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Voting has begun to choose the GUM’s next chair and vice-chair, and the Post‘s polling suggests that the election will come down to the wire. Three delegates are competing for one of MicroWiki’s most prestigious positions: Cameron I of Ikonia, Alex I of Lytera, and Anthony Clark from New Florence. Our polls indicate that either Cameron I or Clark will win. Alex I is trailing behind by a large margin...
Chancellor Clark met with Kaiser Newton I and Chancellor Frisch of the Würtige Empire, and signed a mutual recognition treaty. The three met in London, making for the first in-person diplomatic meeting New Florence has attended...
New Florence has successfully challenged a Grand Unified Micronational policy that incentivised the purchase of plastic bags for life. In early May, Chair Jack Dean announced the Green Development Project, led by the development secretary, Alex I. The project calls for participants to complete various environmentally-focused tasks. A participant earns points by completing specified tasks...
On June 6th, 2015, the Republic of Abies was established on a whim from finding the micronational community and the MicroWiki. Now, 6 years, 2 declarations of independence, and plenty of name and flag changes later, the State of Pacem stands in its place, and today, June 6th, 2021, Pacem celebrates this longevity on Pacem Day...
On the 22nd of May, members of the Greater Tytannia Local Council voted to pass a resolution creating a Greater Tytannia Constabulary, a local police force for the province. Whilst there has been no official comment from local leaders as to the reasoning behind this unprecedented move...
The House of Citizens met on the 30th of January, where the government introduced two key bills. The first was the long-awaited Budget for the 2020-21 financial year, which alongside routine expenditure and Sovereign Grant provisions, set out the voluntary tax scheme...
In a new take on how micronations conduct diplomacy, on 22 May 2021, First Secretary James Bornstein of Desert District sent two physical copies of a treaty of mutual recognition between...
One of Austenasia’s oldest international friends, the Kingdom of Wyvern, has entered into an official alliance with the Empire of Austenasia upon the signing of a treaty earlier today between the sovereigns of the two countries. Although Austenasia maintains close and friendly diplomatic relations with numerous nations – forty two, at present...

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Kingdom of Ebenthal

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Ebenthal, officially the Kingdom of Ebenthal (Portuguese: Reino de Ebenthal), is an enclaved micronation located in South America, bordering Brazil, Roschfallen and Luna. At 6.5 square kilometers (2.5 square miles) and with over 150 people, the territory of Ebenthal is divided into enclaves within the Brazilian states of Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais, in eight cities. The capital and most populated city is Gillisburgh. Portuguese is the national and one of the country's two official languages along with English. German is recognized as a minority language and, along with Spanish, has co-official status in two different federative units. The Ebenthali territory comprises several buildings and lands including farms, a lake and a river. (more...)

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