Græcia

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Governorate of Græcia

Flag of the Governorate of Græcia.png
Flag
Coat of arms of the Governorate of Græcia.png
Coat of arms

Motto
Θανέειν πέπρωται ἅπασιν –Πυθαγόρας
To die is everyone's destiny –Pythagoras
Anthem
(provisional)
«Ἐμπρός εἰς τὰς Ἀθήνας»
"March to Athens"
Locator map of Græcia (March 2021).png
Map of territories currently ruled by Græcia.

Official website
Governorate of Græcia
CapitalAndriopolis (Ἀνδριόπολις, executive)
Hagia Aikaterini (Ἁγία Αἰκατερίνη, legislative and judicial)
Largest cityAndriopolis (Ἀνδριόπολις)
Official languagesHellenic Andriopolis Hagia Aikaterini Sisypheia Vathy
Neoclassical Latin Andriopolis Uznesenje Blažene Djevice Marije Perusia TBD
South Ruthenian Čěrneś
Græcian Perusia TBD
Recognised regional languagesBosnian Sarajbosna
Croatian Uznesenje Blažene Djevice Marije
Greko TBD
Griko TBD
Italian Perusia
Neapolitan TBD
Serbian Sarajbosna
Sicilian TBD
Auxiliary languagesEnglish
French
Italian
German
Serbian
Bulgarian
Romanian
Belarusian
Ukrainian
ReligionGræcian paganism (elite only)
Eastern Orthodoxy
DemonymGræcian
GovernmentGeniocratic Government
Quintus De Vitaliis
LegislatureSenate
Establishment12 October 2020 AD
• Foundations:
20 August 2020 AD
• Current constitution:
8 October 2020 AD
Area
• de jure
73,164,550 km2 (28,248,990 sq mi)
• de facto
TBD
Population
• Estimate
TBD
Currency(de facto) Euro () Andriopolis Čěrneś Hagia Aikaterini Perusia Sisypheia Vathy TBD
(de facto) Convertible mark (BAM) Sarajbosna
(de facto) Kuna (HRK) Uznesenje Blažene Djevice Marije
(de jure, provisional) Græcian Stater (Ғϛ)
Time zoneVarious
Date format(AUC) yyyy.mm.dd
Drives on theright
Calling code+30 Andriopolis Čěrneś Hagia Aikaterini Sisypheia Vathy
+39 Perusia TBD
+385 Uznesenje Blažene Djevice Marije
+387 Sarajbosna
Patron saintSaint Nicholas
Internet TLD(de facto) .ba Sarajbosna
(de facto) .gr Andriopolis Čěrneś Hagia Aikaterini Sisypheia Vathy
(de facto) .hr Uznesenje Blažene Djevice Marije
(de facto) .it Perusia TBD
(de jure) none

Græcia, often misattributed as "Graecia", (UK: [ˈgɹiːsi.ə], US: [ˈgɹiːʃə]) (Hellenic: Γραικία Ğrekía [ɣreˈci.a]; Neoclassical Latin: GRÆCIA [ˈɡrae̯.ki.a]; South Ruthenian: Грѣкііа Ħrækija [ˈɣræ.ci.(j)a]), officially the Governorate of Græcia (Hellenic: Κυβερνεῖον τῆς Γραικίας Kyvernī̃on tī̃s Ğrekías; Latin: GVBERNĀTORĀTVM GRÆCIÆ; South Ruthenian: Ґоубєрнііа Грѣкііа Goubernija Ħrækija) is a self-proclaimed territory located mainly in Hellas, in South–Eastern Europe (the Balkan peninsula). As of March 2021 AD, the territory claimed by Græcia is a set of pieces of land in Hellas, Italy, Croatia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Græcia is a hobby microstate led by the Governor, Quintus De Vitaliis, who is aspired to combine the traditional values passed down by his ancestors with his own ambitions, aims, ideas and values, through this "micronation project".

Etymology

The term "Græcia" is of Latin origin, deriving from the Latin adjective "Græcus" and ultimately descending from the Ancient Hellenic adjective «Γραικός», designating a member of the tribe of Graeci who left Bœotia in order to establish colonies in Magna Græcia, in southern Italy. The term itself is derived from the Proto-Indo-European root "*ǵerh₂-" (“to grow old”). In Ancient Hellenic mythology, Graecus was said to be a son of Thessalos, the king of Phthia; or else a son of Pandora and Zeus.

History

On Thursday the 20th of August 2020 AD, Quintus De Vitaliis decided to lay the foundations of his own micronation, after 5 months of extensive thought and internal debate, thus proclaiming the intention to establish the Provisional Government of Græcia.

The microstate was officially established on the 12th of October 2020 AD, as the Governorate of Græcia.

During the span of the first five month of its existence, the Governorate of Græcia has claimed a total of 8 different areas, as well as a placeholder for its future expansion in Southern Italy.

Politics

Government

Per the first constitution of Græcia, the microstate is governed by a geniocratic government, led by the Governor. The legislature is conducted by the Senate, a collective of 500 citizens elected to represent the microstate, 100 of which are permanent senators. The Senate holds discussions every day, with the exception of public holidays. Every decision made by the Senate must have the Governor's approval, in order to be effective; the unapproved laws can only be further discussed and applied one more time - if the Governor's answer is still negative, the current Senate is obliged to discard said laws. The Senate Seat is located in the borough of Hagia Aikaterini.

The de jure Government Seat is also located in Hagia Aikaterini, but as of the 5th of November 2020 AD, a de facto Government Seat was appointed by the Governor in Zagreb, Croatia, a settlement temporarily claimed and renamed to "Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary" (Croatian: Uznesenje Blažene Djevice Marije).

Foreign relations

The foreign affairs of the Government are managed by the Office of the Governor, the official responsible for the microstate's affair in its current, pre-establishment form.

Græcia is a member of the following micronational organisation(s):

Græcia has also signed the Treaty of Larissa with fellow Hellenistic League members, on the 21st of January 2021 AD.


As of the 29th of December 2020 AD, the Office has established the following diplomatic micronations:

