Principality of New Eiffel

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Red, blue, and yellow
Coat of arms containing shield, and crown, held by foxes
Coat of arms
Government Seal of New Eiffel.png
Capital Új Repülő
Largest city New Leeds
Official languages English
New Eiffellian
Recognised national languages Hungarian
Recognised regional languages Dutch
Ethnic groups 46.15% South African
30.76% Dutch
23.03% New Eiffelic
Religion 75% Christianity
50.0% Anglicanism
50.0% Protestantism
25% Nonreligious / Unknown
Demonym New Eiffelish (de jure)

Unitary parliamentary

constitutional monarchy
• Monarch
Zed I
Daleen Smith
Legislature Parliament
Upper Sters
Lower Sters
Independence from the United Kingdom
• Declaration of Independence
31 December 2017
• Principality established
11 August 2018
• Current constitution
1 March 2019
• Total
0.00058 km2 (0.00022 sq mi)
• Water (%)
• Estimate
13 (5 on the mainland, 5 in Dutch New Eiffel and 3 in the State of Rekkeb)
• Density
0.04/km2 (0.1/sq mi)
GDP (nominal) 2018 estimate
• Total
£28,293.03[note 1](2019)
very high
• Per capita
£2,357.75 (2018)
HDI (2018) 0.731
Currency Pound Sterling
New Eiffelic Ping (de jure)
South African Rand
Euro (de facto)
Time zone GMT
Date format dd-mm-yyyy;
Drives on the left
Calling code +895
Internet TLD .eif[1]

The Principality of New Eiffel (PNE), commonly known as New Eiffel (NE) and formerly known as New Temporary and the Republic of New Finland, is a micronation[2] located in northwestern Europe, landlocked almost completely within London, England. New Eiffel is located near the Austenasian territory of Green Gate and the Presidential Republic of Livettree. New Eiffel is a constitutional monarchy with Prince Zed I as the head of state. It's population is 13, however it has 27 citizens. The capital is Új Repülő and the largest city is New Leeds. New Eiffel has 3 official languages (English, Afrikaans, New Eiffellian), 3 national languages (Hungarian, Arabtemporarian, Zësøtix), and 3 recognised minority languages (LOLspeak, Flemish, Dutch).

New Eiffel was established as a republic on 31 December 2017, and was called New Finland. New Eiffel officially became a principality on 11 August 2018, and after a long political struggle and conflicts, New Eiffel was officially reunified on 30 August 2018. It's current constitution was implemented on 1 March 2019.

New Eiffel was a member of the Québécois Commonwealth on 9 March 2019. Emily Gréz acted as Governor-General; representing New Eiffel. New Eiffel also founded the Christian Micronational Union and the Organisation of Active Micronations (OAM), which currently has 47 full member states. New Eiffel became a member of the Grand Unified Micronational on 19 May 2019.[3] New Eiffel is also a member of the League of Nations, New Eiffelic Commonwealth, Union Against Micronational War, United European Micronations and the Micronational Olympic Federation, and will take place in the 2020 or 2021 games.

New Eiffel has numerous territories under its control, four territories (uninhabited land claimed by New Eiffel) and two states. New Eiffel has a population of 13 people, which excluding uninhabited territories, makes it one of the most densely populated micronations in the world.

New Eiffel is a big economic nation, and often ranks high on measurements of nation performance. New Eiffel has a 5/5 on the Economic Potential Index. New Eiffel has a total GDP of £28,293.03. New Eiffel was ranked 10th on the Micronational Popularity Index with 4 votes.


New means New Eiffel was reborn from the old micronation, the Republic of New Finland, and Eiffel is for 'Eiffel' Tower, which represents a tower in the air, representing progress and integrity.

Official names

New Eiffel's Microcode is NE and New Eiffel's official MOF Code and GUM 3-letter country code is NEI. The official initialism for Principality of New Eiffel is PNE.


South African Era

The old flag of New Eiffel: the flag of the Republic of New Finland

New Eiffel was founded as a country project on 31 December 2017, formally known as the Republic of New Finland located in South Africa.

