Faltrian Subdivisions and Territories
Faltree has a numerous amount of counties and territories. They are listed below.
Faltree is comprised out of a large amount of counties.
New Havre is officially a county and the capital of Faltree. It has a population of two. New Havre was established in 2020, as Faltree needed a new capital. The name of New Havre comes from Havre, Montana.
Yaak is the most populous county in Faltree with a population of 5. It is the oldest continually active county in Faltree.
Bosche is the second oldest county in Faltree. The name of Bosche is an alternative spelling of the slang word for Germans, Boche.
New Forsyth is a county in Faltree. It is named after the Montanan city of Forsyth. Mint is associated with New Forsyth due to the flag.
Big Coulee is a county in Faltree. It is named for the fact that it is a Big Coulee.
Oak is a county in Faltree bordering the US state of Connecticut. Once a part of Canvia, it is one of two counties that were annexed into Faltree in June of 2021.
Tug Hill is a county in Faltree bordering the US state of New York. Once a part of Canvia, it is one of two counties that were annexed into Faltree in June of 2021.
Faltree has multiple governed territories.
Faltrian-Tueoedeth is a territory of Faltree that was created as apart of Faltrian relations with the Republic of Tueoedeth. The territory is under the protection of the Tueoedethian Armed Forces. No one lives in the territory.
Speer Territory was established by Faltree. It is named after Albert Speer. Speer Territory has the highest point in all of Faltree.
Faltree has military zones under its' control that are under the official jurisdiction of the military.
The Faltrian Dam Zone is an occupied military zone under the control of Faltree. It contains multiple water regulating structures and mainly a dam.
Faltree has had subdivisions and territories that are no longer governed.
New Eureka was a county of Faltree, and formerly contained the capital of Faltree.
Faltree Territory was formerly governed by Faltree, and was the namesake of the micronation itself.