Flag Coat of arms Name Macronational
location(s)
Treaty signed Notes
Rhomania Flag.png Rhomania CoA.png Rhōmanía Flag of Greece.png Hellas 20th of August 2020 AD Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
Flag of Vishwamitra.svg Coat of arms of Vishwamitra (2021).svg Vishwamitra Flag of India.png India 12th of October 2020 AD (informal)
8th of February 2021 AD (formal)
Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
Flag of Pangration.png Coatofpangrati.png Pangration Flag of Greece.png Hellas 13th of October 2020 AD Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
SPG Flag.png SPG Emblem.png Shivpalganj Flag of India.png India 17th of October 2020 AD Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
14666041 1144196982343798 6693603377461508852 n.jpg Nocoa.png State of Birland Noflag.png Bir Tawil 19th of October 2020 AD Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition
(talks started on the 13th of October).
HER Flag.jpg Sir Knight Tony T. Williams (H.E.R. Seal).jpg Humanitarian Empire and Realm USA Flag.png USA
Flag of Ireland.png Ireland
Flag of Scotland.png Scotland
10th of December 2020 AD Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
Kingdom of Ashukovo flag.png Republic of Ashukovo Coat of Arms.png Ashukovo Flag of Albania.png Albania
Flag of Russia.png Russia
Flag of Slovakia.png Slovakia
USA Flag.png USA
15th of December 2020 AD De facto diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.*
BN Flag 2.png Nocoa.png Byzantium Novum USA Flag.png USA 15th of December 2020 AD De facto diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.*
Ok1.jpg Ok2.png Doriea Flag of Greece.png Hellas 15th of December 2020 AD De facto diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.*
Civil Flag of Imperium Aquilae.png Coat of Arms of Imperium Aquilae 2.png Imperium Aquilae Flag of Greece.png Hellas 15th of December 2020 AD (informal)*
3rd of March 2021 AD (formal)
Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
Imperial Flag of Imvrassia.jpg Basileia of Imvrassia.png Imvrassia Flag of Greece.png Hellas
Flag of Spain.png Spain
15th of December 2020 AD (informal)*
3rd of March 2021 AD (formal)
Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
Οβρελστία.png Ovrestlian COA.jpeg Ovrestlia Flag of Greece.png Hellas 15th of December 2020 AD De facto diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.*
Posi.jpg Coarop.jpg Poseidonia Flag of Greece.png Hellas 15th of December 2020 AD De facto diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.*
Flag of Zenia.png Zenia CoA.png Zenia Flag of Greece.png Hellas 15th of December 2020 AD De facto diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.*
Flag of the Kingdom of Grýttlund.png Shield of the Kingdom of Grýttlund.png Grýttlund Flag of England.png England 13th of January 2021 AD Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
Post-flag.svg Coat of arms of PoST.svg St. George Flag of Greece.png Hellas 7th of February 2021 AD Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
Flag of Bacon Soviet.png State emblem of Bacon Soviet.jpg Bacon Soviet Flag of Japan.png Japan 14th of February 2021 AD Mutual recognition and bona fidēs.
Flag of Snagov.svg COAMIC.png Snagov Flag of Romania.png Romania 16th of February 2021 AD Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
Republic of istriei.PNG.png Coats of Arms Rep Istriei.png Istria Flag of Romania.png Romania 27th of February 2021 AD Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
Official-New-Flag-Of-Kanaga.jpg Nocoa.png Kanaga Island Flag of Alaska.png Alaska 10th of April 2021 AD Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
Noflag.png Nocoa.png Starvania Flag of the United States.png USA 10th of April 2021 AD Diplomatic relations and mutual recognition.
EspiumFlag.png EspiumEmblem.png Espium Republic Flag of Shetland.png Shetland TBA Informal relations.

^* As part of the Hellenic League membership.

The Office is also responsible for issuing statements regarding current international events, outlining the policy of the Government regarding those events.
As of the 28th of September 2020 AD, the Office has released statements for the following current events:

Event Stance Date Source
Conversion of Chora Church in Constantinople into a Mosque by Turkey Condemnation 22nd of August 2020 AD [1]
Rule of Serbia over Kosovo and Metohija Recognition 22nd of August 2020 AD [2]
Dayton agreement section regarding Brčko District, in Bosnia and Herzegovina No longer recognised as a special entity, but as part of Republika Srpska 23rd of August 2020 AD [3]
Parliamentary election in Montenegro In favour of a safe, peaceful process that will lead to the demise of anti-Serbism 30th of August 2020 AD [4]
Hellenic state's negligence regarding the wildfire that affected the archaeological site of Mycenae Condemnation 31st of August 2020 AD [5]
Demolition of the Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Georgios in Proussa by Turkey Condemnation 3rd of September 2020 AD [6]
Fires on the island of Lésvos, in Hellas Condemnation 9th of September 2020 AD [7]
Hellas state issued school book depicting Greek Orthodox Churches without crosses, but rather distorted columns on top of the domes. Condemnation 12th of September 2020 AD [8]
Nagorno-Karabakh conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Neutral – in favour of the Armenian citizens of Artsakh 28th of September 2020 AD [9]
Burmese coup d'état and deposition of the State Counsellor of Burma, Aung San Suu Kyi. In favour of Aung San Suu Kyi's removal from power. 1st of February 2021 AD [10]

Law and justice

Although the judicial capital happens to correspond with the legislative, the Judiciary is independent of the Executive and the Legislature and comprises two Courts: the Supreme Criminal Court (Ἄρειος Πάγος) and the Public Civil Court (Ἡλιαία). The Supreme Criminal Court is responsible for the conviction of criminals, decided by a group of five judges, including the Supreme Judge, who is responsible for the verdict and the maintenance of order during the trial. As for the Public Civil Court, the jury is composed by any individual -man or woman- above the age of 20. The maximum number of people in the jury is set to 250. The accuser and the accused parties are both allowed to bring no more than 7 defence witnesses each. Whatever the jury's conclusion is, it can only work as a tie breaker, in case the four judges can't reach a conclusion.

The Græcian Constabulary (Greek: Γραικική Χωροφυλακή) is the national police force of Græcia. It is an agency with responsibilities ranging from road traffic control to counter-terrorism.

Military

Although the militarisation of the micronation is not a top priority at the moment, the Government is ready to recruit citizens (men and women over 20 years of age) in order to defend its integrity.

It shall consist of three branches:

  • Græcian spec ops (commandos and cavalry, Borough of Čěrneś)
  • Græcian maritime force (navy and coast guard, Borough of Andriopolis)
  • Græcian cyber force (Borough of Hagia Aikaterini)

Administrative divisions

The first territories of Græcia were classified as Boroughs and Districts. Following the micronation's constant plans for expansion, including overseas territories, the Senate decided on the 25th of February 2021 AD to re-organise the administrative divisions of Græcia, with the inclusion of provisional territories.

There are currently three Capital Districts, namely Upper Andriopolis (Ἄνω Ἀνδριόπολις), which is the State Capital reserved for the Senate and all official events, Lower Andriopolis (Κάτω Ἀνδριόπολις), which is the administrative center of the state and Upper Hagia Aikaterini, the legislative and judicial capital of the microstate.

