Kothladev

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Kingdom of Kothladev
Koþlanenþevmar
Kotlaðevríkið (Faroese)
Koþlanenþevmar flag - Dey, Ik, qa Ŋeko.png
National flag
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National emblem

CapitalKvoqasékei
DemonymKothladevian, Kothladevic
Official languageFaroese, Danish, English, Ikxeða, Ýlfamál
Official religionNaðeŋuŋmexi, Christianity
Ethnic groupsFaroese Munkkian, Danish Munkkian, Danish, Faroese

GovernmentAbsolute monarchy

LegislatureNone

EstablishedIndependence from Munkkia - 27th of June 2015
Area claimedUnknown
Population3 (est. June 2015)
CurrencyDKK, FOK
Time zoneGMT

The Kingdom of Kothladev (Also known as Koþlanenþevmar) is a micronation bordering the Faroe Islands. Kothladev was formed on the 27th of June 2015, following the Munkkia split, in which the People's Republic of Munkkia was split into Kothladev and the Kingdom of Gaerstania. Kothladev is the first recognised Faroese micronation to have been created. Kothladev is currently an absolute monarchy because of its low number of inhabitants.

History of Kothladev

The Munkkia Split

On the 27th of June 2015, a few days after the one year anniversary of Munkkias existance, the Council of Munkkia held a meeting. President Mathias offered two solutions to an impending problem: Two Council members would be leaving Munkkian territory shortly, and Mathias feared this would result in the end of the People's Republic of Munkkia, and would lead them away from micronationalism all together. Mathias proposed a split within Munkkia, where President Mathias, who reamined in Munkkia territory, would establish a new state, and Angutivik-Casper Rúnur Tausen Hansen could establish his own sovereign nation on the Faroe Islands.

Establishment

The Kingdom of Kothladev was established on the 27th of June 2015. The first couple of days were without much visibility, but after about two weeks of silence, Kothladev rose with a flag and emblem.

National Days

1 January - New Year

19 March - Nýeldur

27 June - Kothladev Independence Day