Grand Duchy of St. Konstantin
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In the name of peace and progress!
|England and the Balkans (Croatia and Albania) |
|Capital city||Kamenskiy Sad|
|Official language(s)||English, Ashukov, Russian|
|Official religion(s)||Eastern Orthodoxy|
|Government||Direct-Democratic Constitutional Duchy|
|- Grand Duke||Edward Jacobs|
|- Prime Minister||Sebastian Schriber|
|Legislature||Grand duke exercises power in conjunction with State Council and Imperial Duma|
|Established||October 11, 2014|
|Currency||Ashukov denar Ѥ (Pound, Euro)|
St. Konstantin, officially the Grand Duchy of St. Konstantin, was a small European state of the Tsardom of Ashukovo. Originally the two nations Akharnes and Somster, they merged to form the state on the date of the Tsardom's founding, after the collapse of the Ashukov Federation. It is governed in a bicameral system and uses a form of absolute monarchy.
In regards to the Boodlesmythe-Tallini system the state is a low end 'fith world' micronation. St. Konstantin was also a member and founder of the Micronational Orthodox Cooperative and was formerly a constituent state of St. Luke and Amager.
St. Konstantin was generally a highly respected micronation, and took elements of historical simulation from the Byzantine Empire and the Grand Duchy of Moscow. Upon the creation of the Tsardom of Ashukovo, Eastern Orthodoxy was elevated to an official religion.