Flag Coat of Arms Region SCM-1001 Code Pop. Area (m2) Head of government Official language Regional anthem Patron saint
Voivodeships
Flag of the Aegean Voivodeship.png Coat of arms of the Aegean Voivodeship.png Aegean Voivodeship
Hellenic: Βοεβοδάτον τοῦ Αἰγαίου (Voevoðáton tũ Ejéu)
Latin: PALĀTĪNĀTVS ÆGÆICVS
AEG TBD TBD Voivode
TBD
Hellenic
Latin
«Ὁ Ναύτης τοῦ Αἰγαίου»
"The Aegean Marine"
Dionysius the Areopagite
Flag of the Voivodeship of Magna Græcia.png Coat of arms of the Voivodeship of Magna Græcia.png Voivodeship of Magna Græcia
Italian: Voivodato di Magna Grecia
Hellenic: Βοεβοδάτον τῆς Μεγάλης Γραικίας
Latin: PALĀTĪNĀTVS MAGNÆ GRÆCIÆ
Neapolitan: Voivodato 'e Magna Grecia
Sicilian: Voivodatu di Magna Grecia
Griko, Greko: Παλαϊνάτο τῆς Μάλη Γκρικ́ία (Palainàto tĩs Màli Gricìa)
Græcian: TBD
MGR TBD TBD Voivode
TBD
Italian
Hellenic
Latin
Neapolitan
Sicilian
Griko
Greko
Græcian
"Tarantella Napoletana" Saint Lucia of Syracuse
Flag of Moreas Voivodeship.png Coat of arms of Moreas Voivodeship.png Moreas Voivodeship
Hellenic: Βοεβοδάτον τοῦ Μωρέως
South Ruthenian: Воієводьство Мѡрєіа (Vojevod'stvo Mōreja)
MOR TBD TBD Voivode
TBD
Hellenic
South Ruthenian
«Τὸ τραγούδι τοῦ Μωρέως»
"Song to Moreas"
Paul the Apostle
Flag of the New Yugoslavia Voivodeship.png Coat of arms of the New Yugoslavia Voivodeship.png New Yugoslavia Voivodeship
Serbian, Bosnian, Croatian: Војводство Нова Југославија (Vojvodstvo Nova Jugoslavija)
NYU TBD TBD Voivode
TBD
Serbian
Bosnian
Croatian
Latin
Хеј, Словени (Hej, Sloveni)
"Hey, Slavs"
Saint Sava
Boroughs
Andriopolis Borough Flag.png Andriopolis CoA.png Andriopolis
Hellenic: Ἀνδριόπολις
AN (de jure) 1.448
(de facto) 58
(de jure) ~68.890.000
(de facto) TBD
High Burghermistress
Diamantē Russo
Hellenic
Latin
«Ὕμνος τῆς κα΄ Ἀπριλίου ᾳϡξζ΄»
"Hymn of the 21st of April 1967"
Saint Marina the Great Martyr
ABVM-UBDM Borough Flag.png ABVM-UBDM CoA.png Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Croatian: Uznesenje Blažene Djevice Marije
AU (de jure) ~5.570
(de facto) 4
(de jure) 2.960.000
(de facto) TBD
High Burghermistress
Evangelina De Vitaliis
Croatian
Latin
Pjesma Zagrebu
"Song to Zagreb"
The Blessed Virgin Mary
Čěrneś Borough Flag.png Čěrneś CoA.png Čěrneś
South Ruthenian: Чърнєсь
CR (de jure) 202
(de facto) 0
25.409,94 High Burghermaster
Iōhannēs Dimitrijević
South Ruthenian Һєй, Словѣнє (Hej, Slovæne)
"Hey, Slavs"
Saints Cyril and Methodius
Hagia Aikaterini Borough Flag.png Hagia Aikaterini CoA.png Hagia Aikaterini
Hellenic: Ἁγία Αἰκατερίνη
AA (de jure) ~21.000
(de facto) 1
(de jure) 1.060.000
(de facto) TBD
High Burghermaster
Quintus De Vitaliis
Hellenic «Περνάει ὁ Στρατός»
"The Army is passing"
Saint Catherine the Great Martyr
Perusia Borough Flag.png Perusia CoA.png Perusia
Italian: Perugia
Latin: PERVSIA
Græcian: TBD
PE TBD TBD High Burghermaster
Quintus De Vitaliis
Italian
Latin
Græcian
"Giovinezza"
"Youth" (1922 lyrics)
Saint Herculanus
Sarajbosna Borough Flag.png Sarajbosna CoA.png Sarajbosna
Serbian, Bosnian: Сарајбосна
SB TBD TBD High Burghermaster
Iōhannēs Dimitrijević
Serbian
Bosnian
Марш на Дрину (Marš na Drinu)
"March on the Drina"
Taxiarches Archangels
Michael and Gabriel
Sisypheia Borough Flag.png Sisypheia CoA.png Sisypheia
Hellenic: Σισυφεία
SI TBD TBD High Burghermaster
Lucianus III Dimitrijević-De Vitaliis
Hellenic «Ὕμνος τοῦ Ἐ.Δ.Ἑ.Σ.»
"Hymn to the NRGL"
Saint George
Vathy Borough Flag.png Vathy CoA.png Vathy
Hellenic: Βαθύ
VA TBD TBD High Burghermaster
Sophia-Diamantē Dimitrijević-De Vitaliis
Hellenic «Ὕμνος εἰς τὴν Ἑλευθερίαν»
"Hymn to Liberty"
Apostle and Evangelist
Saint John the Theologian
TBD TBD TBD TBD High Burghermaster
TBD
Italian
Hellenic
Latin
Græcian
Neapolitan
Sicilian
Griko
Greko
TBD Saint Irene
Districts
Upper Andriopolis
Hellenic: Ἄνω Ἀνδριόπολις
AN-A (de jure) 516
(de facto) 48
(de jure) ~46.500.000
(de facto) TBD
Hellenic
Latin
Saint Paraskevi
Lower Andriopolis
Hellenic: Κάτω Ἀνδριόπολις
AN-K (de jure) 932
(de facto) 10
(de jure) 22.390.000
(de facto) TBD
Hellenic
Latin
Saint Nicholas
Kapšala
South Ruthenian: Капшала
CR-K (de jure) 71
(de facto) 0
8.927,05 South Ruthenian Saint Constantine the Great
Moustreca
South Ruthenian: Моустрєца
CR-M (de jure) 26
(de facto) 0
3.404,99 South Ruthenian Saint Matrona Chiopolitis
Oŕlověji xŕb'tě
South Ruthenian: Орьловъї хрьбьтъ
CR-Ο (de jure) 75
(de facto) 0
9.504,98 South Ruthenian Saint Helena
Ćougou
South Ruthenian: Ћоуґоу
CR-C (de jure) 30
(de facto) 0
3.572,92 South Ruthenian Saint Panteleimon
Flag of the Governorate of Græcia.png Coat of arms of the Governorate of Græcia.png Governorate of Græcia
Hellenic: Κυβερνεῖον τῆς Γραικίας
Latin: GVBERNĀTORĀTVM GRÆCIÆ
South Ruthenian: Ґоубєрнііа Грѣкііа
GR (de jure) ~28.160
(de facto) 63
(de jure) ~73.164.550
(de facto) TBD
Governor
Quintus De Vitaliis
Hellenic
Latin
South Ruthenian
(provisional)
«Ἐμπρός εἰς τὰς Ἀθήνας»
"March to Athens"
Saint Nicholas

Demographics

Religion

Although the majority of the citizens of Græcia are Greek Orthodox, there is a small amount belonging to the so called "elite" who practice Græcian paganism. Apart from them, almost 20% of the population are Roman Catholics.

Religion in Græcia as of January 2021 AD
Greek Orthodoxy
  
70%
Roman Catholicism
  
19.72%
Græcian paganism
  
4.2%
Islam
  
0.07%
Judaism
  
0.01%
Spiritual but not religious
  
2%
Atheism and irreligion
  
3%
Other and undeclared
  
1%

Græcian paganism revolves around a collection of 7 deities; one for each day of the week:

  1. Moon goddess, associated with the moon, death and sorrow
  2. Fire goddess, associated with fire, war and destruction
  3. Water god, associated with water, peace and creation
  4. Star goddess, associated with the stars, the natural phaenomena and navigation
  5. Dark god, the king of the underworld, associated with sickness, terror and natural disasters
  6. White goddess, the queen of all gods, associated with wisdom, good wellbeing and passion/love
  7. Sun god, associated with the sun, life and joy

Paganism can be practiced anywhere, with just one regulation; at least one high priest of the White goddess must be present.

Languages

Græcia has three official languages; Hellenic (Modern Greek, albeit written using old orthography and polytonic system), Neoclassical Latin (a term coined by Quintus himself) and South Ruthenian (a constructed Slavic language spoken regionally in the Borough of Čěrneś, as well as the two Capital Districts).

After the annexation of the Borough of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Croatian language was introduced as a recognised regional language, under a less standard and closer to Yugoslav-era Serbo-Croatian form.

Apart from these, the government has deployed the following auxiliary languages, chiefly for diplomacy: English, German, French, Italian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Belarusian, and Ukrainian.

