Theodosiopolis

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Theodosiopolis
—  Town of Austenasia  —
Town of Theodosiopolis

Flag

Seal
Motto: За вѣру и отечество
(English: For Faith and Fatherland)
Country Flag of Austenasia.png Empire of Austenasia
Founded 21 March 2019
Government
 - Representative Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin
 - Baron Vacant
 - Police Inspector Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin
Area
 - Total 0.00007 km2 (0 sq mi)
Population
 - Total 3
Demonym Theodosiopolitan
Time zone CET
 - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)

Theodosiopolis is a Town of the Empire of Austenasia which consists of a house bordered by the Dutch city of Amsterdam.

History

In the period of 2014 to 2016 Theodosiopolis functioned as the embassy of the then Empire of Pavlov to the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin opened negotiations on 19 February 2019 with Emperor Jonathan I on the prospect of joining Austenasia. After discussions on the form of administrative division Theodosiopolis would be, it was annexed as a Town by an Act of Parliament.

In late 2019, Lord Tezdzhan-Smahin and his wife moved from Theodosiopolis to a new home several miles away. Their new residence was annexed to Austenasia as the Harlemum March on 5 December 2019. As a March of Theodosiopolis, Harlemum is administered directly by Lord Tezdzhan-Smahin and his wife independently of Theodosiopolis Town Council, and Lord Tezdzhan-Smahin represents both Theodosiopolis and Harlemum in Parliament as Representative of the former.

Administration

Theodosiopolis is currently represented by Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin in Parliament as its Representative.

List of Representatives

Number Picture Name Political party Took office Left office Notes
1 Dionisiy.jpg Lord Dionisiy Tezdzhan-Smahin, Duke of Lycaonia Fatherland Party 21 March 2019 Incumbent Appointed Acting Representative of Theodosiopolis by Parliament, and confirmed in the position by a local election on 21 May 2019. Moved to Harlemum later that year, and had it annexed as a March of Theodosiopolis on 5 December.