Principality of the Carpathia

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the Carpathia
Pavlovian: Карпатія
— Governorate of Pavlov
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Motto
Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam
Official language(s)
Romanian
Demonym
Carpathian
Capital
Alexandrești

Government
Governorate of the Empire of Pavlov
- Governor
Dame Oksana Islamivna Gerajmovich KOFE

Formation
2015
Admission into the Empire
October 11, 2016

Population
2

Carpathia, officially the Principality of the Carpathia, is a constituent state of the Empire of Pavlov, located in Europe. Claiming approximately one square kilometer of territory at the border of Ukraine and Romania, its capital is Alexandrești.

History

An absolute monarchy since its foundation on 24 October 2015[1], is a self-declared independent sovereign state, commonly referred to as a micronation by external observers, claiming lands in on the border of Ukraine and Romania and currently being under the Leadership of Their Royal Highness-es the Co-Domnitori Alexander XII and Oscar I.

The Principality of the Carpathia is a microntion, an international cultural project dedicated to preserving Romanian customs, culture and traditions and being a place for people interested in monarchy in general[2].

On 09 July 2016, the Household of Their Royal Highness-es the Co-Domnitori Alexander XII and Oscar I, has announced that the Domnitor Oscar abdicated from the Princely throne of the Carpathia leaving the throne solely to Alexander XII. This was done as a part of the Treaty of Alexandrești, between the two co-Domnitori, by which Carpathia would become a constituent state of the Karno-Ruthenian Empire[3]. On October 11, 2016 Carpathia joined the Empire of Pavlov, after a series of negotiation.The Act of the Annexation of the Carpathia, is the instrument of Annexation. Immediately on joining the Empire, His Imperial Majesty the Emperor and Autocrat of all-Pavlov, appointed His Illustrious Highness Maxim the Count of Rusin-Eolin as the Viceroy of the Carpathia

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