There were nine residents living in the first claimed area of New Finland, although none of them were officially citizens. New Finland adopted its first national flag on the day it was founded. The meaning of flag is unknown, however Prince Zed I belives it was meant to symbolise unity, since it has multiple colours on the left corner of the flag and it was based upon the South African flag, which represents unity.

The Republic of New Finland became slightly inactive after late February. Prince Zed I, who was President Zarel Smith at the time, decided they needed to give New Finland a boost if it was ever going to became a major micronation. He was backed up by many of his citizens at the time. This lead to the Early days area, where he would adopt new and improved laws, a government system, and national symbols.

Early days

A New Finland passport, no longer in use

Sometime in early March New Finland became located in England. New Finland was described as a struggling micronation by many citizens, with one even calling it an already failed state.

The Early days is considered one of the most important times in New Eiffel history. New Finland adopted a new flag and coat of arms. New Finland also adopted many national symbols, such as a national animal, national anthem, and a national monument, some of which are used still used as national symbols today.

The first road the J25 was constructed, however at that time it didn't have a name. The first three cities were named, Smithton, Hardwork Village Outback and Smithington, which would later be renamed to Plitvice, Új Repülő and New Leeds respectively.

New Eiffel Civil War

New Finland became involved in a civil war when the Supreme General of HRANE tried to overthrow the micronation and become the new king.

The Supreme General announced that he had declared war on his own micronation to try to gain control over it. The Supreme General then attacked Zarel Smith around five minutes after he declared war. He attacked the President in his office. The President then quickly grabbed a wooden sword and defended himself. The Supreme General later gave up after being hit in the leg.

As a result, the Supreme General became the Minister of War and had most of his power stripped to make sure nothing like this would ever happen again. He was also suspended from HRANE for fifteen days. Tighter security was also put in place.

Kingdom of New Finland

The president made a deal with the Minister of War that if New Finland became a Kingdom, the Minister of War would have to keep peace. He accepted and New Finland became a kingdom, and the president was elected king.

This was a controversial time in New Eiffel’s history, since the King was accused of disobeying the law and using loopholes and false allegations to steal people's property. The King willingly stepped down after heavy complaints from the population and the media.

Kingdom of New Finland conflict


On 11 August 2018, the Kingdom of New Finland officially became a principality, and was renamed to the Principality of New Temporary. Prince Zed I called it a "re-founding" of the micronation, and installed a new government, which was stronger and better then the original. Prince Zed I and the government installed new laws, and made New Temporary’s online presence more well known.

New Temporary was later renamed to New Eiffel after the population voted for a new name.

The so-called reunification worked, and business and tourism started to blow up. New Eiffel also founded the Organisation of Active Micronations on 21 November 2018, which as of 31 May 2019 has 43 member states. New Eiffel also joined other various intermicronational organisations.

Government and politics

New Eiffel is called a 'flawed democracy', with Social Democracy being a popular ideology. Capitalism and Nationalism are also popular, with Communism gaining recent popularity. Anarcho-capitalism could also have a shot in New Eiffel. Authoritarian socialism, Anarchy, and Swampism are very disliked topics in New Eiffel. Social Justice and LGBTQ+ rights are also highly debated, with same-sex marriage not being performed nor recognised.

Autocracy in general is a neutral topic in New Eiffel, which is surprising since Swampism and Authoritarian socialism are very controversial.

Being a principality, the current prince is Prince Zed I, who serves as the head of state. Prince Zed I will either serve until his death or stepping down by resigning. According to him, all of his known living relatives are next in-line for the throne, weather they accept it or not. The person who is next in-line may choose to serve or not. The head of state may resign when ever he wishes, however they must give a 30-day warning first.

The current prime minister is Daleen Smith, who is also the Minister of Education and Minister of Foriegn Affairs. She was elected on 25 December 2018, after her political party the Orange Party won the 2018 New Eiffel Prime Minister Election.

