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| Pererria |
|Territory of the Empire of Adammia |
West Midlands, Great Britain
|Founded||20 June 2017|
|Duchess||Lady Admiral Simpson|
Pererria is a Territory of the Empire of Adammia, surrounded by the West Midlands in the United Kingdom. It is made up of a section of quayside and the adjoining canal. It is most notable for being home to the headquarters of the Adammic Navy, Pererria Naval Base. It is 341m² in size. Its governor is Lady Admiral Emily Simpson.
Pererria was originally located in Poole Harbour, but was forced to move in January 2018 after the bar adjoining the territory, which was previously owned by relatives of Admiral Simpson, was sold to persons unknown. It was then briefly located near to Simpson's term-time workplace in Birmingham city centre, but was forced to move again after she quit that job. It is currently located on the Worcester and Birmingham Canal, directly adjacent to University Station; it lies around 100 metres away from the University of Birmingham's School of Computer Science, where the Emperor of Adammia currently studies. Alongside Sandal Castle, it is one of the only Adammic territories whose exact location has been disclosed to the general public. It lies around 400 metres to the south of the Wazakhstani Oblast of Metchleygrad; the two micronational territories are separated only by the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
In its current location, Pererria is placed on the site of the ancient Roman Metchley Fort.
Pererria Naval Base covers the entirety of the territory. It is the headquarters of the Navy and the Navy's only unit, the 1st Imperial Fleet, is stationed there. Admiral Emily "Ems" Simpson, as the Chief-of-Staff of the Navy and the commanding officer of the 1st Imperial Fleet, oversees all military activity there.
The Navy does not operate any vessels out of the base. The quayside is frequently used by British vessels overseen by the macronational port authority, without any interference from the Adammic Navy.