Administrative Divisions of the Four Kingdoms of Millania

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Millania's Administrative divisions are notable for its extremely complicated system of classification, each separate constituent realm also having its own distinct system.


Prefectural Map of Mainland Millania.
Municipal Map of Mainland Millania.
Name Flag Leader Capital Population
Constituent Kingdoms
Millanian Empire ISMNG.png H.I.R.M. Emperor Carlos I Granada Nicosi, D.C., Pasabrillo 35
Free Commonwealth of Yochtia SULHOW.png H.E. Captain Regent Edmund Howell
H.E. Captain Regent Connor Smith
Yåktspøða (Yeetport) 9
Duchy of Charlbrough CHB.png H.E. Duchess Charlotte Charlbrough Proper 5
Princely Electorate of Sirusia Sirusia.png H.E. Prince-Elector Nicolás Nueva Babougrad 1
Kingdom of Anderssonia ADS.png H.R.H. Ingonyama Thomas Toika II Inhloko 10 Registered
Free Commonwealth of Kayutsastan KAY.png H.E. Captain Regent Thomas Kap Chatham 12 (Estimate)


As afforded by the Nakjatsa, the primary top-level administrative division, under a unitary state, is the prefecture. There are currently eighteen prefectures under four distinct classes:

  • Prefectures are the most common type of prefecture. Nine out of the eighteen prefectures are under this class. Prefectures are characterized by having a capital city or town, which affords them a Prefect, a leader of the division.
  • Circuits are prefectures found in the region of Hong Kong. There are two circuits; Seilung and Fushan. Circuits are fundamentally functionally the same as prefectures, but are instead led by Daimyōs, the second oldest system of nobility in Millania, now only existent in administrative roles and with no noble benefits.
  • Provinces are prefectures whose capital is a village, and thus do not meet the requirement to have a prefect. These prefectures are directly administered by the National Government. Six out of the eighteen prefectures are provinces.
  • Metropolitan Prefectures are prefectures which consist of a national capital, and are led by Prefect-Mayors. The only metropolitan prefecture is Granada Nicosi, D.C..

High Departments and Departments are the other top level under the unitary state, however do not have a population. There are currently none of these subdivisions, however, there used to be eleven.


Millania's Territories are plots of land which are not in the mainland of Millania or do not fit within the sphere of influence of the Oriental Prefectures. Crown Dependencies, Dominions, Overseas Collectivities, and Overseas Territories all have varying degrees of autonomy under the Crown, which is unspecified in the Constitution, however, it is noted that Crown Dependencies are the closest in autonomy to a prefecture. Crown Colonies are ruled by the Emperor directly.


Millania separates its second-level administrative divisions into municipalities, which can be grouped into five classes:

  • Villages are settlements which have an exceedingly small population, and possibly are ceremonial capitals,
  • Towns are settlements with small populations, and have mayors,
  • Cities are settlements which have moderate to large populations, and have mayors,
  • Corregimientos are either unpopulated or uninhabitable parts of prefectures, usually ruled by neighboring villages, towns, or cities, and
  • Special Wards are municipal level wards, only found in Granada Nicosi, D.C..

The only existing bottom-level administrative divisions in Millania are the wards of Pasabrillo, of which there are three.

Regions and Masses

Millania is traditionally divided into seven integrated regions, (plus Andea, a group of territories in Antioquia and Risaralda), and five overseas regions. These regions are not official administrative units, but are used for regional division in a number of contexts. For instance, maps divide Millania into the eight regions, weather reports usually give the weather by mass, and businesses and institutions use their home region as part of their name.

Andea is often regarded as its own eighth region, due to the territories having close proximity to the mainland, and having similar geographic and cultural traits. Millanian Rattanakosin and Tsizau are usually grouped with Victoria.

Each region groups several of the country's 18 prefectures, 2 Oriental territories, and 4 Andean territories. Of the two main contiguous landmasses (classified as masses; the Mainland and the Oriental Prefectures), the Oriental Prefectures make up a region while the Mainland is divided into six regions. The other territories around the world are usually included in either Bolivar, but are sometimes treated as their own ninth, tenth, and eleventh regions.