J. Heystek A. Smith is the leader of the Yellow Party and is the former Minister of War and general of HRANE. He was responsible for commanding attacks and declaring war on other micronations or countries. However the general still needs permission from the government and occasionally Prince Zed I.

Political parties

A New Eiffel citizen voting at the 2018 New Eiffel Prime Minister Election

New Eiffel is a unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy, with twenty-nine seats in parliament. There is one election every year starting on December 15 and ending on the 25 for a new prime minister. Each election ceremony takes place in a different country or micronation. New Eiffel has eleven political parties, and every citizen is allowed to vote. Each citizen gets two votes. Every political party was required to get one seat in parliament, however after a large amount of political parties were created the law was abolished following the political party reform. Every citizen is required to vote at least once, with no required amount for downvoting.

There were two former parties, the Grand Libertarian Party and the Socialist Yellow Party. The Socialist Yellow Party got four votes in the 2018 New Eiffel Prime Minister Election, and was tied at third place with the New Eiffel Anti-Smoking Party.

The Socialist Yellow Party was dissolved on 24 December, one day before the end of the 2018 Prime Minister Election. In an interview, the leader of the Socialist Yellow Party stated “I dissolved the Socialist Yellow Party because I simply changed my political views. The Yellow Party will now be my main party.”

Following the dissolution of the Socialist Yellow Party, the Socialist Scandinavian Party gained all four of its seats after a parliament vote. This was decided since it was the only other socialist party at the time.

Party Name Flag[note 2] Political position Leader Date of foundation Seats
Socialist Scandinavian Party SSP-Flag.jpeg Centre-left ZarelJune2019.jpeg Zarel I 12 September 2018
10 / 29
The Orange Party Orange Party Flag.jpeg Right-wing Daleen Smith 2.jpeg Daleen Smith 19 September 2018 (de facto)
06 / 29
New Eiffel Anti-Smoking Party ASP Flag.jpeg Single-issue New Eiffel Anti-Smoking Organisation Logo.png New Eiffel Anti-Smoking Organisation November 2018
04 / 29
Pro-Subdivisions Political Party PSP-Flag.jpeg Centre-right to right-wing Government Owned Late September 2018
02 / 29
Communist Party of New Eiffel Communism New Eiffel.jpeg Far-left Emily Gréz November 2018
02 / 29
Nationalist Party of New Eiffel Nationalist Party of New Eiffel-3.jpeg Centre Government Owned November 2018
02 / 29
Independent L. Smith Party New Eiffel Flag.jpeg Centre-right Louis Smith Portrait.jpeg Louis Smith 31 December 2017 (De jure), 12 September 2018 (de facto)
0 / 29
Yellow Party Yellow Party Flag.jpeg Right-wing to far-right JOOST Smith in May 2019.jpeg J. Heystek A. Smith 12 September 2018
0 / 29
LGBTQ+ Rights Party LGBTQ+RightsParty.png.jpeg Far-left Vacant Vacant 4 December 2018
0 / 29
Christian Conservative Party Right-wing ZarelJune2019.jpeg Zarel I 21 May 2019
0 / 29

Armed forces

the United Armed Forces (UAF) are the armed forces in New Eiffel. They have three main branches, His Royal Army of New Eiffel, the Airforce of New Eiffel and the Navy of New Eiffel. Each branch also has their own smaller branches too, such as the National Coastguard of New Eiffel, which is owned by the Navy of New Eiffel.

The United Armed Forces is responsible for funding their own branches. Most of the budget comes either from public funding or the government itself.

Foriegn relations of New Eiffel

New Eiffel has little foreign relations with other micronations. New Eiffel is the founder of the Organisation of Active Micronations (New Eiffel Union), which currently has 47 member states and 6 observers.

New Eiffel has made a special trade deal with the Presidential Republic of Livettree, over the New Eiffel Border War. The Presidential Republic of Livettree wanted to gain independence from New Eiffel, and eventually independence was granted after a referendum.

