Kingdom of Cumagne

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Kingdom of Cumagne
Royaume de Cumagne

Civil flag of Cumagne.png
Coat of Arms Cumagne.png
Coat of Arms

La Liberté garantie!
Freedom is guaranteed! (English)

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Map of the Kingdom (2015).

Capital city Nison
Largest city Nison
Official language(s) English;
Official religion(s) Roman Catholicism
Demonym Cumagnais (singular),
Cumagnaise (plural)

Government Constitutional monarchy
- King Thomas I

Legislature Secretariat of the Nation

Formation 01 October 2015
Area Claimed 49 km²
Population 06 (2016 estimate)
Currency Ruthenian Mark (RM) (RMK)
Date format dd-mm-yyyy

Official website

Cumagne, officially the Kingdom of Cumagne is a constitutional monarchy largely based on the culture of the French Monarchy and is located in Bouvet Island. It was created by the King Thomas I on 01 October 2015. On 23 September 2016, Cumagne became the eleventh state of Karno-Ruthenian Empire, although the Cumagnaise Monarchy was kept in power and with great amount of autonomy.


The Bouvet Island, officially by Norway, is an uninhabited island in the South Atlantic Ocean. Covering an area of ​​49 km², it is 93% covered by a thick ice cap that blocks the coast south and east. The Bouvet Island was discovered on 01 January 1739, by Jean-Baptiste Lozier Bouvet, Prince Slakhallet and honorary citizen of the Kingdom.

Not knowing if it was an island or the northern end of a hypothetical Antarctica, Bouvet baptized this land Cape of Circumcision, the name of the religious feast day of discovery. In 1927, it became a Norwegian island; indeed, no one had yet stayed, that was a Norwegian crew who lived there for a month. In 1971, Norway declared Bouvet Island and surrounding waters nature reserve.

The country settled there in 1977, an automated weather station. On 1 October 2015, the island became the Kingdom of Cumagne and the island remains a protected area. Its 29.6 km of coastline are often surrounded by drifting ice. Each austral summer, glaciers swathes fall high cliffs of volcanic origin in the sea or on the black sand beaches. The island benefiting from any port, it is particularly difficult for ships to approach; Embedded helicopter thus proves to be the easiest way to access it.

On September 2016, the relationship between Karnia-Ruthenia with Francophone micronations was at its peak and was shown to be advantageous to the Empire. On 23 September, after negotiations that lasted about a week, the Kingdom became the eleventh state of the Empire after the signing of the Treaty of Nison[1]. In addition to a significant increase in its population, it enriches the cultural diversity of Karnia-Ruthenia, which now had French elements that would be absorbed from the union, whereas Cumagne would improve its own internal policies from their union with a strong and stable government.

National colors and symbols

Main article: Flags and symbols of Karnia-Ruthenia


On 1 October 2015, the day that the Kingdom was founded, the Ruler of Cumagne proclaims the establishment of the Constitution Monarchy by the Royal Constitution, drafted by the King. That was a simple text composed of several articles claiming the full independence. It was and still being a democratic and meritocratic state. During its effectiveness, the constitution has been amended twice, on 2 January 2016 and 26 May 2016. After the signing of the Treaty of Nison and the Imperial Decree n. 44/2016 by the Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia[2], the Royal Constitution was transformed into a organic law and was maintained in the terms that was not agains the Imperial and Royal Constitution, that was from that moment on, the higher law in force in Cumagne.

National holidays

Name Date Notes
New Year's Day 1 January The first day of the Gregorian year.
King's Day 20 July Birthday of His Majesty, the King of Cumagne.
National Day 1 October Celebrate the foundation of the Kingdom of Cumagne.
Armistice Day 11 November Commemoration of the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany and also in commemoration of both living and dead soldiers who served in any conflict.
Christmas Day 25 December Traditional commemoration of the birth of Jesus.
New Year's Eve 31 December The final day of the Gregorian year; Saint Sylvester's Day.

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