Uvenia

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Uvenia, Ikonia
—  Capital of Ikonia  —
City of Uvenia

Flag

Coat of arms
Motto: Latin: ("Quid agis usum exercitus")
English: ("What's the use of worrying")
Country Ikonia
Established 2018
Government
 - Type Government owned territory
 - Representative Governed by officials
Population (2020)
 - Total 7
Time zone Ikonian (IST)
Website www.ikonia.ml/uvenia

Uvenia is the capital city of the Kingdom of Ikonia. It is currently governed by members of the government of the Kingdom, and is the only city in Ikonia. Uvenia became the capital of Uvenia in 2018. In 2018, the population was 8, making it the most populated territory in Ikonia.

History

The area now comprising Uvenia was, in the 21st century, part of Davenport, Florida until 19 October, when Ikonia succeeded.

Ikonia was founded on 30 October 2018 as the fourth piece of sovereign Ikonian territory. Upon the province act, it was then changed to the city.

Revampification

On 4 April 2019, Uvenia went under a representative change, flag and seal change, and is in the process of drafting a city council. The new flag quote, "resembles quietude through the swirl, and the star representing unity, through octagon encasing.[1]

Later on 29 August 2020, an coat of arms was created.

Administration

The current administration of the capital is governed by officials in His Majesty's Royal Government, they may request changes, and new laws for the city.

Localities

Uvenia consists of:

The Royal Residence

A four bedroom house which is the residence of the Royal Family and nominal meeting place of any ceremony, with an adjoining driveway and patio, built in the early 2000s. The Royal Residence is the center of Uvenia.

Transport

Two scooters and bikes are owned by HM King Cameron I and are often used to transport the residents of Ikonia to public school. If not applicable, the father owns a vehicle to drive in. The vehicle could also be interchangeable with the Official state car.

References

  1. Cameron I. "Revamp of the capital". Ikonian Post. Retrieved 4 April 2019.