Federation of Belastrova

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Federation of Belastrova
Federatie Belastrovie
Federation of Lostisland
Official seal of Federation of Belastrova Federatie Belastrovie
Dieu est ma force
Country Lostisland
 • GovernorDaniel Morris
 • Total49,070 km2 (18,950 sq mi)
 • Total60
LocationAlexander Island, Antarctica

The Federation of Belastrova is a federation of the Federal Republic of Lostisland. it was Renamed from Pavlov to Belastrova on the 4th of June 2012 to Belastrova, which is an adaptation of the Russian word for 'White Island'


Pre-Micronational History

Alexander Island was discovered by a Russian expedition under Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen on the 28th of January in the year 1821, The island was named after Tsar Alexander I of Russia.

Early History

After being ion dispute with the Republic of Pavlov, Belastrova was named to differentiate between the 'Lostislandic Pavlov and the Pavlovian Republic, after many talks, this confusion was lifted whn Governor Morris Renamed the Federation and agree the now lasting treaty that made it possible for Lostisland and Pavlov to co exist in the Peninsula

Geography & Territory

Lostislandic Belastrova claims Alexander Island. There is a big variety of wildlife on the island from Whales, Commerson Dolphin, Orca's, Penguins and Seals. The Island is for the biggest part covered with ice, one of the more notable things is the Hodgson Lake a former subglacial lake that has emerged from under an ice sheet that covered it.


The Culture in Belastrova is strongly influenced by Mediterranean culture and lifestyle, this is seen by facts that red wine is very popular for example. however now being a Federation of solely Lostisland, it is influenced both by the Russian culture and the nationality of its Governor in the UK


The most popular dish to be served in the Pavlovian Royal court was the "Pavlovian Salad" once created by Premier Alexander Karapavlovič of the Pavlovian Republic, it became popular rapidly, first through the nobility but also in the lower society of the time.

See also