Culture

Græcian calendar

Although the Gregorian calendar is de facto used in Græcia, the traditional calendar that was unveiled on the 21st of August 2020 AD is de jure in effect and will gradually replace the global one.

Days of the week

Day: Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
English Sunday Moonday Fierday Wæterday Sterreday Derkday Whyghtday
Hellenic Ἠελιακόν
(Heliakón)
Μηνιαῖον
(Mīniæon)
Πύρινον
(Pýrinon)
Οὑδρικόν
(Houðrikón)
Ἀστρικόν
(Astrikón)
Σκοτεινόν
(Skoteinón)
Γλαυκόν
(Glavkón)
Neoclassical Latin SŌLĀRIS LV̄NĀRIS FOCĀRIS AQVĀLIS STĒLLĀRIS CREPER CANDIDVS
South Ruthenian Слъньћнъ
(Slěnjćně)
Мѣсѧћнъ
(Mæsęćně)
Оґніѣнъ
(Ognjæně)
Водєнъ
(Vodeně)
Ѕвѣзданъ
(Dzvæzdaně)
Тьмьнъ
(T'm'ně)
Біѣлъ
(Bjælě)
Græcian TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

Starting on Sunday, as the traditional Hellenic week does, the reformed Græcian names of the days of the week correspond to the deity that is associated with each day; for example, the first day (Monday) is linked to the Moon goddess, thus the day in English is called "Moonday". The reform was announced as the main part of the calendar establishment that will disconnect Græcia from the common holidays with the Hellenic Republic.

Months

Traditional names
Month: January February March April May June July August September October November December
English (traditional) Big month Small month Hilarious Flowery Grassy Reaper Thresher Syther Vynour Deciduous Cold month Sunshining
Hellenic Μέγας μείς
(Méğas meís)
Σμικρός μείς
(Smikrós meís)
Ἱλαρός
(Hilarós)
Ἀνθηρός
(Anþirós)
Χλοιικός
(Xloiikós)
Θεριστής
(Þeristī́s)
Ἁλωνιστής
(Alōnistī́s)
Δρεπανιστής
(Ðrepanistī́s)
Ἀμπέλινος
(Ambélinos)
Φυλλοβόλος
(Fyllovólos)
Κρύος μείς
(Krýos meís)
Ἠελιοφανής
(Heliofanī́s)
Neoclassical Latin MĒNSIS MAGNVS MĒNSIS PARVVS MĒNSIS HILARIS MĒNSIS FLŌRĀLIS MĒNSIS GRĀMINEVS MĒNSIS MESSOR MĒNSIS TRĪTOR MĒNSIS FALXOR MĒNSIS VĪNITOR MĒNSIS DĒCIDVVS MĒNSIS ALGIDVS MĒNSIS APRĪCVS
South Ruthenian Вєликъ мієсѣц
(Velĭk mjesæc)
Малъ мієсѣц
(Malě mjesæc)
Вєсєлъ
(Veselě)
Цвіѣтанъ
(Cvjætaně)
Травань
(Travanj)
Жътвар
(Žětvar)
Молът
(Molět)
Косач
(Kosač)
Виноґрадарь
(Vĭnogradaŕ)
Листопадъ
(Lĭstopadě)
Стоудєнъ
(Stoudeně)
Слъньчань
(Slěnjčanj)
Græcian TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Christian names
Month: January February March April May June July August September October November December
Hellenic Ἰανουάριος
(Ianuários)
Φεβρουάριος
(Fevruários)
Μάρτιος
(Mártios)
Ἀπρίλιος
(Aprílios)
Μάιος
(Máios)
Ἰούνιος
(Iúnios)
Ἰούλιος
(Iúlios)
Αὔγουστος
(Ávğustos)
Σεπτέμβριος
(Septémvrios)
Ὀκτώβριος
(Októvrios)
Νοέμβριος
(Noémvrios)
Δεκέμβριος
(Ðekémvrios)
Neoclassical Latin MĒNSIS IĀNVĀRIVS MĒNSIS FEBRVĀRIVS MĒNSIS MĀRTIVS MĒNSIS APRĪLIS MĒNSIS MAIVS MĒNSIS IV̄NIVS MĒNSIS QVĪNTĪLIS MĒNSIS SEXTILIS MĒNSIS SEPTEMBER MĒNSIS OCTŌBER MĒNSIS NOVEMBER MĒNSIS DECEMBER
South Ruthenian Гєноуарій
(Ħenouarij)
Фєвроуарій
(Fevrouarij)
Мартъ
(Martě)
Апрѣль
(Aprælj)
Май
(Maj)
Іюуній
(Ijounij)
Іюуль
(Ijoulj)
Авъгоустъ
(Avěħoustě)
Сєптѣмбрь
(Septæmbŕ)
Октѣврь
(Oktævŕ)
Ноіѣбрь
(Nojæbŕ)
Дєкѣбрь
(Dekæbŕ)
Græcian TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD

To better suit the transition from the Gregorian to the Græcian reformed calendar, the first month is set in January and the final month in December, thus becoming the bridge between ancient Hellenic tradition and modern Græcian culture. Each month's name is linked to one of its features: January is called "big" because it lasts 31 days, whereas February lasts 28 days (29 on leap years), thus it is called the small month; March is called "hilarious", meaning "full of joy", as the weather starts to become better during that month; April is called "flowery", because it is popularly connected to the commencement of the yearly blooming; May is called "grassy", because the sunny weather of May is accompanied with the distinctive green colour of the grass which blooms everywhere; June is called the "reaper", because usually the countrymen start harvesting their crops during that particular month; July is called the "thresher", because the next step after harvesting is cleaning the remaining plants to prepare the sowing of the following season; August is called the "syther", because the s(c)ythe is usually deployed during the works that take place during that month; September is called the "vynour", because in south and south-eastern Europe it is the month when the vinedressers harvest the grapes to either sell them as they are or prepare wine, vinegar etc.; October is the month when we usually witness the deciduousness of the trees which lose their leaves in winter, therefore it is now called "Deciduous"; November is now called the "cold month", because the temperature drops are rapid and sometimes severe; lastly, December is called the month of "sunshining", since the winter solstice takes place during this month.

The traditional names are used in official documents, statements and general public and private affairs, whereas the Christian month names are only used in religious context.

Date format

Christian citizens of Græcia, as well as the rest, excluding the Græcian paganist elite, still use the DD-MM-YYYY (AD) format for convenience, although de jure the official date format regulated by the government is (AUC) YYYY.MM.DD. "AUC" or "ab Urbe conditā" is a Latin phrase refering to the foundation of the city of Rome; in other words, year 1 of the Græcian calendar is the same with Anno urbis conditæ (753 BC), which means that AD 1 is AUC 754.

Time zone

The first de jure time zones introduced by the Provisional Government of Græcia were Græcian Time (GT, UTC+02:15) and Græcian Summer Time (GST, UTC+03:15), which was also utilised by the successor state of the Governorate of Græcia.

Due to the fact that, as of March 2021 AD, the regions claimed by Græcia are located in different time zones, the government had to come up with a new plan. On the 11th of March 2021 AD, the Senate announced the introduction and implementation of the new time zones: Græcian Eastern Time (GET, UTC+02:15) and Græcian Western Time (GWT, UTC+01:15), as well as their Daylight Saving Time counterparts, Græcian Eastern Summer Time (GEST, UTC+03:15) and Græcian Western Summer Time (GWST, UTC+02:15).

