Timeline of New Eiffelic history

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This is a timeline of New Eiffelic history.

2017–2018

Foundation

2019

2020

  • 1 Jan - The album ! is released in New Eiffel.
  • 6 Jan - Parliament is unsuspended.
  • 7 Jan - New Eiffelic Entrance is renamed to 'New Leeds Alley'.
  • 8 Jan - The wine drink Pas pour la consommation humaine is created. It is not made for human consumption, and is more of an art piece.
  • 12 Jan - 39, 41 Bomb Shelter is cleaned-up.
  • 15 Jan - The Surrealist Art Gallery opens.
  • 16 Jan - The first Annual New Eiffelic Short Film Awards are awarded.
  • 23 Jan - The genre 'Surreal in tempore', a subgenre of New Eiffelic surrealism which features a time loop is created.
  • 31 Jan - New Eiffel purges seven inactive and uncontactable citizens in order to stay within the Edgbaston Convention.
  • 1 Feb - The New Eiffel Rugbull Tournament 3 and the Win-a-lot Café Sports Betting event are officially delayed after weeks of rumours, originally supposed to take place on 2 February.
  • 9 Feb -
  • 11 Feb - The Hooded is released, and is Z&jProductions' shortest film ever, with a runtime of a single minute.
  • 14 Feb - All New Eiffelic island territorial claims are dropped in a royal decree by the Prince, disestablishing the Island of A Férfiak, the Island of New Knight and the Island of Zackro.
  • 15 Feb - New Eiffel bids on the 2022 and 2023 MOF Games.
  • 23 Feb - The Win-a-lot Café Sports Betting event is officially delayed until after February, while the New Eiffel Rugbull Tournament 3 is set to start on 29 February.
  • 26 Feb -
  • 27 Feb - New Eiffel adopts the international vehicle registration code 'NWE'.
  • 29 Feb - The 2020 New Eiffel mayoral elections begin.
  • 2 March - The 2020 New Eiffel mayoral elections are cancelled due to a lack of interest.
  • 6 March - The New Eiffelic Transport Museum is announced to be in construction.
  • 9 March - It is announced that New Eiffel Cinema will be re-opened.
  • 10 March - Six new streets, from west to east, Dead Tree Street, Leon Montan is Gay Street, Diamond Street of the Esteemed Gems, Smith Street, Norton Street and La-la-lee Street are designated.
  • 12 March - New Eiffel declares a state of caution due to the continuing spread of coronavirus in the surrounding areas.
  • 13 March - The only school New Eiffel School is closed, and is planning on reopening in two weeks.
  • 15 March - The Prince announced that sporting events and outside travel would not be restricted for the time being due to coronavirus.
  • 16 March - The Numismatic Museum is announced to be in construction.
  • 18 March -
  • 22 March -
  • 24 March - All outside travel is restricted due to coronavirus.
  • 25 March - Silence is released.
  • 29 March -
    • Due to coronavirus, New Eiffel Cinema and the New Eiffel Transport Museum will not be opening.
    • The New Eiffel Rugbull Tournament 3 is announced it will take place sometime in April.
  • 2 April - The apple is named the national fruit in a royal decree.
  • 4 April - A new law on internet censorship is being worked out.
  • 5 April - The New Eiffel Rugbull Tournament 3 begins.
  • 13 April - The New Eiffel Rugbull Tournament 3 concludes.
  • 15 April - New Eiffel School is finally reopened, due to the little threat of COVID-19 within New Eiffel's borders.

References

  1. List of roads 'Proposed or historical roads'. New Eiffel Roads Index. Retrieved 28 February 2020. Archived on 17 December 2019.
  2. Adam Belcher (28 April 2019). "Quorum, 28th April 2019". GUM News. Archived from the original on 14 January 2019. Retrieved 14 January 2019.
  3. "Quorum, 19th May 2019". GUM News. 22 May 2019. Archived from the original on 17 December 2019. Retrieved 6 July 2019.
  4. Death Sentence Act 2019 on MicroCommons. Retrieved 28 February 2020.
  5. Political Party Amendment 2019 on MicroCommons. Retrieved 28 February 2020.
  6. YouTube. jOOST Smith gives his first speech as Prime Minister. New Eiffel. Retrieved 28 February 2020.
  7. Gréz, Emily. The New Eiffel Times. Why did Zarel I make a 10 hour-long movie of an electric fan?. Blogger. Archived from the original on 28 December 2019.