State of Malinovia

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State of Malinovia
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Motto
In fortitudine misericordia
Courage in compassion
Anthem
March of Malinovians
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Capital cityAuroris
Largest cityAuroris
Official language(s)English
French
Malinovian
Official religion(s)Church of Malinovia
Short nameMalinovia
DemonymMalinovian
GovernmentConstitutional monarchy (de jure)
Absolute monarchy (de facto)
- MonarchAydan I
- Prime MinisterTukat Ætimak
- Governor GeneralKim Bligh Calderon
- Supreme JusticeVacant
- Attorney GeneralHelge Kim
Established5 April 2016
Population7
CurrencyCron (/krɔːn/)
Time zoneUTC-07:30 (Malinovian Standard Time)
National sportDodgeball
National dishFried chicken with coleslaw and mashed potatoes
National drinkShirley temple
National animalAlligator
Patron saintAloysius Gonzaga
This micronation is a member of the Union Against Micronational War.

Malinovia (/mɑːl..nv..ʌ/) (French: Etat de Malinovien), known in full as the State of Malinovia, is a self-proclaimed sovereign state, known as a micronation or new country project, which is not recognized by any major geopolitical organization such as the United Nations. Created in 2016 by Aydan Dillon, it began as a satirical childhood project that evolved into a real, physical nation; it has its own currency, newspaper, written constitution, jobs, identity cards, national anthem, and genuine independence movement.

Malinovia's activities are largely constrained to the MicroWiki sector and to a lesser extent on Facebook. The micronation has been heavily scrutinized in the MicroWiki sector for being petty and LARP, while on Facebook it has been endorsed by Kaizer Kastro and Anastasia von Elphberg, who called it "quite impressive" and "lovely" respectively.

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