Snagovian Federation

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Snagovian Federation
Federația Snagoveană (Romanian)
Фєдєрацйа Снагѡвєанъ (Snagovian)
Coat of arms
Motto: N/A
Anthem: Tu, Snagov, țară mândră (Romanian)
You, Snagov, proud country

National Seal[1]
SFR ortographic globe with NMLD.png
Location of the Snagovian Federal Republic
Largest cityȘtefănești
Official languagesRomanian
Ethnic groups (2021)Romanians (72.22%)
Nigerians (7.41%)
Chinese (3.70%)
British (3.70%)
Indians (1.85%)
Americans (1.85%)
French (1.85%)
Bangladeshis (1.85%)
Brazilians (1.85%)
Australians (1.85%)
Greeks (1.85%)
ReligionNo official state religion
Christianity (75.93%)
Atheism/Agnosticism (18.52%)
Islam (3.70%)
Hinduism (1.85%)
GovernmentFederal presidential republic under a multi-party democracy
Chilău David Robert (Acting)
Dhrubajyoti Roy (Caretaker)
• Established
18 June 2020
• Total
29.23 km2 (11.29 sq mi)
• 2021 census
54 citizens
CurrencySnagovian Crown (♆)
Time zoneUTC+02 (EET)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Drives on theright
MicrocodeFS [3]

The Snagovian Federal Republic, also known as the Snagovian FR, or just Snagov,[a] is a self-declared independent state with little or no international recognition,[b] and is commonly referred to as micronation by external observers. The Snagovian Federal Republic is located in Eastern Europe, sits on the Wallachian Plain, and is surrounded by Romania from all sides. The total land area of the nation, including all the oblasts is approximately 29.23 square kilometres (11.28 square miles). The population of the nation stands at 54 people, with the most recent census being held in February, in the year 2021. The capital of the nation is Dăchileni, being located in South Siliștea, which has a population of four. The largest city, however, is Ștefănești, which is also located in the South Siliștea Oblast, and has a population of eight. The nation consists of multiple people groups, from all over the world.

The nation was founded and formally established on 18 June 2020, by Gheorghe Ștefan Marius and Chilău David Robert, who assumed the offices of the President and Vice President respectively. The nation is a federal presidential republic under a multi-party democracy, with the Snagovian Parliament being the unicameral legislature. The de jure currency is the Snagovian Crown (SNA ♆), however, the Romanian leu is more commonly used. The three official languages of the nation are Romanian, Snagovian language and English, with Romanian being spoken by 72.22% of the population. The biggest people group are the Romanians, also standing at 72.22% of the entire population.

The nation is formed out of 11 oblasts, with each being ruled by a governor, from a certain party, which is chosen by the citizens of said oblast once a year. All the oblast governors have all of the 11 seats in the Snagovian Parliament, each oblast has one seat. The country was founded as the Federated States of Snagov, the name was changed to the Snagovian Federal Republic on 3 October 2020.


The nation was initially named the Federated States of Snagov at the time of its establishment on 18 June 2020, however, it was renamed to its current form of the Snagovian Federal Republic on 3 October 2020[4].

Snagov comes from the lake that most of the oblasts are close to, The Tâncăbești Oblast, Izvorani Oblast, and the South Siliștea Oblast even having a coast on said lake. It may also come from the Snagov commune in Romania. The "Federal Republic" part comes from the fact that the country is, indeed, a Federal Republic. Gheorghe Ștefan Marius and Chilău David Robert were born and currently live in Snagov, Romania, and so they deemed that it would be appropriate and fair to use a local name for their nation.

"Snagov" is probably of Bulgarian origin, from the word sneg (meaning "snow"). The government of the Snagovian Federal Republic promotes the name's meaning as "snow people".



The first Snagovian nation was the Principality of Snagov, which is considered to be the predecessor-state of the current state. It existed for four months, between 2 December 2015 and 25 March 2016 and was dissolved due to internal conflict between the two rulers.

