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Republic of Vetria
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| Republic of Vetria |
Repubblica di Vetria (Italian)
Ionadaí agus Daoine
Arthur Darley's Jig
|Castelvetro di Modena, Italy |
|Capital city||Borgo Vecchio|
|Largest city||Borgo Vecchio|
|Official language(s)||Italian, Irish, Vetrian|
|- President||F. Pradelli|
|- President of the Assembly||Alessia Sola|
|- Type||- Unicameral|
|- Number of seats||- 10|
|- Last election||- 27 May 2014|
|Established||27 June 2012|
|Patron saint||Saints Senesio and Teopompo|
The Republic of Vetria (Italian: Repubblica di Vetria, Irish: Poblacht na bhFetria, Vetrian: Lyðyvylð e Vetria) is a micronation founded on 27 June 2012. It is located in Northern Italy.
The name Vetria was created by a mangling of the toponym Castelvetro di Modena, place where the Micronation came into being.
Vetria is a presidential republic and a direct democracy.
The political sector of the micronation is composed by President, President of the Assembly and the Ministers.
The national territory is divided into five departments:
- Federal District
- San Giorgio
- Alta Città
It also includes three outer communities:
- La Villa
Geogeaphy and climate
The territory is located inside central Emilia-Romagna, claiming the historical center of Castelvetro di Modena, plus some isolated centers around the town and the municipality.
In autumn and winter, it tends to be rainy and/or cloudy, while in late January it is sometimes snowy; in summer, it is sunny with very high temperatures (sometimes even touching 40°C).
The national economy is regulated by the Minister of Finance and the People's Bank of Vetria.
The currency is the Vetrian Lira (ISO: VTL, Symbol: ₤; pegged to the Euro).