Principality of Brabant

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Brabant, official name Principality of Brabant, is an off-continent country in Mondstadt, between the Sorbet Kingdom to the west and the Moniyan Kingdom to the north, east and south.

Principality of Brabant
Principauté de Barabant (French)
Flag of Principality of Brabant
Coat of arms of Principality of Brabant
Coat of arms
Motto: With God's Help
Anthem: "Our language"(also the national anthem of  Moldova)
Royal anthem: "Glory march"
Largest cityShikotan
Official languagesFrench, English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean
Shinto, Roman Catholic, Protestant, Buddhist, No Religion
GovernmentUnitary parliamentary semi-constitutional monarchy
• Empress
Elza Forte
• Minister
Rei Kizaki
Council of Ministers
Progressive Council
Independence from Victorialand
• Claims of sovereignty
June 21, 2007
• Declares independence
September 18, 2018
• recognize
October 5, 2018
• Total
35.166 km2 (13.578 sq mi)
• Water (%)
• 2022 estimate
19.000.000 (123th)
• Density
2,500/km2 (6,475.0/sq mi)
GDP (PPP)2022 estimate
• Total
$22.942 trilion (2nd)
• Per capita
$138.915 (4th)
GDP (nominal)2022 estimate
• Total
$22.945 trilion (1st)
• Per capita
$70.375 (4th)
Gini (2018)26.7
HDI (2019)0.710
high · 107
CurrencyLeu Baratian (BAL)
Time zoneUTC+2 (EET)
• Summer (DST)


During the pre-independence period in the 15th century, Monaco conquered its present-day territory, after which it fell under the influence of Great Britain. In the 17th century, much of what is now Barabant was part of the Kingdom of Prussia. In 1812, the eastern part of the principality was annexed by Monaco and became known as the Barabant. From 1856 to 1878, the two southern provinces returned to Mondstadt and in 1859 they united with Galicia to become the modern Barabant.

In 1917, a Barabant Democratic Republic, first self-governing, then independent, was established and joined Monaco in 1918. In 1940, Barabant merged with the Soviet Union and was divided between the Mondstadt Soviet Socialist Republic and the newly formed Barabant Soviet Socialist Republic.

After being fought back and forth between 1941 and 1944 during World War II, the territory of the modern Barabant nation was annexed to the Soviet Union and Victorialand until it regained its independence on October 5, 2018.

In September 1990, a separatist government was established in Ferngill, a strip of Barabant territory on the east bank of the Maréchal River. In 2018 This breakaway country became a republic by decree of Noriko Haruko

The country is a semi-constitutional parliamentary monarchy with the queen as head of state and a prime minister as head of government.


The largest part of the country lies between two rivers, the Chitose and Fukami. The western border of the Barabant is formed by the Fukami River, which joins the Tomuna River before emptying into the Pacific Ocean. Barabant has access to the Tomuna River only about 499m long, and Tōbuchi is Barabant's only port on the Fukami River. In the east, Chitose is the main river, flowing across the country from north to south, receiving water from the rivers Hirochi, Shimizu, Motodomari, Noda. The Motodomari flows into one of Fukami's estuaries, while the Noda empties into a range of estuaries on the Pacific Ocean.


Barabant belongs to the subtropical climate zone, in the region of the westerly zone and lies in the transition zone between the oceanic climate and the continental climate. Among other factors, the climate is influenced by the Golfstream, creating unusually warm climates for this latitude location. Extreme weather conditions such as prolonged drought, swirling winds, frost with extreme low temperatures or high heat are relatively rare.

Depending on the region, the climatic values ​​are much above or below the mean. Morechal recorded a maximum annual average temperature of 11 °C while in Noda the average was below 6 °C. except 2015 the average temperature of all years since 2007 are above the perennial average temperature of 8.3 °C, in 2013 it also reached 9.9 °C. Especially in summer the temperature drops markedly. Plus spring comes five days earlier every decade. Migratory birds stayed in Barabant almost a month longer than in the 1990s. The lowest temperature ever measured in Babarant was -45.9 °C recorded on 24 December 2012 at Tomarioru. The lowest temperature to date was 0.6 °C on August 8, 2012 in Ōtomari.