Flag of the Principality of Snagov (2016)

Four years later, on 18 June 2020, the former co-princes of the Principality of Snagov, Gheorghe Ștefan Marius and Chilău David Robert decided to establish a new micronation, based on the idea of Snagovian unity, and as a means to oppose the current Romanian government, which caused many problems, such as declaring the Snagov region, with its forests and waters, as a "protected area", and not doing a thing to protect it.[5] Even to this day, illegal wood cutting and the littering of Lake Snagov and its surroundings have not yet stopped, even after many complaints from the people in the Snagov, Gruiu, and Ciolpani communes.[6]

Ever since the country's foundation on 18 June 2020, Gheorghe Ștefan Marius has been acting as the President, along with Chilău David Robert being the Vice President.

Initial land claims

From 18 June to 7 September, the land claims of the nation were unrealistic, making the country de facto simulationist. Its population used to stand at 16553 people, in an area of 140.2 km2. These absurd claims violated the Wrythe Convention, which the country signed on 3 November.[7]

The ten states that made up the country during this period were:

Former Snagovian states
Flag Name Capital Population (claimed) Area (claimed)
KORNELIAOLDFLAG.jpg Kornelia Kornelia City 31 4.1 km2 (1.6 sq mi)
AQANTICAOLDFLAG.jpg Aqantica Stellaria 4 2.81 km2 (1.1 sq mi)
CIOLPANIOLDFLAG.jpg Ciolpani Ciolpani 3,380 8.95 km2 (3.5 sq mi)
SILISTEAOLDFLAG.jpg Siliștea Siliștea Snagovului 2,280 32.26 km2 (12.5 sq mi)
GRUIUOLDFLAG.jpg Gruiu Gruiu City 2,832 13.5 km2 (5.2 sq mi)
NSNAGOVOLDFLAG.jpg North Snagov Snagov 1,963 29.21 km2 (11.3 sq mi)
SSNAGOVOLDFLAG.jpg South Snagov Ghermănești 3,924 29.74 km2 (11.5 sq mi)
IZVORANIOLDFLAG.jpg Izvorani Izvorani 660 4.28 km2 (1.7 sq mi)
ETANCABESTIOLDFLAG.jpg East Tâncăbești East Tâncăbești 931 6.29 km2 (2.4 sq mi)
WTANCABESTIOLDFLAG.jpg West Tâncăbești West Tâncăbești 454 9.10 km2 (3.5 sq mi)

The only states that survived the transition from state to oblast were Kornelia and Aqantica. The flags of the states were very low quality, but the inspiration they gave to the current flags can still be seen, such as the colours of the old Aqantican flag still being used on the current one. Tâncăbești was divided into two states, and Gruiu was united into one, single state. Those days, the country didn't have an official anthem, motto, state and city flags, no parliament, and no ministry. Things changed on the 7th of September, however, and a lot of changes were made.

Transition period

The transition period lasted between 7 September and 3 October 2020. On 7 September, the states were dissolved and the new oblasts were formed. On 3 October, the transition period culminated with the nation being renamed as the Snagovian Federal Republic from its existing name of Federated States of Snagov.

During the transition period, the nation temporarily suspended all kinds of diplomatic relations with other nations, only excluding the relations with the State of Vishwamitra. On 4 November, diplomatic relations were deemed available, after the treaty signed with the former Kingdom of Luana (the predecessor to the current Romanian Royal Provisional Administration). At the end of this period, the political parties of the nation started to take shape, along with the country's parliament and its first ministry.

The President and the Vice President during a meeting at the Snagovian People's House (2020)

Current period

The current period in the history of Snagov, also referred to as the "new era" is the period of time succeeding the transition period which lasted between 7 September and 3 October 2020. The new era began on 4 October 2020 with the implementation of newer schemes and ideas for the welfare and development of the nation. The biggest development in the nation since the end of the transition period, was on 2 December 2020, with Dhrubajyoti Roy being appointed as the first Senior Minister of the nation, a position exclusively established by the President in order to assist him in the union council of ministers. On the next day, the first full-time union council of ministers was formed under President Gheorghe Ștefan Marius being the head of the council of ministers in his capacity as the executive head of state. In the First Gheorghe Ștefan Ministry, the Senior Minister was appointed as the deputy head of government and the senior-most of all members after the President who assists the President regarding all cabinet-related matters.

