Sildavia

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Principality of Sildavia
Principado da Sildávia (Portuguese)
Flag of Sildavia
Flag
Coat of arms of Sildavia
Coat of arms
Motto: 
""Qui Ludere Cum Spinis Scabere"
"Who stirs with thorns, is scratched"
Anthem: “Salve vós, Princesa”
CapitalKlow
Largest cityOrleáns
Official languagesPortuguese
Ethnic groups (2020)98.0% Mixed race
1.0% White
1.0% Black
Religion(2020)99.0% Catholic
1.0% Irreligion
DemonymSildavian
GovernmentConstitutional Monarchy
Maria of Sildavia
• Prime-Minister of Sildavia
Gabriela Almeida, Countess of Almeida-Pereira
LegislatureSildavian Cabinet
Independence from the Federative Republic of Brazil
• 
17 February 2020
20 February 2020
07 April 2020
Population
• 2020 estimate
6
HDI (2020)0.850
very high
CurrencyKhor Sildavo (KH$)
CS Doubloon (CSD)
Time zoneBRT (UTC−3)
• Summer (DST)
 (UTC−2)
Date formatdd/mm/yyyy
Drives on theright
Calling code+55
Internet TLDw:.br

The Principality of Sildavia is a micronation derived from the Portuguese language. Headquartered in the City of Klow, it was founded on February 17, 2020, by the sovereign princess Maria of Sildavia.

Etymology

Sildavia is a fictional kingdom in the Balkans, which appears in the comic book series The Adventures of Tintin, by the famous Belgian cartoonist Hergé. The name is probably a folder from Transylvania and Moldova. The principality was named after this celebrated artist.

Government

Sildavia adopts the Constitutional Monarchy system, The Prime Minister of Sildavia is the head of government and the Sovereign Prince is the head of state. The Prime Minister takes care of the appointment of the other ministers for the country's management, thus forming the Cabinet (Officially Sildavian Government Office)

Administrative regions

Sildavia is a state made up of 5 sub-regions, each of which is governed by the sovereign of Sildavia and administered by the government of Sildavia. The capital and the main city is Klow, where the address of the Sovereign is located, the Kroppal Palace. Sildavia is divided into:

Sub-Regions of Sildavia
Flag Sub-Regions Sub-Regions
code
Capital Enclaved in Official language(s)
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City of
Klow
KLO Klow Barão de Cocais Portuguese
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Sub-Region of
Orleans
ORN Orleáns Caeté Portuguese
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Sub-Region of
Castella
CAS Castella Belo Horizonte Portuguese
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Sub-Region of
Cocais
COC Cocais Barão de Cocais Portuguese
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Sub-Region of
Moltus
MLT Moltus Itabira Portuguese
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Sub-Region of
Dubronovk
DNK Dubronvk Belo Horizonte Portuguese

Geography

The territory of Sildavia is characterized by plains and plateaus. the Sildavian territory comprises the properties of the princely family of Sildavia. All are enclaves within the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais (in the cities of Barão de Cocais, Caeté, Belo Horizonte, and Itabira).

Climate

The sildavian climate includes tropical and sub-tropical. The environments range from the Atlantic Forest to the Cerrado. The country has hot, humid summers and dry winters. In the capital, Klow, in summer the temperatures vary between 29 ° C and 37 ° C. In winter temperatures vary between 12 °C and 24 °C.

Foreign policy

Sildava diplomacy is governed by the principles of national independence, the prevalence of human rights, and peace. The development of Sildava foreign policy is the responsibility of the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister is responsible for dealing directly with the governments of other states, and for executing foreign policy as designed by the sovereign. In addition, the Minister is also responsible for organizing the internal administration of the Ministry. Sildavia is a member of the Conference of Santiago.

Culture

The Cultural Center of Sildávia is derived from the Brazilian and from Minas Gerais.

Music

Among the main styles of music in the country, Brazilian MPB, Brazilian Scholar, and international music stand out, with Sildavia being a country of very eclectic culture.

Literature

Literature is also of Brazilian influence, with emphasis on Modernism and Brazilian Postmodernism. Some of the main authors are: Clarice Lispector, Cecília Meirelles and the renowned Georges Prosper Remi, known by the name Hergé, who gave several of the names and references to the Sildávia project.