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|State||Republic of Pannonia|
|Established||1 January 2012|
|Founder||B. N. Brunner|
|- Representative||Ádám Szatmári|
|- Total||68 nationals|
|(+1 non-resident citizen)|
Troysvilles (from French trois villes, meaning "Three cities"; in Pannonian script: ) is the largest province of the Republic of Pannonia, and the province with the highest population of nationals (68). The territory is situated in West Macedonia, Greece (macronation) and was claimed by Pannonia on 1 January 2012, the beginning of the state's 'territorial era'. Troysvilles can be identified using its area code (PN9) or its two-letter regional code (TV). The province is divided into three regions: Trilophe (also known as the Greek village of Τρίλοφος Trílofos), Monopile (from the original Greek name Μονόπυλο Monópylo) and Janville (orignally the Greek village of Γιαννοχώρι Giannochóri; literally translated to French 'Jean-ville').
The word Troysvilles has derived from the French trois villes (written as troys ville' in Pannonian French). It is sometimes refered to as Tripoli (from Ancient Greek Τρίπολις Trípolis, which conveys the same meaning). This alternative name has never been widely used because the capital of Lybia, the second largest city of Lebanon and a number of ancient and modern Greek settlements are officially using it. The macronational area of Troysvilles is named Grammochorion by the local residents (Pannonian nationals), which may be used by Pannonians to refer to the province.
Troysvilles is known for its Greek Orthodox churches built by local residents of the time. Although they are not used by Pannonian citizens, the churches of Troysvilles serve as some of the main tourist attractions of the republic. The church of Trilophe was build in the approximate middle of the region, whereas the church of Janville is on the hillside.
Republic of Pannonia