Recognised states; no diplomatic relations

States refused recognition; no foreign relations

Full foreign relations and treaties signed

Informal relations


Cities, free association states, states and territories

New Eiffel is comprised of municipalities, free association states, states, and territories. New Eiffel has three municipalities called cities, Új Repülő, New Leeds, and Plitvice. Új Repülő is the capital and New Leeds is the largest city. Only New Leeds has a permanent population. New Eiffel has two states, which are self governing territories with permanent populations, still under New Eiffel rule. The only two states are Dutch New Eiffel and the State of Rekkeb. Free association states, also known as associated states, are like states, but they have more sovereignty, and may join separate organisations. They can be inhabited or uninhabited. New Eiffel has two free association states, Grove, and Foxnin Creek. New Eiffel has multiple territories, which are like states but they have no permeant populations. The current territories are the United New Eiffelic Territories, Hsed, New Eiffelic Antarctic Territory, and Danebork.

Flag Name Annexed Population
Új Repül.jpeg Új Repülő 3 January 2018 0
Flag of New Leeds.jpeg New Leeds 3 January 2018 5
Plitvic Flag.jpeg Plitvice 3 January 2018 0
Dutch New Eiffel.jpeg Dutch New Eiffel 2 January 2019 (as a city), 14 February 2019 (as a state) 5
Rekkeb Flag.jpeg State of Rekkeb Unknown 3
Hsed.jpeg Democratic Territory of Hsed 28 August 2018 0
Flag of the United New Eiffelic Territories.jpeg United New Eiffelic Territories 22 March 2019 0
New Eiffel Antarctica.jpeg New Eiffelic Antarctic Territory Early 2019 0
Flag of Danebork.jpeg Danebork 21 April 2019 0
Free association states
Flag of Foxnin Creek.jpeg Foxnin Creek 1 July 2019 0
Flag of Grove.jpeg Grove 13 July 2019 0

Law and order

New Eiffel uses a civil law system where laws are created and amended in Parliament and the system regulated through the Official ZedCourt o' Ex New Finland and New Eiffel. It consists of the Supreme Judge and a Chief Justice, however both positions has been vacant since January 2019. The Prince has a final say on all laws that are voted on in parliament. The law is enforced by the Police Force of New Eiffel.

Crime is very low, the New Eiffel government has stated they have plans to build a prison, however since they do not yet have one, the only punishments are either fines or unpaid community service.


New Eiffel is a micronational economic superpower. New Eiffel is considered a mixed economy. Although being Socialist, the economic system is based upon Capitalism. Corporations make up around seventy to ninety percent of the total economy. This includes film production, clothes, banking, food, therapy, construction, and natural resources. New Eiffel has fifty-five registered businesses, altough some of them may be inactive or defunct.

Construction and infrastructure are also relatively big industries.

New Eiffel has one of the strongest economies in the micronational world. According to the Economic Potential Index, New Eiffel has a five out of five, with the Economic Potential Index saying "This micronation has serious potential for a strong economy".


New Eiffel's official currency is the New Eiffelic Ping. New Eiffel also accepts Euro, South African rand, Pound sterling, and a fictional currency, Monopoly money.

Monopoly money is the most traded currency inside New Eiffel however. It is treated as the official currency, despite not being official. Monopoly money is used to buy stamps, plushies, clothes, food, and occasionally also used for banking. Despite Monopoly money being used by almost all of the population, the government is planning on making the Euro the official currency of New Eiffel by 2022, since New Eiffelic Ping is highly inflated, and pricey to print.

Cinema in New Eiffel

Famous New Eiffelic horror film, created by Farkasok és Szar Studios and distributed by Zfilms

New Eiffelic people love movies. A national holiday of New Eiffel is Movie Day. The film industry is thriving, with over 20 films having been released in New Eiffel. The film industry is massive, with the total revenue estimated to be at least £2,651.20. The biggest distribution studio is Z&jProductions (63.6%), which is completely dominating the film market. Follwed by Z.S. Movies (13.64%), Ninja Films (9.09%), Zfilms (9.09%), and Farkasok és Szar Studios (4.54%).

