|Length||7 metres (22.9 ft)|
|Existed||circa 18 October 2018—April 2021|
|Intersections||New Eiffel Main Route 1 (north)|
Dead Tree Lane (east)
Unnamed Circle was an unpaved cycle raindrop roundabout connecting three roads located in Új Repülő, capital of the erstwhile Principality of New Eiffel and the later State of New Eiffel in the now-disestablished Grand Duchy of Australis. Connecting Dead Tree Lane and the New Eiffel Main Route 1 (NEMR 1), the roundabout was used for easier access to ǃkhās Street on the NEMR 1 when travelling from Dead Tree Lane, and to avoid oncoming cycle traffic from the NEMR 1. Unnamed Circle was an unofficial route, and remained undesignated by the Ministry of Transportation throughout its entire existence. It was formed no later than 18 October 2018, after bikes repeatedly cycled over the area which created a dirt roundabout pathway around a table in the centre. It is first known to have been named Unnamed Circle on 11 November 2019. Unnamed Circle ceased to exist when it was paved over in April 2021. It was also known by the alternative names Randouler Circle—after the late Nicholas Randouler—and Dead Tree Circle.
Unnamed Circle was an unpaved cycle raindrop roundabout connecting three roads in south-central Új Repülő, capital of the erstwhile Principality of New Eiffel. Westbound, Dead Tree Lane entered the roundabout fronting the New Eiffel–United Kingdom South Border south of the eponymous tree stump near the area of Dead Tree; the New Eiffel Main Route 1 (NEMR 1) lead into the roundabout to the north. The roundabout excited northbound back into the NEMR 1, with a privately-owned shed and South Alley located to its west. The only roundabout and one of only two road junctions in the micronation, the other being Triple Junction in the same city, Unnamed Circle was wholly undesignated by the Ministry of Transportation. Indeed, this gave it the unofficial moniker Unnamed Circle. The roundabout had also been alternatively named Randouler Circle—in honour of the late Nicholas Randouler—and Dead Tree Circle after both Dead Tree Lane and the lane's Dead Tree Street.
The precise origin of Unnamed Circle is obscure. Prior to Unnamed Circle's establishment, the area had a mound of dirt that had been there since at least 2015, as well as a disused canoe that had been there since the late 1990s. By June 2016, trash had also accumulated around the dirt mound, which was cleared in November 2017. The disused canoe had also been removed around early 2017. The Republic of New Finland—a predecessor state of New Eiffel—was established on 31 December and laid claim to the territory on 4 January 2018. By 7 April, work had began to remove the pile of dirt, which was completed by 30 April. In a video tour of New Finland by Zabëlle Skye (founder and then-Prime Minister of the Kingdom of New Finland) on 6 June, the newly opened area of land was described as "storage area," with Skye adding that there were no plans yet in place for what to do with the space. New Eiffel succeeded the Kingdom of New Finland on 11 August.
A map of New Eiffel created by the Skye on 18 October 2018 shows the roundabout, albeit unmarked. Bearing no official designation, the roundabout was unintentionally formed after bikes repeatedly cycled over the area, creating a dirt roundabout pathway around a table in the centre. The roundabout had been used for easier access to ǃkhās Street on the NEMR 1 when travelling from Dead Tree Lane, and to avoid oncoming traffic from the NEMR 1. The roundabout was widely known to cyclists by May 2019, although its appearance in the August edition of New Eiffel Maps bears no name. The name, Unnamed Circle, is first attested on 11 November in an article on the micronational encyclopaedia and wiki MicroWiki. It is thought to have been used as a placeholder name for convenience to the reader. Unnamed Circle was briefly obstructed by scrap from a broken piano between November and early January 2020.
The name Dead Tree Circle was proposed by Janus Smith in early 2020, however failed to gain any support from the New Eiffelic public. Around March, Randouler held a poll on the Principality of Posaf's official Discord server asking for citizens to suggest new names for the circle. However, the poll was cancelled after receiving several joke responses. On 11 Apirl, Unnamed Circle was cleaned and levelled. After Randouler's death on 3 June became public on 8 June, several citizens of New Eiffel proposed for it to be named Randouler Circle in his honour. However, on 13 June, the Ministry of Transportation decided instead to rename La-la-lee Street on the J25 to Randouler Street as a means of honouring him. On 1 November, New Eiffel dissolved following an almost year-long crisis, and the territory including Unnamed Circle was succeeded back to the United Kingdom. The unpaved roundabout remained in existence when the former territory of New Eiffel was seceded to the Grand Duchy of Australis as a state on 12 January 2021. Unnamed Circle ceased to exist after it was paved over in April 2021.