Empire of Garránia

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Empire of Garránia
Impireacht na Garránia (Irish)
Imperio de Garrania (Spanish)
إمبراطورية جارانيان (Arabic)
Flag of the Empire of Garránia
Civil flag of the Empire of Garránia
Greater Arms of the Empire of Garránia
Coat of Arms
Motto: "Beo fada agus soirbhigh"
"Live Long and Prosper"
Anthem: "Venus, the Bringer of Peace"
National Waltz: "Merry Go Round of Life"
Location of the Empire of Garránia within the United States
Location of the Empire of Garránia within the United States
and largest city
Official languagesEnglish, Irish
Recognised national languagesSpanish, Arabic
Recognised regional languagesSmith Island dialect
GovernmentAnocratic monarchy
• Emperor
Ezekiel Ensor
LegislatureGrand Council
from the United States
• Independence declared
1 July 2022
• Total
4.78 km2 (1.85 sq mi)
• Water (%)
• 2023 estimate
• Density
696/km2 (1,802.6/sq mi)
HDI (2023)0.86
very high
CurrencyGarránian Pounds
Time zoneUTC-5 (EST)
• Summer (DST)
AntipodesIndian Ocean
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy (CE)
Driving sideright
Calling code+1
IMSO 1 codeGAR

Garránia (US: /ɡərɑːniə/ (About this sound (listen))), officially the Empire of Garránia, is an unrecognized sovereign state. Most of its territory is located in the U.S. state of Florida. Ensorburgh is the de facto capital city and current seat of the Emperor.

Since the establishment of Garránia in mid-2022, it has been an imperial anocratic federal monarchy, and is one of the only ones in modern micronationalism. Garránia declared independence from the United States originally on June 21, 2021 as the Serene Canton of Radnia, and since then it has gone through many changes.


Historical affiliations

Pre-Garránian History

Calusa Habitation

Starting from around 500 CE, the area was inhabited by the Caloosahatchee Tribe, who were a part of the greater Calusa culture. The Calusa capital was close nearby to Garránia, on Mound Key in Estero Bay. By 880 CE, a complex society had developed, with high population densities. The Caloosahatchee and preceding cultures had lived in the area for roughly 1000 years before European contact. Early Spanish and French referred to the tribe, its capital, and its chief by the names Calos, Calus, Caalus, and Carlos. A Spaniard held captive by the Caloosahatchee in the 16th century recorded that the name Calusa meant "fierce people" in their language. A Jesuit missionary, Juan Rogel, was sent to the Calusa at Mound Key in the 1560s and noted the chief's name as Carlos. It was around this time that the Calusa first made contact with the Spanish, who named the nation Escampaba.

European Contact

The first recorded contact of Europeans with the Calusa was in May 1513, when Juan Ponce de León landed at the mouth of the Caloosahatchee River, following his earlier "discovery" of Florida in April of that year. The Calusa, however, already knew of the Spanish, as they had taken refugees from Cuba, following the island's subjugation. Initially, the Calusa offered to trade with the Spanish. A Spanish ship careened one of the Calusa's ships, and after ten days a Calusa interpreter who could speak Spanish approached one of Ponce's ships with a request to wait for the Calusa's chief. Soon after, 20 war canoes attacked the Spanish. The Spanish retaliated by driving off the Calusa, killing or capturing many of them. The next day, a further 80 shielded canoes attacked the Spanish ships, resulting in the Spanish retreating to Puerto Rico. In 1517, conquistador Francisco Hernández de Córdoba landed nearby to the mouth of the Caloosahatchee on his return voyage from "discovering" the Yucatán. He was driven off by an attack from the Calusa. In 1521, Juan Ponce de León returned to plant a colony, but again the Calusa stood their ground, where in the resulting battle Juan Ponce de León was mortally injured.

Calusa Decline

In 1566, Pedro Menéndez de Avilés met with the Calusa. Menéndez and Carlos came to agree to an uneasy alliance, whereafter Menéndez married Carlos' sister. She was converted to Catholicism and took the baptismal name Doña Antonia at conversion. Hostilities erupted after Menéndez left a garrison of soldiers and a Jesuit mission, San Antón de Carlos, in the Calusa capital. The Spanish murdered Carlos, his successor, and several Calusa "nobles" before they abandoned their fort and mission in 1569. Following this incident, there was little contact between the Spanish and the Calusa. Over time, the Calusa began to decline. In 1614 they saw heavy casualties in a war against the Spanish and Spanish-allied tribes from the Tampa Bay area. After Great Britain and Spain broke out into war in 1702, slaving raids by the Uchise Creek and Yamasee native Americans allied with the Province of Carolina began to reach far into Florida. The Yamasee and Creek were supplied with firearms by Carolinian colonists, but the Calusa, having isolated themselves from the Europeans, had not. Having been ravaged by plagues spread from colonists, the remaining Calusa migrated away from the Caloosahatchee, moving into the Everglades, where any remaining survivors either died off or integrated into already present Seminole populations.


