Principality of Křivoklát

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Principality of Křivoklát
Křivoklát flag new.png
Krivoklat CoA 2.png
Coat of arms
Motto: Stojíce pospolu proti nepřátelům všem (Czech)
Standing together against all enemies
Anthem: Křivoklát from the will of lord (Latin)
Křivoklát from the will of lord

Location of Křivoklát principality
Coordinateslink=°2′13″N 13°52′43″E&long={{{2}}} 13°52′43″E&long={{{2}}} 50°2′13″N 13°52′43″E, {{{2}}} {{#coordinates:primary|50°2′13″N 13°52′43″E|{{{2}}}}}
and largest city
Official languagesCzech
Ethnic groups (2020)Czechs (100%)
ReligionChristian (100%)
Governmentconstitutional monarchy with reduced reduced parliamentarism Constitutional monarchy
LegislaturePrincely council
• Federation Vltava declared independence
9 March 2020
• Adoption of Constitution
13 March 2020
• Dissolution of Federation Vltava and declaring Křivoklát principality
10 May 2020
• Total
0 km2 (0 sq mi)
• Water (%)
CurrencyCzech crown/Křivoklát crown (CZK)
Time zoneCET (UTC+1)
• Summer (DST)
Date formatdd. mm. yyyy
Drives on theright
Calling code+420
GUM 3-letter codeKRV
Internet TLD.krv (reserved, not used)

The Principality of Křivoklát or also Křivoklátsko is a sovereign state located in the Czech Republic. The state is created on the basis of the claim that the government of the Czech Republic acts against the constitution, and thus against international law, which defines all the obligations of the state. Křivoklátsko meets all the requirements of the international legal recognition of the state, and therefore this claim is justified. Furthermore, the state relies on the thesis that the disintegration of the Czechoslovak Republic in 1993 was a controversial and illegitimate step. The princely council does not approve of this step.

Form of government

The Křivoklát principality is a constitutional monarchy with reduced parliamentarism. The princely council does not support parliament or any other form of legislature. They believe that other forms are unnecessary and created only for entrepreneurs. The highest state authority is the princely council. The state is governed by a constitution approved by the princely council and the Prince.

Political parties

Political parties are banned. This decision was taken by the princely council that political parties could be formed by individuals whose interests do not match the interests of the state.

Law and judiciary

The Principality of Křivoklát does not have a judicial system; if a citizen violates the law, the council imposes an appropriate punishment. We are currently working on the court system and the establishment of courts.

Administrative divisions

Free baronies / lower administrative districts

There are 29 free baronies in the Křivoklát principality, which hold the function of a lower administrative unit and are headed by free lords appointed by the prince and civic councils, which are directly elected. Each baronie has a district of its administrative and cadastral jurisdiction according to assessments from the times when Křivoklát was not a sovereign state. Municipalities and their representatives exercise such transfer of state power as has been transferred to them from a higher administrative district. The ratio of the power of a free lord is equal to the civil council, and both of these authorities participate in the power.

Free baronies: Křivoklát, Velká Buková, Pustověty, Nový dům, Městečko, Zbečno, Sýkořice, Lány, Žilina, Lhota, Běleč, Bratronice, Družec, Malé Kyšice, Braškov, Kyšice, Unhošť, Svárov, Pavlov, Račice, Roztoky, Branov, Karlova Ves, Skryje, Hřebečníky, Hracholusky, Nezabudice, Všetaty, Lačovice.

Counties / higher administrative districts

There are 5 counties in the principality of Křivoklát, which hold the highest transferred competence right after the state district and are above all municipalities. The counties are administered by counts appointed by the prince and by the civil Assemblies, which are elected directly. The ratio of the count's power is equal to that of the Civil Assembly, and both of these authorities participate in power.

Counties: County Křivoklát, County Bratronice, County Unhošť, County Roztoky, County Všetaty.