The first legislative election in the nation took place on 6 December with the Snagovian Democratic Alliance, a post-poll coalition formed between the Snagovian National Congress and the Nationalist Democratic Party (Snagovian Federal Republic) winning a combined 53.3% of the total votes and having six of the total seats in the Parliament. The Nationalist Democratic Party was the single largest party in terms of vote percentage winning 33.3% of the total votes and winning three seats, followed by the Snagovian National Congress winning 20% of the total votes and three seats in the parliament. The other two parties, the Snagovian People's Party won 26.7% of the total votes and the Green Party winning 20% of the votes. The two opposition parties won two each seats in the parliament.

On 27 December, the New Moldova Oblast was formed and is the first to be located in the historical region of Moldavia. On 2 April 2021, its name was changed to the Novivrana Oblast.[8]

Government and politics


Logo of the Parliament of the Snagovian Federal Republic.
Parliament seats after the 2020 election.

The legislature of the Snagovian Federal Republic is the Parliament, which is an eleven-member unicameral house. The parliament comprises of eleven elected governors, who rule the eleven oblasts of the nation. The governors are elected by the respective parties they represent after which winning the oblasts. The parliament is the only law-making institution of the nation and is responsible for amending budgets, laws and other business of the nation.

The tenure of the parliament is of one year and general elections are held every year. However, the parliament can be dissolved before the expiration of the tenure by the President on the advice of the Vice President and the Senior Minister. The current parliament, i.e. the first Parliament was constituted in December 2020 following the 2020 Snagovian legislative election in which the Snagovian Democratic Alliance was able to win 53.3% of the total votes; thereby winning six of the eleven seats in the parliament, while three seats were won by the Nationalist Democratic Party, and three by the Snagovian National Congress. The official opposition to the Snagovian Democratic Alliance is the Snagovian People's Party, which has three seats in the parliament. The Green Party have two.

Political parties

Party Logo Party Flag Party Leader Ideology(s) Classification Parliament
Snagovian People's Party
Steag PPS.png
Pierre Pellen
General Secretary
3 / 11
Snagovian National Congress
CNS logo.png
Dhrubajyoti Roy
General Secretary
Social democracy,
Social liberalism,
3 / 11
Nationalist Democratic Party
PND flag.png
Badea Marius Adrian
General Secretary
3 / 11
Green Party
PV concept 2.png
GP flag.png
Cristea Daniel Adrian
General Secretary
Green politics
2 / 11

Foreign relations

The Snagovian Federal Republic has established and maintains diplomatic relations[9][10] with many other nations from all over the world. All matters related to diplomacy are administered by the Office of the President and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, currently headed by the Senior Minister, Dhrubajyoti Roy. Snagov distinguishes two types of diplomatic relations, formal, which are obtained via treaty, and informal, specified by documents of common micronational organizations.

Snagov tries to keep its foreign policy as neutral as possible, and solve conflicts and disputes diplomatically. The State however strongly opposes fiction and fictional micronations. It is a signatory of the Wrythe and Edgbaston Conventions, and strictly adheres to its terms and conditions while maintaining diplomatic relations.

Snagov is a full member-nation of the Grand Unified Micronational[11][12] since 11 March 2021.

Current formal relations

The Snagovian Federal Republic currently maintains formal diplomatic and bilateral relations with thirteen nations as on 3 April 2021, which were achieved by the signing of a mutual recognition treaty between the nations. The first nation to recognize Snagov and establish bilateral relations with them was the State of Vishwamitra on 23 August 2020.

Nation Date Notes
 State of Vishwamitra 23 August 2020 First nation to recognize Snagov; GUM member nation
Steag national secundar.png Luanian Royal Provisional Administration 4 November 2020 Treaty signed as the Kingdom of Luana
ALMIRO member nation
 Socialist Republic of Brittany 29 November 2020
SteagulRepubliciiAlexandria.jpg Republic of Alexandria 21 January 2021 ALMIRO member nation
 Plushunia 27 January 2021 GUM and ALMIRO member nation
Pyrostan.png Presidential Republic of Pyrostan 28 January 2021
Unified Royal States of Australis Unified Royal States of Australis 28 January 2021 GUM member nation
 Gymnasium State 6 February 2021 GUM member nation
 Commonwealth of Dracul 16 February 2021
Flag of the Governorate of Græcia.png Governorate of Græcia 16 February 2021
 Commonwealth of Naveria 17 February 2021
 Kingdom of Queensland 28 February 2021 GUM member nation
NewFlagCaelesta.png Republic of Caelesta 8 March 2021 ALMIRO member nation
Flag of Vlasynia.png Vlasynian Despotate 15 March 2021 GUM and ALMIRO member nation
Flag of GSMLL.svg Republic of Upper Shwartz Morgen Lorgen Land 30 March 2021 GUM observer nation
Nkeflag.png Socialist Federal Republic of Kopernik 12 July 2021 [Treaty of mutual recognition]
FlorilandFlag.jpeg Republic of Floriland 19 July 2021

