Kingdom of Buadev
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Buadev officially the Kingdom of Buadev, is an island nation. claiming Two Hummock Island in Antartica The capital, Stanimir, is located on the south west side of the island. It is part of the Palmer Archipelago in the Antarctic Peninsula the highest point is Modev Peak, a mostly ice-covered peak rising to 670 m The population was 45 at the 2018 census.
| Kingdom of Buadev|
Bulgarian: княжество Буадев
Съединението прави силата
Eenheid Maakt Sterk("Unity makes strength")
Location of Two Hummock Island, Antarctica.
|Capital city||Duchy of Stanimir|
|- King of the Buadevians||Rick I Wietmarschen|
|- Grand Sectariat||Samuel Benjamin|
|Legislature||Council of Nobles|
Adrien de Gerlache, leader of the Belgian Antarctic Expedition (1897–1899), discovered the archipelago in 1898. He named it Archipelago Palmer for American Captain Nathaniel Palmer, who navigated these waters in 1820 The island was originally claimed by Derskovia and later annexed by Pavlov, from 2016 until 2017. Buadev was a republic for a short time until the Royalist Revolution happend turning the nation into the current Principality
the Kingdom of Buadev is a democratic, semi-developed micronation which scores 3.7 on Dresner's system of Classification. In addition, it is a "6th World" micronation, according to the Whole Picture calculation of the Boodlesmythe-Tallini System of Classification and Dan's System of Classification. On Miles' Scale of Economic Potential, the Republic of Buadev scores a 5.
The name Buadev comes from the two peaks on the island. Buache and Modev The Modev peak is named after Stanimir Modev, mechanic at St. Kliment Ohridski base in 2002/03 and subsequent seasons. Buache is named after the French cartographer Philippe Buache (1700-1773) who published maps of the south polar region in 1739 and 1754. Informally the name Modevia is also used
In 2013 the Republic of Derskovia claimed Two Hunnock and established the Territory of Libertown The Territory was formed on April 4, and was named after the Liberation of Europe. It had a seat in the Derskovian Senate Libertown was administered by the Derskovian State directly. A Commissioner is appointed to lead the daily government
The Territory had a full suite of laws, and legal and postal administrations
On 13 September after Derskovia merged with Snežanopol. Derskovia abandoned its claim
Principality of Buadev
The name Principality of Buadev is used in literature to describe the attempt to create an autonomous vassal state under the protection of Pavlov in begin 2014, the principality The attempt was not successful due the AMU's claim rules and no such principality ever existed
In late 2016, Pavlov rapidly expanded following the peaceful annexations of Hasanistan Carpathia, Akebar, the Principality of the Qërimoğulları and other regions. One of them was the Palmer Archipelago. In a shock announcement made this morning by His Serene Highness Sovereign Prince Deniz I to the members of the Crown Council, His Serene Highness has declared that the Principality of Pavlov will be dissolved and that all its provinces shall be able to decide their own future
Shady Morsi, Samuel Bakker Anuar Laddas and Dennis Lee proclaimed Buadev as an independent state in 2018 The provisional government is formed and Anuar Laddas is appointed as "Chairman" until new elections are held The provisional government has claimed that Buadev has authority over Two Hunnock This claim was denied due the The Antarctic Treaty . Buadev was a republic for a short time until the Royalist Revolution happend turning the nation into the current Principality. On March the 3rd. Rick the first elevated the nation into a kingdom
Geography, climate, and environment
Two Hummock Island is an ice-covered island, 9.4 kilometres (6 mi) long in a north-south direction, conspicuous for its two rocky summits Buache Peak and Modev Peak 670 metres (2,198 feet) high, lying 9.6 kilometres (6.0 miles) southeast of Liège Island and 11.5 kilometres (7.1 miles) east of Brabant Island in the Palmer Archipelago,
The of Buadev is the world's second-smallest nation by total area (land and water), ranking behind Vatican City Because Buadev's location in the Antarctic Peninsula, Buadev has a mild climate. Its temperatures are warmest in January, averaging 1 to 2 °C (34 to 36 °F), and coldest in June, averages from −15 to −20 °C (5 to −4 °F).
Penguin species found on Buadev, include the chinstrap penguin, emperor penguin, gentoo penguin and the Adelie penguin. Petermann Island is the world's southernmost colony of gentoo penguins. The exposed rocks on the island is one of many locations on Buadev that provides a good habitat for rookeries. The penguins return each year and may reach populations of more than ten thousand. Of these the most common on the Antarctic Peninsula are the chinstrap and gentoo, with the only breeding colony of emperor penguins in West Antarctica an isolated population on the Dion Islands, in Marguerite Bay on the west coast of the peninsula. Most emperor penguins breed in East Antarctica.
The population of Buadev is 119 as of Febuary 21, 2018, its the least populated nation in the world, About 100% of Buadevians live in foreign nation. 45% living in the borders of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Followed by 20% living in Belgium. 10% in the United States and 30% elsewere There were about 20 adult men in Buadev in 2014. The number of women is 4. 11-18 year olds make up the three quaters of the nation
Buadev defines white people as those "having origins in any of the original peoples of Europe, the Middle East, or North Africa." It includes people who reported "White" or wrote in entries such as Irish, German, Italian, Lebanese, Near Easterner, Arab, or Polish." Whites constitute the majority of Buadevs. population, with a total of about 30 or 70% of the population while 20% are black and 10% other
Three languages are recognised as official in Buadev: Dutch, English, and Bulgarian, Apart from being one of the three official languages, Bulgarian is used for cultural purposes. Modevian is used as a conlang in the Duchy of Modevia
Buadev is a secular state, but the state recognises certain religions as officially mandated religions. This gives the state a hand in religious administration and appointment of clergy, in exchange for which the state pays certain running costs and wages. Currently, religions covered by such arrangements are Roman Catholicism, Judaism, Hnduism, Protstantism, Buddism, Lutheranism, Mennonitism and Islam.
The Parliament of Buadev is located in Stanimir, the country's capital. Buadev along with Sark is one of the last fedual states in the world through the Buadevian Constitution of 2018 The head of state is the King, who is from the House of Wietmarschen. The House of Wietmarschen is the highest authority in the nation The government can be removed from office by a royal decree
Buadev is divided into 4 duchies and 2 countries. The duchies are semi independent and have their own laws and local monarchies. The duchies are also known as substates. Countries are directly controlled by the prince and has no autonomy whatsoever.
Buadev also claims Courtney Peak. but its not seen as an integrital part of Buadev
|Flag||Emblem||Name||Population||Capital||Delegates||Head of State||Rulling House|
|60px||60px||Duchy of Buache||52||Korsij||Timothy I||Timothy I||House of Buache|
|Duchy of Modevia||28||Slavnata Solista||Yujayn I||Yujayn I||House of Modevia|
|60px||Duchy of Naseveria||21||Avaris||Vacant||Vacant||Vacant|
|Duchy of Velika Buadev||13||Klinkenburgh||Geoffrey||Geoffrey||House of Velika Buadev|
|60px||Country of Libera||11||Libertown||Rick I||Rick I||House of Wietmarschen|
|Country of Stanimir||7||Stanimir||Rick I||Rick I||House of Wietmarschen|
Buadev has no formal military. Altough a small militia known as the Royal Buadevian Guards exist. Each Duchy has their own army. The biggest of them is the Royal Buachean Army and the His Highness'es Armed Forces