In 1763, following the Seven Years' War, the territory which Garránia now rests upon was traded from the Spanish to the British, in exchange for control over the city of Havana, Cuba. This trade caused many of the remaining indigenous population to migrate to Cuba. To encourage settlement in the newly-acquired territory, land grants were given to British veterans of the French and Indian War. In England, reports of Florida's natural wealth were published to encourage settlement. In 1783, the territories of East and West Florida were ceded back to the Spanish. Loyalist immigrants fled to the colony following the American Revolution, ignoring Spanish authorities and mixing with the previously settled English and American settlers. It was this group that in 1810 rebelled from Spanish rule and established the Republic of West Florida. In the same year, President James Madison annexed parts of West Florida as part of the United States, claiming it as part of the Louisiana Purchase. Border tensions in East Florida and Georgia grew, as the local Seminole tribes had provided refuge for escaped African slaves, where they would integrate into the Seminole culture as the Black Seminoles, or where they would live independently. Georgian slave owners accused the Seminoles of stealing their human property and encouraging African-Americans to escape to freedom. Plantation owners organized raids to African-American settlements, where they would capture individuals accused of being escaped slaves. They would also harass Seminole settlements near the border, which caused Seminoles to lead parties across the border to stage reprisal attacks.

First Seminole War

On 26 December 1817, the US War Department wrote an order for General Andrew Jackson, directing him to take command in person and bring the Seminoles under control. This act of war precipitated the First Seminole War. Jackson led his forces into territory in northern Florida, where he occupied and destroyed many cities, to the chagrin of the Spanish monarchy. His rampage through the area made it clear that the Spanish could not control the territory, and Spain agreed to cede it to the United States in 1819 as part of the Adams–Onís Treaty. The territory was handed over in 1821, and in 1823 the Seminoles signed the Treaty of Moultrie Creek, ending the First Seminole War. As part of the agreement, all Seminoles were moved from northern Florida to reservations in central and southern Florida.

Second Seminole War

In 1835, the Second Seminole War came about as a result of the United States unilaterally agreeing to void the Treaty of Moultrie Creek, as a result of the terms specified in the Indian Removal Act. The United States wanted the Seminoles in central Florida to relocate to the specified Indian Territory in modern-day Oklahoma. During the war, a settlement at the mouth of the Caloosahatchee River was founded by American forces, then named Fort Dulaney. In October 1841, a hurricane destroyed Fort Dulaney and in its place, Fort Harvie was built. Throughout the state, Seminole and American forces clashed, all the way down to the Florida Keys. When the war began to wind down in 1842, the fort was eventually abandoned until 1850, when the US Army returned to the fort in response to a white trader who was killed by Seminoles on the Peace River. Fort Myers was founded on top of the burned ruins of Fort Harvie. It grew in size until it was eventually abandoned at the conclusion of the Third Seminole War in 1858.

American Civil War

The fort was again reoccupied, this time by the Confederate States, who used the fort's port to dock blockade runners during the war. In January 1864, towards the war's conclusion, the fort was captured by Union forces before the Confederates who remained could act on orders to burn it. It was converted to serve as a refugee centre where the Union could house Confederate deserters and escaped slaves. In the final months of the war, it was here that the Battle of Fort Myers was fought, when the Union sought to cut off the Confederacy's beef supply by confiscating cattle from local ranchers. At the conclusion of the war, the fort was again abandoned.


After the Civil War concluded, Captain Manuel A. Gonzalez sailed from Key West to the abandoned Fort Myers to begin a new community at the fort. He and his family began a trading post, the first one in the area, where he traded tobacco, beads, and gunpowder, and sold otter, bobcat, and gator hide to the neighbouring Seminole. In the late 19th century, the area began to be moved into by upper-class people to escape frigid northern winter temperatures. Industrialists saw an opportunity, including businessman Thomas Edison, who built his summer home along the Caloosahatchee. The town was incorporated in 1885.

Micronational History

Pre-Micronational Era

Ensor moved to Fort Myers from Westminster, Maryland in November 2018. Several fictional nations were drafted, unrelated to micronationalism as Ensor had an interest in worldbuilding and a budding interest in geopolitics. After being introduced to micronationalism by a now infamous video by Youtube channel "Not Exactly Normal," Ensor began to come up with ideas for a micronation, originally wanting to adapt one of the fictional nations in the past. However, they changed their mind and instead chose to create an original micronation.