Former relations

Nation Date Notes
Florensia New Flag.jpg Free State of Florensia 27 January – 3 April 2021 Rupture of bilateral relations due to instability in Florensia.


NATO equiv. code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1 OF(D) Student officer
LAND FORCES FLAG SFR.png Snagov Marshall SFR.png General SFR.png Lieutenant general SFR.png Major general SFR.png Brigadier general SFR.png Colonel SFR.png Lieutenant colonel SFR.png Major SFR.png Captain SFR.png First lieutenant SFR.png Second lieutenant SFR.png No equivalent
Marshal of the
Armed Forces
General of the Army Lieutenant General Major General Brigadier Major Colonel Lieutenant Colonel Major Captain Lieutenant Sublieutenant Officer cadet


A quince tree and an apple tree in New Siliștea

Most of the economy in the Snagovian Federal Republic consists of agriculture, and other services. There are many gardens in the Kornelia Oblast and in the South Siliștea Oblast, with cereals, fruits and vegetables like apples, pears, cherries, mint, potatoes, pumpkins, watermelons, strawberries, weath, corn, plums, mirabelles, quinces, cabbages, tomatoes, carrots, eggplants, cucumbers, grapes, and many more.

They are usually sold in romanian markets, which results in economic gain. The Snagovian Federal Republic is a producer of alcoholic drinks, such as wine, cider, and other liquors. On the other hand, fishing is also important to the country's economy, as well as making jam and kompot.

Administrative divisions

All the Snagovian oblasts can be seen in the table below.

Oblasts in the Snagovian Federal Republic
Flag Emblem Name Region Code Capital Anthem Population Area Governor
KorneliaFlagV4.png KorneliaCOAV5.png Prahova North KOR Aksidava
5 6.38 sq. km
(2.5 sq. mi.)
Cristea Daniel Adrian
Green Party
AqanticaFlagV4.png AqanticaCOAV5.png Aqantica North AQA Aqanstelia
3 1.04 sq. km
(0.4 sq. mi.)
Dhrubajyoti Roy
Snagovian National Congress
VerdusaliaFlagV4.png VerdusaliaCOAV5.png Verdusalia Centre VER Armonia
1 0.92 sq. km
(0.4 sq. mi.)
Nafiz Morshalin
Snagovian National Congress
NorthSilișteaFlagV4.png NorthSilișteaCOAV5.png North Siliștea Centre NSIL Câmpești-Albu
4 4.31 sq. km
(1.7 sq. mi.)
Pavel Constantin
Snagovian People's Party
SouthSilisteaFlagV4.png SouthSilișteaCOAV5.png South Siliștea Centre SSIL Dăchileni
12 0.11 sq. km
(27.1 acres)
Matthew Xia
Snagovian National Congress
IzvoraniFlagV5.png IzvoraniCOAV5.png Izvorani South West IZV Malul Albastru
4 0.8 sq. km
(0.3 sq. mi.)
Andrei Marcel Alexandru
Green Party
TâncăbeștiFlagV6.png TâncăbeștiCOAV5.png Tâncăbești South West TÂN Drevniozer
7 2.76 sq. km
(1.1 sq. mi.)
Andre Carneiro
Nationalist Democratic Party
VlăsiaFlagV4.png VlăsiaCOAV5.png Vlăsia South West VLĂ Codrenii de Baltă
2 7 sq. km
(2.7 sq. mi.)
Sebastian Florea
Nationalist Democratic Party
NorthGruiuFlagV4.png NorthGruiuCOAV5.png North Gruiu East NGRU Lunca
3 2.7 sq. km
(1 sq. mi.)
Ene Silviu
Snagovian People's Party
SouthGruiuFlagV4.png SouthGruiuCOAV5.png South Gruiu East SGRU Noriangrad
6 3.05 sq. km
(1.2 sq. mi.)
Tudor Alessandro
Nationalist Democratic Party
NM FLAG.png NM COA.png Novivrana
NVR Levagrad
7 0.16 sq. km
(0.1 sq. mi.)
Avram Sebastian
Snagovian People's Party


Photo of Lake Snagov taken at Dăchileni in 2020.