All films that are released in New Eiffel are required to receive an age rating/classification. The Official New Eiffel Ratings Board gives film age ratings based on multiple factors (Commonly violence, language, alcohol usage and drug use).

A subdivision of ONERB, the New Eiffel Subtitling Company, is responsible for giving films subtitles.

New Eiffel has two cinemas, New Eiffel Cinema and the Gif Movie Theatre. The Gif Movie Theatre is currently being auctioned, whilst New Eiffel Cinema is still in use.

Despite the massive industry, the Gif Movie Theatre filed for bankruptcy, and New Eiffel Cinema is slowly losing money.


The New Eiffel government is responsible for collecting taxes. Taxation can also be payed at the either the local government or at selective government owned banks. Tax avoidance rate used to be around 20 percent, until the government installed tighter security. The Jail-time was also moved from a maximum of 1 month, to a maximum of 5 months for avoiding paying taxes.

Things such as company tax haven't been implemented in New Eiffel yet. The government announced it would be coming by August 2019, however after heavy complaints from small business owners and protests they postponed it.



Historical population
YearPop.±% p.a.

New Eiffel's total population is 13. New Eiffel's population is unusual in that the native New Eiffelics are a minority in their own micronation: the largest group are South Africans at 46.1%, followed by Dutch (30.7%) and then New Eiffelics (23.0%). 53.8% of the population is female and the other 46.1% are male.[5]


English is used in almost all official diplomatic relations, along with Afrikaans. Both of which are the most widely spoken languages, with Dutch following closely behind. Hungarian is official in the city Új Repülő, and is a recognised national language in New Eiffel. Arabtemporarian and Zësøtix are also national languages, however they are not widely spoken. LOLspeak and Flemish are both minority languages, however have been given the status of being a recognised regional language.

New Eiffellian is a conlang that is currently under construction, and is set to be a mandatory subject in schools by 2027.


75% of the population are Christians (50.0% Anglicanism/Church of New Eiffel and Protestantism), and 25% are Nonreligious or unknown.


Church of New Eiffel

The Church of New Eiffel only has one Church in mainland New Eiffel, Dutch New Eiffel is predominately Christian however they are not members of the Church of New Eiffel.


Protestantism is the official and most practiced religion in Dutch New Eiffel.



New Eiffel has a handful of original paintings, and even has its own art museum, Regional Art of New Eiffel Museum, and online art gallery called Zed-Art.

Common art styles include, post-Impressionism, surrealism, and Drawingworse. Most of the paintings in the Regional Art of New Eiffel Museum are painted by the same handful of people.

Drawingworse was invented in New Eiffel. Despite it being a famous style, drawingworse is hated by a lot of artists in New Eiffel. Drawingworse is mostly criticised for being random colourful lines and shapes on a paper, and not being actual art. However it has also been praised for it's unique design and creative heartfelt meanings. Some modern art critics have also called it one of the best modern art styles in recent years.


Rugbull is the national sport of New Eiffel.


Music is considered very important in New Eiffelic culture. The most loved music genres in New Eiffel are Pop, Alternative Rock, EDM, Dubstep, Gamflik, and Classic Rock. One of the most popular songs published in New Eiffel is an EDM song called courage published by the artist DJ Zeddy. Another popular music artist is the Afrikaans artist known as Vickie Bickie. The gamflik artist known as F0rtn1te DumpST3R has also been gaining recent popularity for his first album, F0rtn1te DumpST3R - vol 1. song covers.


One book has been published in New Eiffel, with four books currently being written. The main book publishers are Happy Reading, Inc. and Indie Books!.

Fashion and design

Zínt is the largest clothing company. The most common designs for shirts made in New Eiffel are typically company logos or inside jokes only New Eiffel citizens will get. Jeans are also very popular and warn by almost all of the population. Since clothes are only made every few weeks or imported from England, new fashion trends aren't that common.

Holidays and celebration

New Eiffel has 17 fixed public holidays excluding bank holidays. The most widely celebrated holiday is Christmas Day and Firework’s Day.

