Republic of Arkazja

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Republic of Arkazja
Republika Arkazji (Polish)
Motto: "Novus ordo seclorum" (Latin)
"New order of the ages"
Anthem: "Jestem Arkazjaninem" (Polish)
I'm an Arkazjan
Territory controlled by the Republic of Arkazja in dark green; territory claimed but not controlled in light green
and largest city
Official languagesEnglish
GovernmentAuthoritarian multi-party semi-presidential republic
Natt Falkenhausen
Grzegorz Sabalov
LegislatureArkazjan Senate
from Poland
• Declaration
5 February 2022[1]
• Total
8.78 km2 (3.39 sq mi)
• Estimate
HDI (2022) 0.88
very high
CurrencyArkazjan ruble (de jure)
Polish złoty (de facto) (ARR/PLN)
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy
Driving sideright
IMSO 1 codeARK

The Republic of Arkazja (Polish: Republika Arkazji) commonly known as Arkazja, is a self-proclaimed state located in Eastern Europe. Arkazja has a population of 43. Arpolis is the nation's capital.

Arkazja shares a border with Poland on all sides except south where it borders with Dzialka Union. Arkazja is a fifth-world micronation under the Boodlesmythe-Tallini system.



Republic of Arkazja was founded by Natt Falkenhausen on the ruins of Kopernikan People's Republic with a goal to create a politically stable state (Kopernik was politically unstable). Arkazja declared independence on 5 February 2022. On 6 February 2022 Arkazja adopted the national flag, and on 7 February adopted the coat of arms. State anthem - Jestem Arkazjaninem - was created and adopted on 19 March 2022.

Conflict with Grzibowitz

On 26 March 2022, Natt Falkenhausen declared war on former ally, Kingdom of Grzibowitz. The casus belli was diplomatic insult made by the only Grzibowitzan citizen. Arkazjan army attacked the same day, fighting in Arkazjan Crusade. Grzibowitz was conquered, and Arkazja annexed the territory of the current Karolewsk province, additionally creating a puppet state - Duchy of Grzibowitz.

On 19 April 2022, the Constitution of Arkazja was adopted. On 17 May 2022 Arkazja has given up control of Grzibowitzan territory due to inactivity and loss of interest over that territory along with loss of interest in expansive policy. Later Arkazjan government went less active for about a year.


On 7 April 2023 Natt Falkenhausen changed Cicada Brotherhood to Arkazjan Workers Party with objectives of Marxism-Leninism. On 18 April 2023, the first parliamentary election was held. Red Union coalition took power. The coalition was consisting of Arkazjan Workers Party, Arkazja Social Democratic Front and Syndicalist Party. Government after a short time went less active - second time.

Second comeback

On July 2023, Arkazjan government became more active once again, because of the beggining of Arkazjan-Fortawian alliance. In August 2023 Kijciwpempek Friends Party was banned after the Trial of Kijciwpempek monarchists. Red Union coalition broke up because of inactivity of Arkazja Social Democratic Front and different opinions of Syndicalist Party about mothers. Between 20-27 August second parliamentary election was held. APR took power once again with 6 seats, CN got 2 seats, SP 1 seat and CP 1 seat.

Government and politics

Arkazja is currently an authoritarian multi-party semi-presidential republic, with legislative body known as the Arkazjan Senate. Most authority in the country is holded by the lifetime President.


The Constitution of Arkazja is the enacted supreme law. The current constitution was adopted by the Arkazjan Senate on 19 April 2022; it guarantees a multi-party state with freedoms of religion, speech and assembly.[2]

LGBTQ+ politics

Arkazja is a LGBTQ+ friendly micronation, with the government fully recognizing their identities and providing protections from discrimination.

Political Parties

Senate seats chart
Political parties in Arkazja
Party Leader Ideology Senate Council of Ministers
Arkazjan Workers Party
Arkazjańska Partia Robotnicza
APR Natt Falkenhausen Marxism-Leninism
6 / 10
3 / 4
CN Jakub le Mon Liberal conservatism
Pro-Fortawian politics
2 / 10
0 / 4
Syndicalist Party
Partia Syndykalistyczna
SP Anton Rausberg Syndicalism
1 / 10
1 / 4
Classicist Party
Partia Klasykalistów
PKL Poraj Liberalism
1 / 10
0 / 4
Arkazja Social Democratic Front
Socjaldemokratyczny Front Arkazji
ASF Patu Social Democracy
0 / 10
0 / 4


Arkazja have currently active military personnel of 6. Military is still under construction.

Foreign relations

Organisations, group treaties and conventions

Arkazja is a member of the following organisations and accords

Name Date of Joining Status
Augusta Accord 18 April 2022 Signatory

Micronational Recognition

Physical Allies Online Allies Non-aggression Mutual recognition Unilateral recognition Enemies

Macronational Recognition

Recognized Partial Illegitimate
 Palestine w:United Nations All UN member states not listed  Israel
 Kosovo  Transnistria
 Donetsk People's Republic
 Luhansk People's Republic

Administrative divisions

Arkazja is divided into 4 provinces with a total of 14 cities

Provinces of the Republic of Arkazja
Flag Province Coat of arms Cities Area (km2) Location in Arkazja
Kopernik KOP Arpolis
2,00 km²
Ambonia AMB Cykadia
3,58 km²
Starogród STG Antonopol
2,22 km²
Karolewsk KRL Janopawłowsk
Leśna Territory
Czekanów Territory
0,985 km²



Population Growth
Feb-Mar 2022 20—    
Apr-Jun 2022 28+40.0%
Jul-Sep 2022 33+17.9%
Oct-Dec 2022 35+6.1%
Jan-Mar 2023 40+14.3%
Apr-Jun 2023 42+5.0%
July 2023 43+2.4%

The population of Arkazja as of July 2023 stands at 43.

Ethnic groups



Religion in Arkazja in 2023

Constitution of the Republic of Arkazja guarantees freedom of religion, but defines Arkazjan Native Faith as the state religion.[8]

38% of the population is atheist, but apart from them population of Arkazja is pretty much religious. 24% of the population is Catholic, and the other 24% practice Arkazjan Native Faith. Also 9% of the population practices Slavic Native Faith and 5% of the population is Muslim.[b]


National holidays

Date Name of the event Description
1 January New Year's Day The first day of the year on the modern Gregorian calendar.
5 February National Independence Day Annual event celebrated to commemorate the independence of the nation from Poland on 5 February 2022.
6 February National Flag Day Annual event celebrated to commemorate the adoption of the Arkazjan flag.
26 March National Day of Victory Annual event celebrated to commemorate the victory in Arkazjan Crusade
19 April Constitution Day The holiday celebrates the declaration of the Constitution of 19 April 2022
1 May Labour Day Annual holiday to celebrate the achievements of workers.
25-26 December Christmas Christmas (or the Feast of the Nativity) is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. A feast central to the Christian liturgical year, it is preceded by the season of Advent or the Nativity Fast and initiates the season of Christmastide, which historically in the West lasts twelve days and culminates on Twelfth Night. Christmas Day is a public holiday in many of the world's nations, is celebrated religiously by a majority of Christians, as well as culturally by many non-Christians, and forms an integral part of the holiday season centered around it.

See also


  1. GSMLL was a threat to Arkazjan server
  2. Source: Arkazjan Demographic 2023


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