Micronational Heritage Association

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Micronational Heritage Association
Formation31 December 2018
TypeCultural organisation
PurposeClassification and protection of micronational heritage sites
Membership (2018)
Official language

The Micronational Heritage Association is an intermicronational cultural organisation, tasked with classification and protection of micronational heritage sites and cultural works. The organisation focuses mostly on producing classification of micronational heritage and yearly reports on conservation of it.


The Micronational Heritage Association was founded on the 31st of December 2018, by Karl Friedrich.

After January 2020, the organisation became inactive and essentially defunct. Terry of Essexia was given ownership but didn't revive it, opting to give it to Jack D in June 2021.

In August 2022, as part of their manifesto commitments, the campaign to elect Jonathan Augustus and Newton von Uberquie to the executive of the Grand Unified Micronational during the August 2022 GUM executive election promised to absorb the MHA into a new Grand Unified Micronational Heritage Association Committee, or GUMHAC.


Membership is based on a purely voluntary basis, with member-states and non-members having no obligations to the organisation. Interested parties, both members and non-members, may submit sites or works for review and receive a classification provided by the Board of Assessors in return.

State Member Assessor Member since Sites Works
 Mercia checkY checkY 31 December 2018 1
 New Florence checkY checkY 1 January 2019
 Nolland checkY 13 January 2019
 Commonwealth of Essexia checkY checkY 10 June 2019 1
Templar Kingdom checkY 17-IX-2020 1
Empire of Aenopia checkY 21 January 2020
Misberian Confederacy checkY 21 January 2020
United Sea Bass Islands checkY


Classification of submitted items is primarily divided into sites and works – sites are physical, natural or man-made immovable structures and areas of special importance to a micronation. Each submitted site should have at least some form of legal protection in the submitting micronation. The other primary classification is works, which includes cultural developments of a micronation, mobile structures or small items, documents of importance and other works. Each item may be awarded more than one classification.

Type Classification Name Examples
Sites Natural heritage site National parks, lakes, ponds...
Cultural heritage site Site of significance in local culture - i.e. sites of conflict, signing of a treaty, etc.
Monument site Site surrounding and including a constructed monument.
Works Cultural work Music, poems, plays, artwork...
Historical documents Constitutions, international treaties...

List of sites

Image Name Classification Micronation Description
Nek river — Natural heritage site  Mercia
Fort Morris — Momument site Essexia
Convento de Christo Tomar — Momument site Templar Kingdom The convent and castle complex is a historic and cultural monument and was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983.
Río Alcalá — Momument site Union of Millania and New Granada
Anurini Marathana — Momument site Union of Millania and New Granada