Principality of Beremagne

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Principality of Beremagne
Principauté de Bérémagne fr
Flag of Principality of Beremagne
Coat of arms of Principality of Beremagne
Coat of arms
Motto: Serve, Share, Debate (English)
Demonym(s)Beremian / Bérémi(e)
GovernmentConstitutional Monarchy
• Sovereign Prince
Emanuel, Prince of Beremagne
• Minister of State
Houssine Casanova
EstablishmentFebruary, 11 2018
• (as of 2019 census) census
CurrencyEuros, Dollars, Canadian Dollars
Time zone(UTC-5)
This nation is a member of the OMF

Beremagne, officially the independent and Sovereign Principality of Beremagne is a self-declared independent nation-state (more commonly referred to as a micronation by outsiders) with claims it's territory in North America. Founded the eleven of february 2018 by Emanuel of Dovimaldi-Nassor, the principality of Bremagne is a Constitutional Monarchy.

The preservation of democratic values, as the human's rights are really important for the government.

Structure and Name

The Principality's name was defined at the beginning of February 2018, during a meeting between all the future government, composed few weeks before the sovereignty declaration. The name and the type of government were defined by a vote, with the majority. As today, the official name is : The independent and Sovereign Principality of Beremagne.



On the February, 19th of 2018, the now Sovereign-Prince Emanuel established the throne of Beremagne, declaring the non-organized territory of Lac-Ministuk (Canada), to be independent from the British Crown.

Extrait of The original Declaration of Sovereignty of Beremagne.

At the beggining, the principality was ruled by an Absolute Monarchy, which became a Constitutional Monarchy with the first constitution, published during March 2018.

The States of the Crown of Beremagne

Main articles: State of Tamopa

The States of the Crown of Beremagne are some micronations (formerly defunct or not) that the principality decided to keep under the authority of the government, in the goal to keep the nations alive. Today only one state have the status of "State of the Crown of Beremagne":

  • The State of Tamopa (Former principality of)

Below you can find the different symbols of this state:

National symbols


The Principality of Beremagne is ruled by a State Minister, appointed by the Sovereign-Prince after an election to the beremians citizens. After the appointment, the State Minister have the mission to compose the government of the principality for the next five years. A non-citizen can be choised as a minister, but automatically take the citizenship, the day of the acceptation of the list by the sovereign. Each moment, in case of a major error from a minister, the Government's chief, with clearance of the Prince, can revoke any person from the government.

In August 2018 was created the department of Secret affairs of the Principality, ruled both by the State Minister and the Minister of Defense.

Foreign affairs

The foreign relations of the principality of Beremagne are ruled by the sovereign, and accepted or rejected by the Minister of State. Actually, the principality of Beremagne is opened to any non-virtual micronation in the world. Also, some treaty can be signed, but for the principality, a relation is not a synonym of 'Treaty'.



In everyday use, French is used by the majority of the citizens of Beremagne. During weekly meetings, the language used is, French and/or Engish


The principality of Beremagne doesn't recognize any religion as a 'State Religion', but by the history, the former state religion was catholicism. Now, the religious freedom is guaranteed by the law and the constitution to all citizens.

Genealogy of the Beremians Sovereigns

  • Sovereigns of Lac-Ministuk, since 1865
    • Victoria of the United-Kingdom (1865-1901), Queen of England - House of Hanover
      • Edouard VII of the United-Kingdom (1901-1910), King of England - House Saxe-Cobourg-Gotha
        • Georges V of the United-Kingdom (1910-1936), King of England - House of Windsor (Former Saxe-Cobourg and Gotha)
        • Edouard VIII of the United-Kingdom (1936), King of England - House of Windsor
        • Georges VI of the United-Kingdom (1936-1952), King of Canada - House of Windsor
        • Elisabeth II of the United-Kingdom (1952-2018), Queen of Canada - House of Windsor
          • Emanuel I of Beremagne (2018- present), Prince of Beremagne - House of Dovimaldi-Nassor