Era of Young Micronationalism

Radnian Era

On 21 June 2021, Ensor founded the Serene Canton of Radnia. An originally isolationist state, it was founded on centrist ideals and Taoist philosophy. It was not very serious, as it was Ensor's first experience with micronationalism. It was inspired primarily by micronations such as the Democratic Republic of Benjastan and the Republic of Molossia. By December of that year, Ensor had much more experience, not only in micronationalism, but in world politics

From 16 January 2022, a major restructuring to Radnia had gone underway, taking a more serious and realistic approach to micronationalism, more than just as entertainment. Beginning on 10 February 2022, Radnia had made a cultural shift, leaning heavily into Chinese cultural motifs.

Flag of the Shulin Empire
Fuchsia Era

This era began on 10 February 2022 following the transition from Radnia to Shulinguo. After the transition was made, Shulinguo made an attempt at democratizing. This was largely in vain, no progress was ever made and Ensor eventually lost patience.

Shulin Era

On 26 April 2022, the Shulin Empire was established. Ezekiel Ensor was pronounced Emperor. After involvement in several foreign civil disputes including the Zepranan Civil Conflict, the Emperor decided to bring their attention back to Shulin. On June 30, the Emperor put into motion a "closing period" to finish projects before dormancy was to be declared while the Emperor developed Garránia.

Establishment of Garránia

On 1 July 2022, Garránia was established to replace the Shulin Empire. Over the next weeks, a stable system was established, based off of the Norwegian, Swedish, and British Monarchies, as well as the Republic of Ireland. On about 17 August 2022, Ensor made the decision to leave the online community. "The online micronational community is no longer a place to exercise a fun hobby and share it with others, but now a cesspool of racist teenagers with behavioral issues to be bigoted against anybody without consequence." They began to transition to a more physical, traditional form of micronationalism and micronational diplomacy.

Isolationist Era

Garránia adopted a new policy of only establishing diplomacy with nations that they could feasibly conduct physical diplomacy with. The Emperor also removed many members of the Parliament which they did not know personally, preparing to reform parliament when enough people got involved in person. Online involvement was resumed, but only as a forum for discussion and not for diplomacy. Slowly, over time, the isolationist policy relaxed and though they remained mostly isolationist, a newer, more mature approach to micronationalism was assumed and though they did not sign treaties with just anybody, as had been done in the Radnian and Shulingese Eras, they engaged in online conversation and light diplomacy. The government began to greatly expand, with more becoming interested in joining the government Ensor knew personally.

Golden Era

This era is believed to have formally begun when Garránia joined the Cupertino Alliance as a provisional member on 1 March 2023. A proliferating feeling of clarity and maturity washed over the nation, as it expanded into new artistic frontiers and began to establish more well-standardized systems of classification.



The Empire of Garránia is a federal anocratic imperial monarchy, with an autocratic emperor and an oligarchic Grand Council appointed by the emperor. The Empire of Garránia has a complex form of government that can be described as a federal anocratic imperial monarchy. This means that power is distributed between the central government and various regional subdivisions, and that the form of government is characterized by a mix of both democratic and autocratic elements.

At the core of the Empire's power is the emperor, who possesses supreme executive authority over the state. The emperor is an autocrat, granting them unchecked power to make decisions and enforce policies without significant input or oversight from other branches of government. The emperor's authority is derived from their status as the head of state and the symbol of national unity.

However, the emperor is not the sole source of power in the Empire. The oligarchic Grand Council serves as a group of advisors and administrators who are appointed by the emperor. This council is responsible for overseeing various aspects of government, such as finance, lawmaking, and military affairs. Typically, council members are chosen from the ranks of the nobility or other influential elites, serving at the emperor's pleasure.

In addition to the autocratic and oligarchic elements of the government, the Empire is also characterized by a federal structure. This means that power is divided between the central government and various regional subdivisions, such as duchies or principalities. These subdivisions may have their own forms of government, which are overseen by local officials appointed by the emperor. While the central government retains ultimate authority, the regional subdivisions have some degree of autonomy in managing their own affairs.