The territory of the Snagovian Federal Republic is entirely located in Romania. Ten out of the eleven oblasts are located in the historical region of Muntenia, with only the Novivrana Oblast being located outside of it, in the historical region of Moldova. Seeing as the country is situated in the proximity of Lake Snagov, it enjoys a wide range of flora and fauna. Most lands lie in plains, with wide variety of trees, plants and shrubs. The Snagovian Federal Republic spans over the time zone of UTC+2, which is also known as Eastern European Time. In the summer months, the country, just like Romania, uses the time zone of UTC+3, which is also known as Eastern European Summer Time. Many rivers run through the country, such as the Prahova, the Ialomița, and the Snagov river.

Photo of the Prahova river taken in the Kornelia Oblast, in 2020.

A river which not many people know of is the Poienari river, it is very small, and runs through the Aqantica Oblast.


Oblasts in proximity to Lake Snagov

The oblasts in the proximity to Lake Snagov[c] have a warm summer continental climate (also known as hemiboreal climate) (Köppen climate classification Dfb). As the nation lies, on average, at 90m above sea level, the climate in the Snagovian Federal Republic is warm and continental. When compared with winter, the summers have much more rainfall. The average annual temperature in the Snagovian Federal Republic is 13.06°C (55.5°F). The annual rainfall is 2720 mm (107.1 inch). The driest month is September, with 11 cm (4.4 inches) of rain. In June, the precipitation reaches its peak, with an average of 38.53 cm (15.17 inches). August is the warmest month of the year. The temperature in August averages 25°C (77°F). At -1 °C (30°F) on average, January is the coldest month of the year. The hottest temperature ever recorded in the Snagov area was 42°C (107.5°F) in the month of July, in the year 2000, the coldest temperature on the other hand was -32°C (-25.5°F) in January, in the year 1942.[13]

Climate data for oblasts in proximity to Lake Snagov
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °F (°C) 36
Average low °F (°C) 25
Average Precipitation inches (cm) 8
Sunshine hours 185.1 172.9 274.7 332.9 405.9 425.7 453 416.8 344.8 269.6 214.5 193 3,688.9
Source: Snagovian National Meteorological Administration

Novivrana Oblast

The Novivrana Oblast has a boreal climate (also known as subporal climate) (Köppen climate classification Dfc). As the oblast lies, on average, at 224m above sea level, the climate in the New Moldova Oblast is cold and continental. When compared with winter, the summers have much more rainfall. The average annual temperature in the New Moldova Oblast is 5.4°C (41.72°F). The annual rainfall is 2260 mm (89 inch). The driest month is January, with 8 cm (3 inches) of rain. In July, the precipitation reaches its peak, with an average of 32 cm (12.5 inches). July is the warmest month of the year. The temperature in July averages 15.5°C (59.99°F). At -5 °C (23°F) on average, January is the coldest month of the year. The hottest temperature ever recorded in this area was 37 °C (98.6 °F) in the month of July, in the year 2005, the coldest temperature on the other hand was -34 °C (-29.2 °F) in January, in the year 1939.

Climate data for the Novivrana Oblast
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °F (°C) 32
Average low °F (°C) 14
Average Precipitation inches (cm) 3
Sunshine hours 175.1 168.3 230.5 310.3 390.2 415.6 459 414.3 323.4 268.9 185.3 180.3 3,521.2
Source: Snagovian National Meteorological Administration

National symbols

The national symbols of the Snagovian Federal Republic are things which are emblematic, representative or otherwise characteristic of the Snagovian Federal Republic or Snagovian culture. Some are established, official symbols, including the Flag of the Snagovian Federal Republic, and governmentally-named symbols, such as the national flower and animal. Other symbols may not hold any form official status, for one reason or another, but are likewise recognised at a national or even intermicronational level. The symbols were adopted at various stages in the existence of the Snagovian Federal Republic and various rules and regulations governing their definition or use.