Administrative divisions

Counties Free baronies
Coat of arms of Křivoklát county
Křivoklát county
Free barony Křivoklát
Free barony Zbečno
Free barony Sýkořice
Free barony Městečko
Free barony Velká Buková
Free barony Pustověty
Free barony Nový Dům
Coat of arms of Bratronice county
Bratronice county
Free barony Bratronice
Free barony Běleč
Free barony Lhota
Free barony Žilina
Free barony Lány
Coat of arms of Unhošť county
Unhošť county
Free barony Unhošť
Free barony Kyšice
Free barony Malé Kyšice
Free barony Svárov
Free barony Pavlov
Free barony Braškov
Free barony Družec
Coat of arms of Roztoky county
Roztoky county
Free barony Roztoky
Free barony Račice
Free barony Branov
Free barony Karlova Ves
Free barony Skryje
Coat of arms of Všetaty county
Všetaty county
Free barony Všetaty
Free barony Lašovice
Free barony Nezabudice
Free barony Hracholusky
Free barony Hřebečníky

Legislative and executive power

Princely council

Emblem of princely council

has legislative power. For the adoption of a law, it is necessary to obtain more than 50% of the votes, for constitutional laws more than 60% of the votes. The princely council has the power to declare a state of war and martial law. Provided that corruption or other tort is proven to a government official, whatever position he is deprived of all seats. The Princely council cannot be dissolved. Each member of the council may be removed.


is a chairman of the council and presides over it. Its task is to keep the council running and to act on behalf of the council, both in the Křivoklát region and abroad if the situation so requires. He has the right to express the trust or distrust of individual members of the council on a justified basis, such as tort (corruption, crime) and to initiate the process of examining interests.


is a head of the state and have executive power and also participates in the creation of new laws, its function is to pass laws, but it can also propose them. The prince has a veto. If he wants to propose and enact a law, he must get more than 50% of the votes, and more than 60% of the votes for constitutional laws. The prince convenes a session of the princely council. He can issue so-called princely orders, which must be in accordance with the legal system of the country, ie these are by-laws.

National symbols

The national symbols of the Principality of Křivoklát are the national flag' - tricolor (blue, white, green), coat of arms of principality, linden tree and linden leaves.

Army of the Křivoklát Principality (AKK)

Emblem of AKK

The army of the Křivoklát principality consists of its citizens (volunteers). If necessary, there is a procedure for mobilizing all citizens at the behest of the parliament. The head of the army is the prince. Basic military service was introduced from the age of 16 to two years. This is paramilitary training, which includes: infantry training and basics of logistics. The army is headed by the General Staff of the Army of the Křivoklát Principality, which reports directly to the prince or the princely assembly. The army of the Principality of Křivoklát is made up of units and formations of several types of forces, namely the ground forces and the air forces. The main task of the military is to defend against external attack and to perform tasks on the basis of international contractual obligations related to common defense or peacekeeping and security operations.


Rank Corps Team:

  • private
  • bachelor

Ranks of non-commissioned officers:

  • corporal
  • second sergeant
  • sergeant

Ensign rank corps:

  • sergeant major
  • Staff Sergeant
  • Ensign

Rank Corps Lower Officers:

  • second lieutenant
  • lieutenant
  • first lieutenant
  • captain

Ranks of Senior Officers

  • staff captain
  • major
  • lieutenant colonel
  • colonel

General Corps:

  • Brigade General
  • Divisional General
  • Army General

Princely Internal Security

The princely internal security is intelligence and counter-intelligence of the paramilitary type. It ensures the stability of the country and the security of all citizens in the territory of the Křivoklát Principality.

Geographical data

Křivoklát borders the Czech Republic.


Křivoklát's climate is in a mild and warm zone.


the highest natural point - 'Tuchonín' (German Touchoninberg) is a peak located in the Křivoklát Highlands, in the cadastre of the village of Malé Kyšice. With a height of 488 meters above sea level. 50 ° 3′6 ″ N, 14 ° 3′17 ″ W


painting of castle Křivoklát

The culture of Křivoklát is similar to the culture of the Czech Republic in terms of language, traditions, cuisine, holidays and religion.

Languages ​​

The primary language is Czech and is the official language of the Principality of Křivoklát, other official languages ​​are Slovak and English. They are mostly used in the Křivoklát region.

Public holidays

Most of the holidays are taken from Czech culture, but only a few of them are their own.

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