Principality of Annina Kravat

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Principality of Annina Kravat
(Russian) Аннина-Краватское Княжество
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Founded 15 August 2010
Area 10m²
Citizens 1
Official language(s) Russian
Jurisdiction Kravat Oblast
Prince/Princess Anna I and HIM Kuri I

The Principality of Annina Kravat is a Principality within Kravat Oblast, in the Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun. It is the first and oldest peerage in Gishabrun, and the only double peerage in Gishabrun, meaning that it is ruled by two Princes or Princesses.

History

The area on which Annina Kravat now stands used to be the site of the Principality of Annina Kravat, a sovereign micronation led by Anna I. However, this principality was defeated in the infamous Furnace War by HIM Tsar Kuri I, then Tsar of Moya Kravat. The area was then made a separate oblast, namely Annina Kravat Oblast, until the 26th of July, 2010, when The Council decided to merge Annina Kravat Oblast into Kravat Oblast. The area was under the complete jurisdiction of Kravat Oblast until the Peerage system of Gishabrun was established, and Annina Kravat was returned to Anna I, but since Annina Kravat was still a part of Gishabrun, HIM Tsar Kuri I kept his title as Prince of Annina Kravat.

Geography

The Principality of Annina Kravat takes up approximately 10 square metres of indoor space, containing the residence of Anna I, Princess of Annina Kravat. It borders Canada to the North and Kravat Oblast on all other sides. It has the same climate as the rest of Kravat Oblast. Probably the only interesting thing in this principality is the Furnace Strip, the previously disputed strip of land that became the site of Gishabrun's first war.




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The Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun

General
Tsarist Empire of GishabrunSumac DepartmentDemographics of The Tsarist Empire of Gishabrun

Gishabrunian Government
HIM Tsar Kuri IPolitical parties of GishabrunGishabrun Armed ForcesCouncil of Gishabrun

Major Events
The Bench War

Awards and Peerages
Peerage System of GishabrunOrder of the CompassOrder of the Willow LeafOrder of the Silver ScimitarPrincipality of Annina KravatBarony of TravinGrand Duchy of Bench-Fraction

Culture
2010 Intermicronational Chess ChampionshipSymbols of Gishabrun