State of Žatec
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The State of Žatec (formerly called Federative Qimelian Republic of Mendersia, also abbreviated to FQRM) is one of the micronations in Central Europe. It borders the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. Žatec's independence (July 12, 2020) was a response to calling the founder of Federal Republic of Mendersia Eric Smith a terrorist.
Motto: Peace, Freedom, Unity
Anthem: La Marseillaise
|Recognised regional languages||Hindi, Italian, Dutch, Hungarian, Spanish|
|Ethnic groups||Czechs and Slovaks (75%)
Indians (7,15%) Dutch (3,57%) Americans (3,57%) Italians (3,57%) Hungarians (3,57%) Spaniards (Colombia) (3,57%) (de facto)Žatecians (100%) (de iure)
|Independence from the Czech Republic|
• Declaration of Independence
|12nd July 2020|
• First elections
|24th-26th July 2020|
• First constitution
|26th July 2020|
|0.051 km2 (0.020 sq mi)|
|Currency||Corona, Euro, Czech koruna (CRN, €, Kč)|
|Time zone||Central European Time (UTC+1)|
• Summer (DST)
|Central European Summer Time (UTC+2)|
|Date format||dd. mm. yyyy;|
|Drives on the||right|
Žatec is located in three European countries - Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia. The territory in Hungary lies in a village called Szemere, the territory is called Szemere Territory (in Czech Szemerské území) and is part of Republic of Librepais. The claimed territory in Slovakia is in its capital - in Bratislava, hence the name Bratislava Territory (In Czech Bratislavské území) - Part of the Republic of Famiteur. In the town of Žatec in the Czech Republic, three other claimed areas - Žatec Teritorry (In Czech Žatecké území) are also part of the Republic of Famiteur. Žatec is thus a landlocked micronation. Žatec is currently not a member of any micronational organisation.