Nevertheless, the de facto time zones utilised in foreign affairs are Central European Time (CET) and Eastern European Time (EET), again with their DST counterparts: Central European Summer Time (CEST) and Eastern European Summer Time (EEST).

Architecture

Most houses in Græcia are traditionally built with rocks and/or bricks, covered by a layer of plaster. Window and door frames are usually painted blue.

Literature

Græcia is currently producing a series of books which will be published between 2021 and 2023 AD.

Philosophy

Quintus' government has generally established principles of cynicism and stoicism, which apply to all of everyday life's aspects.

Music and dances

Music and dance tradition varies from borough to borough; for example, Andriopolis boasts islander dances like Ballos (Hellenic: μπάλος) which is accompanied by violins, whereas Čěrneś' dances are Peloponnesian, like Syrtos (Hellenic: συρτός) and Tsamikos (Hellenic: τσάμικος), dances deeply associated with the music produced by the famous Balkan Klarino (Hellenic: κλαρίνο).

Cuisine

The Græcian cuisine is a balanced combination of Mediterranean, Balkan and Anatolian cuisine, with a wide variety of plates.

Sports

The most popular sports in Græcia are Football and Basketball.

There is also one original sport in Græcia, currently regulated by the Provisional Government. In Hellas (and Cyprus) it is known as Távli, a very popular board game and an equal competition to chess. Older generations that engage in social activities e.g. at coffee shops, tend to play either of those games, which are fairly popular even with younger generations, but not as much as with the rest.

Sports associations

All sports associations of Græcia are controlled by the Sports Administration and are funded by the government. Club stocks belong 50% to the borough (including the burghers) and 50% to private investors, such as businesses, according to the first constitution. There are currently 5 sports associations in Græcia, the governing bodies of football, basketball, volleyball, eSports and Græcian Rules Tavli. Due to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, the inauguration of the competitions was postponed indefinitely.

Græcian Rules Tavli

Græcian Rules Tavli is a competitive game, with a small amount of amateur sports clubs competing against each other in various tournaments. The official rules go as such;

The starting layout looks like Plakotó, although the checkers are stacked on the left portion of the board, not the right, and without exceeding the height of the wooden case.

Two small dice are cast by each player and the one with the highest value (adding die 1 and die 2) starts the game. After the dice are re-cast, the player can only move one checker as indicated by both dice or move two checkers, according to the numbers on each die. If the player casts a double number, they are allowed to make the move 4 times and re-cast the dice, thus depriving the other player of a round. If two or more checkers of the same colour create a "door" (θύρα), that means one is put in front of the other on the board, then the opponent can not put one of their checkers over the door. If one of the two players manages to put one or more checkers over one of their opponent's checkers, it is trapped and goes on the middle piece of wood of the board. The opponent can make no other move, but cast the dice, until the numbers are the same or if the outcome is 1 and 2. Then, the player is allowed to return the checker on the board, in the first position of the least advanced quarter; for example, if the first quarter still has one checker of the player whose checker was previously trapped, they are obliged to return it in the first position of the first quarter, after it is liberated.

The goal is for the player to bring all their checkers around to their own home board and then stack them, like before. The number on each die can not exceed the plausible moves, otherwise the player loses a turn. The game ends when one of the players has managed to stack all of his or her checkers on the opposite side (4th quarter).

The game's rules were officially announced on the 22nd of September 2020 AD by His Excellency, The Provisional Governor of Græcia, Quintus De Vitaliis, and the game was declared a "national sport" on the government newspaper of Græcia.

Mythology

According to Græcian mythology, Græcus was the founder of Græcia, which was a tribe in present-day Bœotia, Hellenic Republic. Although the Greeks favoured the "Hellenic" identity over the "Greek" one, both words practically came to mean the same thing. This is why in most European languages the name of Greece is a cognate of Latin "Græcia".

