Austro-Hungarian Federation

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Österreichisch-Ungarische Föderation (ger)
Osztrák-Magyar Föderáció (hun)
Austro-Hungarian Federation (eng)

National Anthem:
63er Regimentsmarsch (March of the 63rd Regiment)
Currently none.
Capital Wien (de-jure), Salzburg (de-facto)

Official languages
- Official German (High German and Austro-Bavarian), Hungarian
- Minority Slovene, Italian, Czech, Serbo-Croatian, English

Demonym Austro-Hungarian

Government Federal socialist state
- Central Committee of the Provinces Chairman of the Central Committee
Regional Presidents of the Regional Councils

– Formation 9 June 2015

Area claimed ~ 311200 km2

Population No census done yet
~70.000.000 on claimed area (2015)

Currency 1 Euro = 100 Cent (de-facto)
1 Krone = 100 Pfennig = 4 Mark (de-jure)

Official Religion(s) None

National colors Red, White, Green

National flower Edelweiß

Time zone CET/GMT+1

National newspaper vacant

Drives on the Right

Date formats Gregorian calendar

Formats Metric system

Internet TLD .at

The Austro-Hungarian Federation is an autonomous territorial entity, mostly refered to as a micronation that claims as its territory Austria, Czechia, Slovenia, Hungary, Bavaria and the Upper part of Italy (Upper Italy). It was founded with the goal of working on a system combining older and new European entities into the shape of the former Austria-Hungary with a new political system.


The government consists of:

  • the Central Committee of the Provinces as legislature, which is currently comprised of 1 Delegate per Prefecture, summing up to 6 seats.
  • the head of state, the Chairman of the Central Committee of the Provinces + the ministries