Queendom of Aquariana

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Not to be confused with Csardom of Aquariana.
Queendom of Aquariana
Water is Cool, Drink Water
and largest city
Official languagesEnglish
GovernmentAbsolute Monarchy
• Queen
Gia I
Independence from the United States
• Independence
7 December 2019
• Dissolution
2 September 2020
• Csardom proclaimed
7 December 2020
• Estimate
Date formatmm-dd-yyyy
Drives on theright

The Queendom of Aquariana was a micronation located in Rhode Island, United States. It was an informal protectorate of the Great Lawl Reich and is a former member state of the Micronational Assembly.


Aquariana was declared on 7 December 2019 after Queen Gia I joined the Micronational Assembly. As a result, Aquariana became a member state of the Micronational Assembly. On 20 February 2020, Jaime III was appointed Prime Minister of Aquariana. On 21 February 2020, Tsar Stefan I made an offer to make Aquariana a protectorate of Great Lawl Reich, and Queen Gia I agreed on 17 March. However, no treaty was established, making Aquariana an informal protectorate. On 5 April 2020, Jaime III resigned as Prime Minister after dissolving the United Ocean States. On 12 June 2020, Aquariana withdrew from the Micronational Assembly.

Aquariana dissolved on 2 September 2020.[n 1] The Queendom of Aquariana was succeeded by the Csardom of Aquariana on 7 December 2020.

Foreign Relations and Diplomacy

Informal diplomacy


Aquariana was an absolute monarchy ruled by Queen Gia I. The King/Queen served as head of state and the Prime Minister served as head of government of Aquariana.


1. Queen Gia I: 7 December 2019 – 2 September 2020

–. Regent Stefan: 2 September 2020 – 7 December 2020 (unofficially)[n 2]

Prime Minister

1. Jaime III: 20 February 2020 – 5 April 2020


  1. Although Queen Gia I dissolved Aquariana, the Great Lawl Reich did not recognize the dissolution until 7 December 2020, since it considers Aquariana to be its protectorate and that Tsar Stefan I never gave approval.
  2. The title of Regent was never officially used.