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Hügeli Soviet Socialist Republic
Flag of The Soviet Socialist Republic of Hügel.png
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Coat of arms

"Equality, not frivolity."
The Internationale

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HSSR claims in dark green
Capital cityRiver Crane Territory
Official language(s)English, Russian
Official religion(s)Atheism, Christianity, Islam
Short nameHSSR
DemonymHot Lad/y or Hügeli
GovernmentSocialist Republic
Established6th September 2019
Area claimed3.7km²
Population43 (as of 1901 census)
CurrencyPound Sterling
Time zoneUTC
National sportAssociation Football (Soccer)


The HSSR, officially the Hügeli Soviet Socialist Republic, and also known as the Hot Lads Soviet Socialist Republic, is a British micronation landlocked within the city of London. It succeeded the Democratic Republic of Baguetteland after it fell due to instability and multiple anti-government groups which tried to topple government control.


The name Hügel was created in early 2019 and it comes from the German word "Hügel" which means hill. The name Hot Lads was brought up in mid-2019 before the HSSR. The name of the nation was HLSSR, an acronym for Hot Lads Soviet Socialist Republic, however it was quickly shortened to HSSR.


The Democratic Republic of Baguetteland was founded by 2 men in August 2017, the Democratic Republic of Baguetteland fell in late 2018 due to instability and disagreements throughout the government and people. It was soon replaced with a socialist government which 7 people would govern the country.

Politics and government

Seven people in the politburo, they decide laws and major events in the HSSR.

Geography and climate

River Crane Territory

Has a temperate oceanic climate, with mild summers and cool winters.