Public holidays and festivals

Obligatory Holidays
Date English Name Hellenic Name Neoclassical Latin Name South Ruthenian Name Remarks
1st of January New Year's Day Πρωτοχρονιὰ
(Prōtoxronià)
ANNVS NOVVS Новій Рокъ
(Novij Rokě)
Also celebrated ecclesiastically as the feast of St. Basil the Great
and of the Circumcision of Christ.
15th of January Hellenic Independence Day Ἦμαρ Ἀνεξαρτησίας τῆς Ἑλλάδος
(Ī̃mar Aneksartīsías tī̃s Helláðos)
FĒSTVM LĪBERTĀTIS HELLADÆ Дінь Нѣзависності Һєлладһъі
(Dinj Næzavĭsnosti Hellaďî)
Anniversary of the Hellenic Declaration of Independence
in the First National Assembly at Epidaurus, in 1822 AD.
30th of January The Holy Three Hierarchs Τριῶν Ἱεραρχῶν (Triō̃n Hierarxō̃n) FĒSTVM TRIVM
HIERARCHĀRVM
Трії Іієрархи
(Triji Ijerarxĭ)
Commemoration of the patron saints of education:
3rd of February Hellenic Statehood Day Ἦμαρ Κρατικῆς Ὑποστάσεως τῆς Ἑλλάδος
(Ī̃mar Kratikī̃s Hypostáseōs tī̃s Helláðos)
FĒSTVM NĀTIŌNĀLE HELLADÆ Дінь Дръжавъності Һєлладһъі
(Dinj Drěžavěnosti Hellaďî)
Anniversary of the London Protocol in 1830 AD.
21st of February Commencement of
the Hellenic Uprising
Ἔναρξις τῆς
Ἑλληνικῆς Ἐπαναστάσεως
(Énarksis tī̃s Hellīnikī̃s Epanastáseōs)
PRĪMORDIVM
RĒRVM NOVĀRVM
HELLENICÆ
Начѣдло Һєллєньскоґъ Въстаньа
(Načædlo Hellenjskogě Věstanja)
Anniversary of the declaration of the
Wallachian uprising, that lead to the
Hellenic War of Independence
against the Ottoman Empire, in 1821 AD.
25th of March The Annunciation
to the Blessed Virgin Mary
Εὐαγγελισμὸς τῆς Θεοτόκου
(Evangelismòs tī̃s Þeotóku)
ANNV̄NTIĀTIŌ
BEĀTÆ MARĪÆ VIRGINIS
Блаґовѣщєньє Прѣсвѧтъіѩ Богородіцъі
(Blagovæštenje Præsvętîję Boħorodicî)
Celebration of the Annunciation of Our Lady.
moveable
Easter -2 days
Great Friday Μεγάλη Παρασκευὴ
(Meğálī Paraskevī̀)
DIĒS PASSIŌNIS DOMINĪ Вєлькій Тъмні
(Veljkij Těmni)
Next: 30th of April 2021 AD
21st of April Celebration of
the Military Junta
Ἑορτασμὸς τῆς Χούντας
(Heortasmòs tī̃s Xúntas)
FĒSTVM ĒVERSIŌNIS
REĪ PV̄BLICÆ
Празъдьнікъ войнъі волщі
(Prazěd'nikě vojnî volšti)
Anniversary of the Hellenic coup d'état, in 1967 AD.
moveable
Easter +1 day
Easter Monday Δευτέρα τοῦ Πάσχα
(Ðevtéra tū̃ Pásxa)
DIĒS LV̄NĀRIS PASCHĀLIS Вєлькдіньскъй Мѣсѩћнъї
(Veljkdinjskěj Mæsęćněji)
Next: 3rd of May 2021 AD
20th of May Treaty of Casalanza Memorial Day Ἦμαρ Μνήμης τῆς
Συνθήκης τοῦ Ϝοίκω τῆς Λάντσας
(Ī̃mar Mnī́mīs tī̃s Synþī́kīs tũ Wíkō tī̃s Lántsas)
DIĒS MEMORIÆ
FŒDERIS CASÆ LANZÆ
Дінь памѧті доґовора Дһѵнастійъі Ланѕъі
(Dinj pamęti dogovora Ďynastijî Landzî)
Anniversary of the treaty between the Kingdom of Naples
and the Austrian Empire, in 1815 AD.
moveable
Easter +50 days
Pentecost Monday or
Monday of the Holy Spirit
Πεντηκοστὴ (Pentīkostī̀) ἠέ
Ἁγίου Πνεύματος (Hajíu Pnévmatos)
PENTĒCOSTĒ VEL
DIĒS LV̄NĀRIS
SPĪRITV̄S SĀNCTĪ
Пѣтъдєсѣтніца
(Pætědesætnica) а бо
Мѣсѧћнъї Свѧтаієґо Доуха
(Mæsęćněji Svętajego Douxa)
Next: 21st of June 2021 AD
Summer solstice Birth of the Moon Γέννησις τοῦ Μειννός
(Jénnīsis tū̃ Mīnnós)
FĒSTVM
NĀTĪVITĀTIS LV̄NÆ
Рођєньє Мѣсѧца
(Rođenje Mæsęca)
Next: 21st of June 2021 AD
4th of August Celebration of
the 4th of August Regime
Ἑορτασμὸς τοῦ Καθεστώτος
τῆς 4ης Αυγούστου
(Heortasmòs tū̃ Kaþestṓtos tī̃s 4is Avğústu)
FĒSTVM REGIMINIS
IV. FALXORIS
Празъдьнікъ волщі 4. Косача
(Prazěd'nikě volšti 4. Kosača)
Anniversary of the regime of Ioannis Metaxas, in 1936 AD.
15th of August The Dormition of Theotokos Κοίμησις τῆς Ὑπεραγίας Θεοτόκου
(Kī́mīsis tī̃s Hyperajías Þeotóku)
DORMĪTIŌ
SĀNCTÆ DEĪ GENETRĪCIS
Въсъпєньє Прѣсвѧтъіѩ Богородіцъі
(Věsěpenje Præsvętîję Boħorodicî)
The most important celebration of the Virgin Mary.
27th of September Proclamation of the Kingdom of Sicily
(Italian: Proclamazione del Regno di Sicilia)
Προκήρυξις τῆς Ϝανακτορίας τῆς Σικελίας
(Prokī́ryksis tī̃s Wanaktorías tī̃s Sikelías)
PRŌCLĀMĀTIŌ RĒGNĪ SICILIÆ Обавлієньє Ќѣсарьєвьства Сікєлійъі
(Obavljenje Qæsaŕev'stva Sikelijî)
Anniversary of the awarding of the crown to Roger II, King of Sicily,
by Pope Honorius II in 1130 AD.
12th of October Liberation of Athens /
Establishment Day
Ἀπελευθέρωσις τῶν Ἀθηνῶν
(Apelevþérōsis tō̃n Aþinō̃n) /
Ἦμαρ Ἱδρύσεως
(Ī̃mar Hiðrýseōs)
LĪBERĀTIŌ ATHĒNĀRVM /
DIĒS FVNDĀTIŌNIS
Объсвєбодєньє Аѳинъ
(Oběsvebodenje Aťĭně) /
Дінь Основаньа
(Dinj Osnovanja)
Anniversary of the Liberation of
the City of Athens in 1944 AD
and the microstate's establishment day.
28th of October Commencement
of the Greco–Italian War
Ἔναρξις τοῦ
Ἑλληνοϊταλικοῦ Πολέμου
(Énarksis tū̃ Hellīnoïtalikū̃ Polému)
PRĪMORDIVM
BELLĪ GRÆCO–ITĀLIANĪ
Начѣдло Һєллєньско–Італііанськой орћі
(Načædlo Hellenjsko–Italijanśkoj orći)
Anniversary of the commencement of
the Greco–Italian War in 1940 AD.
29th of November Proclamation
of the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia
Προκήρυξις τῆς
Ὁμοσπόνδου Λαϊκῆς Πολιτηίης τῆς Γιουγκοσλαβίας
(Prokī́ryksis tī̃s Homospónðu Laïkī̃s Polītīḯīs tī̃s Jugoslavías)
PRŌCLĀMĀTIŌ IVGOSLAVIÆ Обавлієньє
Фєдєратівнъі люудьієскъі рєс-поублікъі Юуґославійъі
(Obavljenje Federativnî ljoudjeskî res-poublikî Jougoslavijî)
Anniversary of the deposition of King Petar II in 1945 AD.
1st of December Establishment
of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Ἵδρυσις τῆς
Ϝανακτορίας τῆς Γιουγκοσλαβίας
(Híðrysis tī̃s Wanaktorías tī̃s Jugoslavías)
DIĒS FVNDĀTIŌNIS
RĒGNĪ IVGOSLAVIÆ
Объснованьє Ќѣсарьєвьства Юуґославійъі
(Oběsnovanje Qæsaŕev'stva Jougoslavijî)
Anniversary of the establishment of
the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in 1918 AD.
6th of December Saint Nicholas Day Ἁγίου Νικολάου
(Hajíu Nikoláu)
FĒSTVM SĀNCTĪ NĪCOLĀĪ Славєньє Свѧтаієґо Ніколаіа
(Slavenje Svętajego Nikolaja)
Celebration of the patron saint of Græcia.
Winter solstice Birth of the Sun Γέννησις τοῦ Ἠελιοῖο
(Jénnīsis tū̃ Īeliī̃o)
FĒSTVM NĀTĪVITĀTIS SŌLIS Рођєньє Слъньца
(Rođenje Slěnjca)
Next: 21st of December 2020 AD
25th of December Birth of Jesus Christ Γέννησις τοῦ Ἰησοῦ Χριστοῦ
(Jénnīsis tū̃ Iīsū̃ Xristū̃)
FĒSTVM NĀTĪVITĀTIS DOMINĪ Рођєньє Господі
(Rođenje Ħospodi)
Celebration of Christmas.
     National Day      Regional Day (Aegean and Moreas Voivodeship)      Regional Day (New Yugoslavia Voivodeship)      Regional Day (Voivodeship of Magna Græcia)

Græcia observes the majority of the Hellenic state's holidays, with the exclusion of a few religion ones and the addition of Græcian commemorations, such as the 21st of February, the day Alexander Ypsilantis started his campaign from Kishinev (present-day Chișinău), in order to cross the Pruth river into the Danubian Principalities and proclaim the Wallachian Uprising in Jassy (present-day Iași), that eventually lead to the commencement of the Hellenic War of Independence against the Ottoman Empire. Hence, the 25th of March is only celebrated as the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary. Two totalitarian regime commemorations have been added as public holidays, as well as two solstices, to celebrate the birth of two major Græcian Paganism deities; the Sun and the Moon. Furthermore, the 12th of October is a double national holiday, that includes the Liberation of the City of Athens from the German occupying forces, as well as the establishment of Græcia. Last, but not least, Saint Nicholas Day on the 6th of December is a public holiday, since he is regarded as the patron saint of our micronation.

In late November 2020 AD, the Senate introduced a three-day-long regional holiday to celebrate South Slavic unity in the boroughs of ABVM/UBDM and Čěrneś, spanning from the 29th of November to the 1st of December.

