Lordship of Inverness
Coat of Arms
|Motto:||Tempus edax rerum|
|Date of foundation:||Apr 7th, 2001|
|Language:||Portuguese and English|
|Website:||Inverness at WikiPas|
The Lordship of Inverness, or just Inverness, is an originary Canton of the Free Community of Pasargada.
Founded by Bruno Cava in the very beggining of Pasargada, in april 2001, Inverness was inspired by scottish culture and developed a familiar political structure based in clans. Many famous Pasargadans were also Invernesians, such as Yuri Ghenov, Andresa Cortes, Rafael Figueira, Guilherme Pagel and Henrique Rabelo. Along its history, the three invernesian clans were Wallace, Cawdor and Schivas.
Its peak population was reached in 2003, when 14 Pasargadans from the 3 clans lived together in the Canton. Some years later, Inverness felt in deep inactive and almost disappeared.
The patron of Inverness was William Shakespeare and it tried to be the first and only anglo-lusophone canton in the micronation. The iniative failed though.
As a result of the reincorporation of Sloborskaia, in september 2008, a local plebiscite decided on declaring Inverness officially dormant and most of the old citizens emmigrated to the Socialist Republic, the fifth Pasargadan canton. The situation persists until today.
Free Community of Pasargada
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