Micronational World Heritage

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Micronational World Heritage

Micronational World Heritage
Micronational World Heritage

Protect Our Heritages
EstablishedInterim Micronational World Heritage Special Committee in February 2019

Micronational World Heritage was first proposed by X--- (Anonymous) from Federal Republics of Conzorica. Unlike the Micronational Heritage Association, the creation of Micronational World Heritage is completely independent of the Micronational Heritage Association.

Interim Draft

According to the interim draft, the main features of Micronational World Heritage are:

  • Micronations in the world no need to apply for membership status, and Micronations will need to apply for membership if they want to join the Micronational World Heritage Special Committee.
  • Any Micronations in the world are eligible for equal national heritage applications.
  • Even if Micronations does not apply for national heritage status, the Micronational World Heritage Special Committee will review and recognize the Micronation's World Heritage List.

Interim Member States

Temporary First List of Micronational World Heritages

World Heritages Date Notes
Statue of H.R.H.Prince Leonard, Principality of Hutt River 2020
  • To commemorate H.R.H.Prince Leonard. The statue of H.R.H. Prince Leonard has influenced the world.
HM Fort Roughs, Principality of Sealand 2020
  • Originally a Ruins site of World War II, now a maritime habitable artificial territory inherited by the Principality of Sealand.
Nimis and Arx, Royal Republic of Ladonia 2020
  • Created by Queen Carolyn of Ladonia, Nimis (Latin for “too much”) is a maze-like wooden artwork made of 70 tons of driftwood and nails and culminating in a teetering, nine-story wooden tower. Arx (Latin for “fortress”) is a stone and concrete sculpture resembling a melting sand castle.
Seborga Historical City, Principality of Seborga 2020
  • The old history of the Seborga complex.