List of national and official symbols of the Snagovian Federal Republic

Symbol Name Image
National Flag Flag of the Snagovian Federal Republic
Flag of Snagov.svg
National Coat of Arms Coat of arms of the Snagovian Federal Republic
National Seal National Seal of the Snagovian Federal Republic
National motto Vires acquirit eundo!
National anthem Tu, Snagov, țară mândră ("You, Snagov, proud country")
National colours Forest green, Cobalt blue, and white              
National animal Eurasian eagle-owl
National flower Nelumbo nucifera
National dish Romanian moussaka
National sport Lawn Tennis
Official language Romanian, Snagovian and English
National calendar Gregorian calendar



Snagovians are mostly Christian, but there are other important minorities, such as the Atheists, the Agnostics, the Hindus, and the Muslims. In the Snagovian Federal Republic, citizens are free to practice any religion they want, with no interference from the government.

Religion in Snagovian Federal Republic

  Christianity (75.93%)
  Atheism/Agnosticism (18.52%)
  Islam (3.70%)
  Hinduism (1.85%)

Population and ethnic groups

Ethnic groups in the Snagovian Federal Republic

  Romanians (72.22%)
  Nigerians (7.41%)
  Chinese (3.70%)
  British (3.70%)
  Indians (1.85%)
  Americans (1.85%)
  French (1.85%)
  Bangladeshis (1.85%)
  Brazilians (1.85%)
  Australians (1.85%)
  Greeks (1.85%)

As of January 2021, the Snagovian Federal Republic has a population of 53 citizens hailing from Europe, the Americas, Australia and Asia. The largest Snagovian diasporas are found in the Romania.

Country No. of citizens
 Romania 39
 Nigeria 4
 China 2
 United Kingdom 2
 United States 1
 India 1
 Bangladesh 1
 France 1
 Brazil 1
 Australia 1
 Greece 1


National holidays

This list consists of all national commemorative events and holidays that are celebrated and observed in the Snagovian Federal Republic. It also consists of religious festivals in order to emphasize and showcase the strong bond of unity amongst the people.

Date Name of the event Description
1 January New Year's Day[14] The first day of the year on the modern Gregorian calendar.
21 January Sports day[15] Commemorative event celebrating the importance and promotion of sports in the nation; also coincides with the birthday of Chilau David Robert. It also marks physical sports events in the capital.
12 February National Flag day Celebrating the National Flag.
8 March International Women's Day International Women's Day (IWD) is celebrated on the 8th of March every year around the world. It is a focal point in the movement for women's rights. It commemorates and highlights the role and importance of women folks in our society.
10 April National Culture Day Commemoration of the importance of culture and traditions in the nation.
22 April Earth Day Annual event celebrated around the world on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection.
1 May International Workers' Day International Workers' Day, also known as Labour Day in most countries and often referred to as May Day, is an annual celebration of labourers and the working class that is promoted by the international labour movement and occurs every year on May Day (1 May).
9 May Victory Day Victory Day is a holiday that commemorates the surrender of Nazi Germany in 1945. It was first inaugurated in the 15 republics of the Soviet Union, following the signing of the German Instrument of Surrender late in the evening on 8 May 1945 (after midnight, thus on 9 May Moscow Time). The Soviet government announced the victory early on 9 May after the signing ceremony in Berlin.
15 May Day of the Snagovian language Commemorates the creation of the Snagovian language.
11 June World Agriculture Day Commemorates the importance of agriculture in the nation.
18 June National Independence Day Annual event celebrated to commemorate the independence of the nation from Romania on 18 June 2020.
25 June Lake Snagov Day Annual event commemorating the importance and beauty of Lake Snagov. First celebrated in the year 1933, upon the declaration of the event by Romanian King Carol II in the presence of Michael I, Nicolae Iorga, Dimitrie Gusti, Iuliu Maniu and other representatives from various sporting associations and scouts.
1 July National Defence Day Annual event celebrated to commemorate the role and importance of the defence services of the nation.
24 July Kornelia Day Commemorates the first oblast to join the union.
23 August Snagovian People's Day Celebrates the great brotherhood of the hard-working Snagovian people.
21 September International Day of Peace The International Day of Peace, sometimes officially known as World Peace Day, is a United Nations-sanctioned holiday observed annually on 21 September. It is dedicated to world peace, and specifically the absence of war and violence, such as might be occasioned by a temporary ceasefire in a combat zone for humanitarian aid access.
5 October World Education Day Celebrates and commemorates the role, importance and promotion of education in the society and the world.
17 October International Day for the Eradication of Poverty The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is an international observance celebrated each year on October 17 throughout the world. The first commemoration of the event took place in Paris, France in 1987 when 100,000 people gathered on the Human Rights and Liberties Plaza at the Trocadéro to honor victims of poverty, hunger, violence, and fear at the unveiling of a commemorative stone by Joseph Wresinski, founder of the International Movement ATD Fourth World.
28 November Snagovian Unity Day Celebrates the unity of the country. In the best case scenario, it is celebrated in Dăchileni, all the oblasts' flags are raised up, and all their anthems are played, to celebrate the country's unification.
10 December Human Rights Day Human Rights Day is celebrated annually across the world on 10 December every year.

