Province of Grancasa

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Duchy of Libertia
Province of Grancasa
Província de Grãcasa (pt)

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Coat of Arms

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Upper view of the Ducal Palace of Lomellina e Berenguer (February 2016)

Country Newlibertia.png Duchy of Libertia
Subdivisions Upper Grancasa
Lower Grancasa
Government Province
- Provincial Marquis D. Alexandro
Area Claimed ~150 m² (1614.586 ft²)
Population 6 (permanent)
Demonym Grancasian (eng)
Grãcaso / Grãcasa (pt)

The Province of Grancasa (Portuguese: Província de Grãcasa) is one of the three libertian provinces and also the capital city of the Duchy of Libertia. Most of the province's area is occupied by the Ducal Palace of Lomellinha e Berenguer where the ducal family Lomellinha e Berenguer resides and work as the governmental body of Libertia. Also, the palace is one of the three major residences in the Kingdom of Ruthenia being the other two: Persenburg-Götzödorf and Winter Residence.

History

The now Ducal Palace of Lomellina e Berenguer was built arround 1900 and 1905 by anonymous portuguese builders. In total, three families lived in Grancasa until the House of Lomellina e Berenguer bought the house in 1999 attached to Arpuro, a green field full of fruit trees and some chickens (hence the rooster as the symbol of Libertia).

The province was once called Lomellina Consolato the official residence of the Lomellinian Royal Family, it's location was unknown until the events after the Lomellinian Revolt that dethroned D. Guilherme da Lomellina e Berenguer from Castello di Valle the capital city of Lomellina.

Politics

List of Provincial Marquesses

Name Began Ended Period House
1.
D. Guilherme da Lomellina e Berenguer
1 December
2014
23 February
2015
84 days
Lomellina-Berenguer
2.
D. Louise Câmara
23 February
2015
18 June
2015
115 days
Fernandez Câmara
3.
D. Siera Moniz Veloza da Lomellina e Berenguer
18 June
2015
6 September
2015
80 days
Lomellina-Berenguer
4.
D. Alexandro da Lomellina e Berenguer
6 September
2015
present
incumbent
Lomellina-Berenguer

See also