3:00)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Driving sideright
Calling code+40
Patron saintSt. Andrew
Preceded by
Vlasynian Despotate

Vodopol (/vɔːdɔːpɔːl/; Romanian: [vodopol]), officially known as the Free City of Vodopol, is a self-declared de facto independent city-state with no international/UN recognition (it is de jure considered part of Romania); As such, it is often referred to as a micronation. Vodopol is located entirely in Southeastern Europe, with its entire territory being surrounded by Romania. It has a predominantly temperate-continental climate. The Free City hosts a population of 3 people, not including an additional 1 citizen living in Romania, outside of its borders. The entire population identifies themselves as Eastern Orthodox Christians and are native speakers of Romanian, a Romance language and one of the two official languages, alongside Latin.

The Free City of Vodopol succeeded the Vlasynian Despotate on 01 August 2021 upon the latter's dissolution.