On the 3rd of February 2021 AD, the government announced the inclusion of two regional holidays for the Hellas-based boroughs of Andriopolis, Hagia Aikaterini, and Čěrneś, occurring annually on the 15th of January and on the 3rd of February, celebrating the Independence Day and the Statehood Day of Hellas respectively. These dates are not celebrated by the Hellenic state, which is not recognised by Græcia. Apart from the Declaration of Independence, the 15th of January is also dedicated to Jean-Pierre Boyer, the 2nd President of Haïti and one of the leaders of the Haitian Revolution, who on that day in 1822 AD wrote a letter to Hellenic expatriates living in France, following a Hellenic request for assistance, making Haïti the first government of an independent state to recognise the Hellenic revolution against the Ottoman Empire.

Optional Holidays
Date English Name Hellenic Name Neoclassical Latin Name South Ruthenian Name Remarks
6th of January Theophany Θεοφάνεια
(Þeofánīa)
SOLLEMNITĀS EPIPHANĪÆ DOMINĪ Богоіавльєньє
(Boħojavljenje)
Epiphany, the revelation of God incarnate as Jesus Christ.
9th of January Unification of Međimurje with Croatia
(Croatian: Dan sjedinjenja Međimurja s maticom zemljom Hrvatskom)
Ἐπανένωσις τῆς Νἠσου
μετὰ ξύν Δράβου καὶ Μουρός
μετὰ τῆς μητρός Κροατίας
(Epanénōsis tī̃s Nī́sū metà ksýn Ðrávū kaì Mūrós
metà tī̃s mītrós Kroatías)
RECONCILIĀTIŌ ĪNSVLÆ INTRA
DRAVVM ET MVRAM CVM PATRIĀ CHROĀTIĀ
Дінь съієдьнєньа Мєђимоуріа
съ матицѫ зємлѭ Хърваћкѫ
(Dinj sějed'nenja Međĭmourja sě matĭcǫ zemljǫ Xěrvaćkǫ)
Commemoration of the re-unification of Međimurje with the
Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes in 1919 AD.
21st of January Proclamation of the Parthenopean Republic
(Italian: Proclamazione della Repubblica Partenopea)
Προκήρυξις τῆς Παρθενοπείου Πολιτηΐης
(Prokī́ryksis tī̃s Parþenopíu Politīḯīs)
PRŌCLĀMĀTIŌ REĪ PV̄BLICÆ PARTHENOPENSIS Обавлієньє Рєс-поублікъі Парѳєнопійскъіѩ
(Obavljenje Res-poublikî Parťenopijskîję)
Anniversary of the proclamation of the
short-lived, semi-autonomous republic located within the
Kingdom of Naples and supported by the French First Republic, in 1799 AD.
14th of January Feast of Saint Sava
(Serbian: Савидан Savidan)
Ἁγίου Σάββα τῆς Σερβίας
(Hajíu Sávva tī̃s Servías)
FĒSTVM SĀNCTĪ SABÆ SERVIÆ Славєньє Свѧтаієґо Саввъі
(Slavenje Svętajego Savvî)
Celebration of the patron saint of the
New Yugoslavia Voivodeship.
1st of March Independence Day of
the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

(Bosnian: Дан независности Dan nezavisnosti)
Ἦμαρ Ἀνεξαρτησίας τῆς
Βοσνίας καὶ Ἐρζεγοβίνης
(Ī̃mar Aneksartīsías tī̃s Vosnías kai Erzeğovínīs)
FĒSTVM LĪBERTĀTIS
FŒDERĀTIŌNIS BOSNIÆ ET HERZEGOVĪNÆ
Дінь объсвєбодєньа
Фєдєраційъі Боснъі й Һєрцєґовінъі
(Dinj oběsvebodenja Federacijî Bosnî j Hercegovinî)
Anniversary of the 1992 Bosnian independence referendum.
13th of April Sack of Constantinople Μνήμη α΄ Ἁλώσεως τῆς Πόλεως
(Mnī́mi Prṓtīs Halṓseōs tī̃s Póleōs)
DIĒS MEMORIÆ PRĪMÆ CAPTV̄RÆ VRBIS Дінь памѧті пьрваієґо завоієваньа Ґорда
(Dinj pamęti p'rvajego zavojevanja Gorda)
Commemoration of the Sack
of Constantinople by the Fourth Crusade (1204 AD).
29th of May Fall of Constantinople Μνήμη β΄ Ἁλώσεως τῆς Πόλεως
(Mnī́mi Ðevtéras Halṓseōs tī̃s Póleōs)
DIĒS MEMORIÆ SECVNDÆ CAPTV̄RÆ VRBIS Дінь памѧті вътораієґо завоієваньа Ґорда
(Dinj pamęti větorajego zavojevanja Gorda)
Commemoration of the Fall
of Constantinople by the Ottomans (1453 AD).
moveable
Thursday after Trinity Sunday
Corpus Christi Ἁγία Δωρεὴ
(Hağía Ðōreī̀)
DIĒS SĀNCTISSIMĪ CORPORIS
ET SANGVINIS DOMINĪ IĒSV̄ CHRĪSTĪ
Празъдьнікъ Прѣсвѧтаієґо
Тѣлєсє й Кръвє Господі
(Prazěd'nikě Præsvętajego Tælese j Krěve Ħospodi)
Next: 3rd of June 2021 AD
20th of July Turkish invasion of Cyprus Μνήμη Τουρκικῆς εἰσβολῆς ἔνι Κύπρῳ
(Mnī́mi Turkikī̃s īsvolī̃s éni Kýprǭ)
DIĒS MEMORIÆ INCVRSIŌNIS
TVRCĀRVM EN CYPRŌ
Дінь памѧті тѵрчьскaієґо
нашьствиіа въ Кѵпрѣ
(Dinj pamęti tyrč'skajego naš'stvĭja vě Kypræ)
Commemoration of operation Attila in 1974 AD.
15th of August Siege of Trebizond Μνήμη Ἁλώσεως τῆς Τραπεζούντος
(Mnī́mi Ðevtéras Halṓseōs tī̃s Trapezúntos)
DIĒS MEMORIÆ CAPTV̄RÆ TRAPEZV̄NTOS Дінь памѧті завоієваньа Трапєзоундъі
(Dinj pamęti zavojevanja Trapezoundî)
Commemoration of the Fall
of the Empire of Trebizond by the Ottomans (1461 AD).
23rd of August Black Ribbon Day Εὐρωπαϊκὸν Ἦμαρ Μνήμης
τῶν Θυμάτων Σταλινισμοῦ τὲ καὶ Ναζισμοῦ
(Evrōpaïkòn Ī̃mar Mnī́mīs tō̃n Þymátōn
Stalinismū̃ tè kaì Nazismū̃)
DIĒS EVRŌPÆVS MEMORIÆ
VICTIMĀRVM STALINISMĪ ET NAZISMĪ
Еѵрѡпьскъй дінь памѧті
жьртвъ Стальінісъма й Назісъма
(Ewrōp'skěj dinj pamęti ž'rvtě Staljinisěma j Nazisěma)
European Day of Remembrance for Victims
of totalitarian regimes, specifically Stalinist, communist,
Nazi and fascist regimes.
2nd of September World War II Commemoration Ἦμαρ Μνήμης Θυμάτων
τοῦ Β! Παγκοσμίου Πολέμου
(Ī̃mar Mnī́mīs Þymátōn
tū̃ Ðevtérū Pagosmíū Polému)
DIĒS MEMORIÆ VICTIMĀRVM
II. BELLĪ MVNDĀNĪ
Дінь памѧті жьртвъ
въторъіѩ мирьскъіѩ орћі
(Dinj pamęti ž'rtvě větorěję mĭŕskîję orći)
Commemoration of the Memory of World War II Victims.
6th-7th of September Constantinople pogrom Σεπτεμβριανά
(Septemvrianá)
TVMVLTVS EN CŌNSTANTĪNOPOLĪ Дінь памѧті мѧтєжі въ Ќѣсарьґордѣ
(Dinj pamęti męteži vě Qæsaŕgordæ)
Commemoration of the Memory of
the Victims of the Constantinople riots (1955 AD).
13th of September Catastrophe of Smyrna Μνήμη Καταστροφῆς τῆς Σμύρνης
(Mnī́mī Katastrofī̃s tī̃s Smýrnīs)
DIĒS MEMORIÆ CALAMITĀTIS SMYRNÆ Дінь памѧті катастрофъі Смѵрнъі
(Dinj pamęti katastrofî Smyrnî)
Commemoration of the Memory of
the Victims of the Great fire of Smyrna (1922 AD).
25th of September Reunification of Istria, Rijeka, Zadar,
and the islands with Croatia