Administrative Divisions of Millania

Division Type Region Prefect Capital Population
GRANADANICOSI.png Granada Nicosi, D.C. Metropolitan Prefecture Ancacho Stephen Freayth not applicable 5
PRIETSTINA.png Prietstina Prefecture Monteprieto Austin Jaax Prietona 3
URIBIA1.png Uribia Prefecture Uribia HIRM Santiago San Millán de las Indias 3
LLAMASHIMANANU2.png Llamashimananu Prefecture Uribia Jack Satterfield Yitiapotl 2
RIOALCALA1.png Rio Alcalá Prefecture Ancacho Risa Resnick Puerto Alcalá 2
SEILUNGGONG.png Seilung Gong Circuit Victoria Charlotte Baxter-Bray Pasabrillo (Chienshei Wan) 4
SAAMFUSHAN.png Saam Fushan Circuit Victoria Zoey Liu Tregunter 2
SURDELAVALLA.png Sur Dela Valla Prefecture Monteprieto Nicholas Randouler Santiago de Indias 2
DECALOCHO.png De Calocho Prefecture Calocho Thomas Andersson Ciudad Calocho 2
SDCALOCHO.png Sur De Calocho Prefecture Calocho Risa Resnick Bosquerra 2
VACA.png Tierra de Vaca (Baxa) Province Bolivar not applicable Arbolea del Oeste 1
CASAVERDE.png Casaverde Province Bolivar not applicable La Casaverde 1
SANTAMARIA.png Santamaría Prefecture Bampucho Infanta Antonia Arbolea 3
ANTONIANA.png Antoniana Province Bampucho not applicable Carlos 1
TRINIDAD.png Santísima Trinidad Province Bampucho not applicable Nueva Galicia 1
BLANCETA.png Chibcha Prefecture Calocho Edmund Howell Narán 1
QUINTA.png La Quinta Province Bampucho not applicable Nueva Barcelona 1
PUERTOCAÑON.png Puerto Cañon Province Calocho not applicable not applicable 1
Crown Dependencies
MSIAM.png Millanian Rattanakosin Crown Dependency Orient Thomas Andersson Wākea 0
POTOMAC.jpg Potomac Crown Dependency America Jaime Millán Thornbush 0
TSIZAU.png Tsizau Crown Dependency Orient Nicolás Millán Pasabrillo 0
ALV.png Alvaroa Crown Dependency Andea Alvaro Millán Sepestrella 0
AVILIA.png Avilia Crown Dependency Sierras HIRM Carlos I Sabara 0
AGUASFRIAS.png Aguasfrías Crown Dependency Andea Ramiro Millán Soledad 0
Overseas Collectivities
MEDELLIN.jpg Entrelbosque Overseas Collectivity Andea Jaime Millán Polagrada 0
Overseas Territories
RINCONIA.jpg Caribea Overseas Territory Rincón HIRM Santiago Palmera 0
UGWADULE.png Ugwadule Overseas Territory Africa HIRM Carlos I not applicable 0
Crown Colonies
CORNOSIA.jpg Cornosina Crown Colony America HIRM Carlos I not applicable 0
SANNICOLAS.png San Nicolás Crown Colony Andea Luz Maria Uribe Lealtad 0

Other Constituent Realms

Yochtia, Kayutsastan, and Anderssonia seperate their administrative divisions into regions (its can be noted that Anderssonia calls them Inxenye Yelizwe), under unitary states under their respective Crowns and Legislatures. Sirusia and Charlbrough do not have administrative subdivisions.

Administrative Divisions of Yochtia

Name Governor Capital Population
YEETPORT.jpg Yåktspøða (Yeetport) Edmund Howell not applicable 2
KORALILAND.png Krallæklånt (Koraliland) Nicolás Millán Kralliyigårt 2
Lusitanslånt (Lusiton) Edmund Howell Lucitansgårt 1
KINCOR.png Cornosina Connor Smith Kalifssgårt 4
CONNOROFKENT.jpeg Kánérshåv (Kanershoff) Connor Smith Sultansgårt 3