The date was chosen to honor the United Nations General Assembly's adoption and proclamation, on 10 December 1948, of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), the first global enunciation of human rights and one of the first major achievements of the new United Nations.

25-26 December Christmas Christmas (or the Feast of the Nativity) is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. A feast central to the Christian liturgical year, it is preceded by the season of Advent or the Nativity Fast and initiates the season of Christmastide, which historically in the West lasts twelve days and culminates on Twelfth Night. Christmas Day is a public holiday in many of the world's nations, is celebrated religiously by a majority of Christians, as well as culturally by many non-Christians, and forms an integral part of the holiday season centered around it.
27 December Saint Stephen's Day Christian saint's day, commemorating Saint Stephen, the first Christian martyr or protomartyr. The Eastern Orthodox Churches that adhere to the Julian calendar mark Saint Stephen's Day on 27 December according to that calendar, which places it on 9 January of the Gregorian calendar used in secular contexts. In Latin Christian denominations, Saint Stephen's Day marks the second day of Christmastide.
28 December Vrancean Moldovans Day Commemorates the people of the Novivrana Oblast, the oblast located in Vrancea County, which is located in Western Moldavia in Romania and hence named "Vrancean".

External links


  1. Official Snagovian Twitter handle. New National Seal implemented. 23 October 2020.
  2. Official Snagovian Twitter handle. The Snagovian language. 27 September 2020.
  3. FS is the microcode for the Snagovian Federal Republic. Microcode.
  4. Official Snagovian Twitter handle. Federated States of Snagov renamed as the Snagovian Federal Republic. 03 October 2020.
  5. The "Snagov Forest" Natural Protected Area. 13 February 2021.
  6. Pro TV News (article in romanian) Snagov nature reserve, destroyed for real estate projects. 9 April 2019.
  7. Official Snagov Twitter handle The Snagovian Federal Republic ratifies and subsequently signs the Wrythe and Edgbaston Conventions. 3 November 2020
  8. Presidential Decree Administrative names are changed 2 April 2021.
  9. Dhrubajyoti Roy. "Foreign Policy of Snagov 2021".
  10. Gheorghe Stefan Marius. "Snagov adopts a new foreign policy, as a move towards professionalism".
  11. Dhrubajyoti Roy. "Senior Minister's statement following the promotion of Snagov as full member in the Grand Unified Micronational".
  12. Gheorghe Stefan Marius. "Snagov becomes a full member of the Grand Unified Micronational".
  13. Climate in the Oblasts in proximity to Lake Snagov.
  14. Official Snagovian Twitter handle. Fireworks in Dăchileni celebrating the arrival of 2021. 1 January 2021.
  15. Official Snagovian Twitter handle. Snagovian Sports day 2021. 21 January 2021.
  16. Official Snagovian Twitter handle. Official Discord server made. 29 November 2020.


  1. Not to be confused with Lake Snagov, the Snagov Commune, the Snagov river, or the Snagov forest.
  2. The Snagovian Federal Republic is considered as a de jure part of the Republic of Romania.
  3. All Snagovian oblasts, other than the New Moldova Oblast.