(Croatian: Dan donošenja Odluke o sjedinjenju
Istre, Rijeke, Zadra i otoka s maticom zemljom Hrvatskom)
Ἐπανένωσις τῆς Ἱστρίας, Θαρσατικῆς,
Ἰδάσσης τὲ καὶ τῶν νήσων
μετὰ τῆς μητρός Κροατίας
(Epanénōsis tī̃s Histrías, Þarsatikī̃s,
Iðássīs tè kaì tō̃n nī́sōn
metà tī̃s mītrós Kroatías)
RECONCILIĀTIŌ HISTRIÆ, THARSATICÆ,
IDASSÆ ET ĪNSVLĀRVM
CVM PATRIĀ CHROĀTIĀ
Дінь съієдьнєньа
Һістрійъі, Рѣкъі, Задъра й островъ
съ матицѫ зємлѭ Хърваћкѫ
(Dinj sějed'nenja Histrijî, Rækî, Zaděra j ostrově
sě matĭcǫ zemljǫ Xěrvaćkǫ)
Commemoration of the re-unification of
Istria, Rijeka, Zadar, and the islands with
the rest of Croatia in 1943 AD.
31st of October March on Rome Memorial Day
(Italian: Dia memoriale della Marcia su Roma)
Μνήμη τῆς ἔνι Ῥώμῃ Παρελάσεως
(Mnī́mī tī̃s éni Řṓmī̜ Pareláseōs)
DIĒS MEMORIÆ
CŌNTIŌNIS SV̄RSVM RŌMAM
Дінь памѧті Марша въ Римѣ
(Dinj pamęti Marša vě Rĭmæ)
Anniversary of the mass demonstration in Rome, in 1922 AD.
1st of November All Saints' Day
(Italian: Tutti i santi / Ognissanti)
Ἁγίων Πάντων
(Hajíōn Pántōn)
FĒSTVM TŌTŌRVM SĀNCTŌRVM Славєньє вьсьѣхъ свѧтъїхъ
(Slavenje v'śæxě svętějixě)
A Christian solemnity celebrated
in honour of all the saints, known and unknown.
4th of November National Unity and Armed Forces
Day of Italy

(Italian: Giornata dell'Unità Nazionale e delle Forze Armate)
Ἦμαρ Ἐθνικῆς Ἑνότητος καὶ
Ἐνόπλων Δυνάμεων τῆς Ἰταλίας
(Ī̃mar Eþnikī̃s Henótītos
kai Enóplōn Ðynámeōn tī̃s Italías)
DIĒS V̄NITĀTIS NĀTIŌNĀLIS
ET FORTIARVM ARMĀTĀRVM ITALIÆ
Дінь народьнъі єдьності
й въоръжєнъїхъ силъ Італійъі
(Dinj narod'nî ed'nosti j věorěženějixě sĭlî Italijî)
Anniversary of the end of warfare between
Italy and Austria-Hungary included in the
Armistice of Villa Giusti, in 1918 AD.
11th of November World War I Commemoration Ἦμαρ Μνήμης Θυμάτων
τοῦ Α! Παγκοσμίου Πολέμου
(Ī̃mar Mnī́mīs Þymátōn
tū̃ Prō̃tū Pagosmíū Polému)
DIĒS MEMORIÆ VICTIMĀRVM
I. BELLĪ MVNDĀNĪ
Дінь памѧті жьртвъ
пьрвъіѩ мирьскъіѩ орћі
(Dinj pamęti ž'rtvě p'rvěję mĭŕskîję orći)
Commemoration of the Memory of World War I Victims.
25th of November Statehood Day of the
Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

(Bosnian: Дан државности Dan državnosti)
Ἦμαρ Κρατικῆς Ὑποστάσεως
τῆς Βοσνίας καὶ Ἐρζεγοβίνης
(Ī̃mar Kratikī̃s Hypostáseōs
tī̃s Vosnías kai Erzeğovínīs)
FĒSTVM NĀTIŌNĀLE
FŒDERĀTIŌNIS BOSNIÆ ET HERZEGOVĪNÆ
Дінь дьржавънощі
Фєдєраційъі Боснъі й Һєрцєґовінъі
(Dinj d'ržavěnošti Federacijî Bosnî j Hercegovinî)
Commemoration of the Resolution of ZAVNOBiH, in 1943 AD.
8th of December Immaculate Conception
(Italian: Immacolata Concezione)
Ἄσπιλος Σύλληψις
(Áspilos Sýllīpsis)
CONCEPTIŌ IMMACVLĀTA Бєзъпороќно Зачѧтиіє
(Bezěporoqno Začętĭje)
Christian celebration of the sinless lifespan
and Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary.
13th of December Saint Lucia's Day
(Italian: Festa di Santa Lucia)
Ἁγίας Λουκίας
(Hajías Lukías)
FĒSTVM SĀNCTÆ LV̄CIÆ Славєньє Свѧтъіѩ Лоукійъі
(Slavenje Svętîję Loukijî)
Celebration of the patron saint of the Voivodeship of Magna Græcia.
23rd-24th of December Two-Day Remembrance
for Victims of Terrorism
Διήμερον Μνήμης
τῶν Θυμάτων τῆς Τρομοκρατίας
(Ðiī́meron Mnī́mīs tō̃n Þymátōn tī̃s Tromokratías)
DVO DIĒS MEMORIÆ VICTIMĀRVM TROMOCRATIÆ Дъва діні памѧті жьртвъ тєррорізъма
(Děva dini pamęti ž'rtvě terrorizěma)
Græcian designated day for victims of terrorism.
     Regional Day (Aegean and Moreas Voivodeship)      Regional Day (New Yugoslavia Voivodeship)      Regional Day (Voivodeship of Magna Græcia)

Græcian citizens are allowed to celebrate all four micronation-wide optional holidays, as well as three of the regional celebrations of their choice, according to his or her location and/or origin; for example, a citizen of a Hellas-based borough who comes from or has any connection with ABVM/UBDM (Croatia-based borough) is allowed to choose three from all the regional celebrations, whereas a citizen of ABVM/UBDM who has no kind of connection with Hellas-based boroughs is unable to choose regional celebrations from that area.

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