Firework’s Day was inspired by Guy Fawkes, and has been celebrated by an estimated 20 people. Firework’s Day is typically celebrated by watching fireworks go off. The tradition of Firework’s Day started somewhere in 2016, and was later adopted into New Eiffelic culture as a national holiday.


New Eiffelic foot dance is a style of dance invented in New Eiffel. It is unofficially the national dance.


A dish being served at Smith Restaurant

Some popular dishes in New Eiffel come from South African origin.

Bagels are a very commonly eaten snack. Scones are the national dish of New Eiffel, so it comes to no surprise that they are also commonly eaten. Meat is also a favourite in New Eiffel, with many dishes containing beef and chicken. vegan dishes like vegan burgers are also popular in New Eiffel, even eaten by people who aren't vegans.

Drinks like rooibos tea are also ascended from South African origin.

Typical foods and dishes

Typical drinks

  • Hot chocolate
  • Ninja41 Juice, 7 up with ice cubes and blue food colouring.
  • Rooibos tea


NEB is the main governmentally owned broadcasting station in New Eiffel. New Eiffel has numerous television shows. New Eiffel TV has a monopoly over the television market. Comedy and satire are very popular genres.

New Eiffel's press has noticeable problems. New Eiffel has moderate press censorship, controlled by the government. Some famous news brands include The New Eiffel Times, ZNEWS, Grand Italics, and the New Eiffel Weather Show. All of them aside form the New Eiffel Weather Show have newspapers and are also digital. Whilst The New Eiffel Times and the New Eiffel Weather Show are government-owned, Grand Italics and ZNEWS are both owned independently.

Despacito Radio is a radio station which plays remixes, covers, and parodies of the famous song Despacito by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee. Despacito Radio is presented by Prince Zed I, who plays the fictional character Malcom Fsh. On 2 May 2019, Zed I announced he would be starting podcast. On 19 May, It was officially revealed it would be called A Prince getting sidetracked a lot.


The Ministry of Public Tourism is in charge of keeping statistics about the number of tourists that visit New Eiffel each year. New Eiffel is planning on opening public tourism sometime next year. New Eiffel gets over 1,200 visitors a year, however nearly all of them visit because of work related reasons, and are unaware of New Eiffel's existence.

Popular locations


An image of New Eiffel School

In New Eiffel, education is considered a basic human right, so the government helps pay for schools.

New Eiffel School is the only school in New Eiffel. The school is run by the Minister of Education, and as of June 2019 the school has 2 employees and 3 students. New Eiffel School was built over a period of over a year.


Prince Zed I currently serves as the Minister of Transportation. New Eiffel is very small, and doesn't have any need for nor has any airports or train tracks. Instead, bikes are commonly used.

New Eiffel has seven roads, five are bike roads and the other two are car roads.


The Internet tld is .eif. The Internet has 'selective' censorship in New Eiffel. The government is allowed to ban any website that matches the criteria for banning under the New Eiffel Internet Law Act 2 or the New Eiffel Internet Law Act 3.

New Eiffel has thirteen IPv4 address allocations inside of New Eiffel. All of which are currently in use. All of the population have access to the Internet.

International performance and rankings

New Eiffel possibly has the highest GDP of any micronation in the MicroWiki Sector at £28,293.03. New Eiffel was ranked tenth along with six other nations on the Micronational Popularity Index with 4 votes. New Eiffel is considered "moderately LGBT friendly" on the 2019 LGBT Rights Index.


See also

External links


  1. Includes total money spent on micronational assets or inside of New Eiffel only.
  2. In New Eiffel political parties don’t have logos, they have ‘political-flags’, which are similar to logos, but instead they are hang up on polls outside of parliament.


  1. NationDNS. "Partners".
  2. "What is New Eiffel?".
  3. "Quorum, 19th May 2019". GUM News. 22 May 2019. Retrieved 6 July 2019.
  4. "New Eiffel recognises Liberland". Blogger. The New Eiffel Times.
  5. "2019 New Eiffel demographics survey". The New Eiffel Times. 6 July 2019. Retrieved 6 July 2019.

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