Grand Council

Members of the Grand Council
Role Title Member Province
Secretary of the Council Grand Duke of Ensorburgh Ensor Escutcheon.svg TIM Grand Duke Ezekiel I Ensorburgh
Secretary of State Duchess of Almasía Sanria Escutcheon.svg Hon. Duchess Shiva Sanría Almasía
N/A Count of Arriety Hon. Count Maximilian Arriety Arriety
N/A Baroness Viceroy of Caelesta Hon. Baroness Viceroy Aurora Twinkle Caelesta

Administrative districts

Constituent states
Flag Coat of arms Name Established Area Official Language(s) Leader
Florida Dominion Flag.svg Dominion of Florida (Upper)
Ensorburgh Flag.svg Ensorburgh COA.svg Grand Duchy of Ensorburgh 1 July 2022 1.18 km2 English, Irish Grand Duke Ezekiel Ensor I,
Emperor of Garránia
Almasía Flag.svg Almasia COA.svg Duchy of Almasía 31 August 2022 0.99 km2 Arabic, English Duchess Shiva Sanría
Dominion of Florida (Lower)
Noflag.svg County Arriety 3 March 2023 1.23 km2 English Count Maximilian Arriety
Protectorates / Colonies / Overseas Territories
Flag Coat of arms Name Established Area Official Language(s) Leader
Florida Dominion Flag.svg Dominion of Florida (Upper)
Apollo Island Flag.svg Apollo Island Protectorate 14 April 2022 0.3 ha English N/A
Maryland Mandate Flag.svg Maryland Mandate
Goose Island Flag.svg Protectorate of Goose Island 26 April 2022 267 ha English N/A
Noflag.svg Extant Territories
Newcaelesta.svg Caelesta Coat of Arms.svg Viceroyality of Caelesta 2 April 2023 379 m2 Baroness Viceroy Aurora Twinkle


Climate & Weather

Garránia is classified as having a humid subtropical climate under the Köppen-Geiger climate classification system. This classification is given to regions with hot, humid summers and mild winters, with a year-round average temperature above 18°C. , and frequent thunderstorms. During the winter season, temperatures are mild, ranging from 15-20 degrees Celsius, and frost and snow are rare occurrences. The spring and fall seasons are pleasant, with temperatures averaging 20-25 degrees Celsius and less humidity than summer.

However, Garránia is at risk of tropical storms and hurricanes, particularly during the Atlantic hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 30. The period from mid-August to late October is the most active time for tropical storms and hurricanes in the Atlantic basin. During this time, Garránia and other coastal areas of Florida are at a higher risk of experiencing severe weather conditions. Residents and visitors to Garránia are advised to take precautions during the hurricane season, such as monitoring weather forecasts, having emergency supplies on hand, and following evacuation orders when necessary.

Climate data for Fort Myers, Florida (Page Field), 1981–2010 normals
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Record high °F (°C) 90
Average high °F (°C) 74.7
Average low °F (°C) 53.7
Record low °F (°C) 27
Average Rainfall inches (mm) 1.89
Average rainy days (≥ 0.01 in) 5.5 5.2 6.2 4.2 6.8 16.0 17.6 17.9 15.4 6.8 4.4 4.5 110.5
Source: NOAA (extremes 1892–present)[1]

Hurricane Ian Disaster, September-October 2022

Hurricane Ian was a large and destructive Category 4 Atlantic hurricane, that was the deadliest hurricane to strike the state of Florida since the 1935 Labor Day hurricane. As of October 18, 118 people were confirmed dead state-wide from Ian; 61 of those deaths occurred in Lee County, and 24 occurred in neighboring Charlotte County. Garránia was left without power for 6 days, and internet services were out for 12. The Emperor Mother was put under immense stress as she worked at the time as a first responder within Ft Myers Beach, by far the hardest hit area out of those affected by the hurricane. As of October 19, the US Coast Guard is still operating in and around Garránia , and over a hundred police and fire jurisdictions from outside Lee County are present to aid the local police and fire in the cleanup and recovery effort.


This section includes data for the Dominion of Florida exclusively.


Image of Saw palmetto

Some of the most notable plant species in the Dominion of Florida include the cypress tree (Taxodium distichum), which is known for its impressive size and lifespan, reaching heights of up to 30 meters and some living for over 1,000 years. The saw palmetto (Serenoa repens), a hardy palm species that is common throughout Florida, is also prevalent in the region. This palm species can grow up to 3 meters tall and produce small berries that are used in traditional medicine for their anti-inflammatory properties.

Wildflowers also thrive in the region, with vibrant blooms of purple coneflowers (Echinacea purpurea), coreopsis (Coreopsis spp.), and goldenrods (Solidago spp.) dotting the landscape. These wildflowers provide important food sources for pollinators, such as bees and butterflies, and also add to the area's aesthetic appeal.

Efforts are made to preserve and protect Garránia's diverse flora, as these plants are essential components of the region's natural beauty and ecosystem. The preservation of these plants is critical to maintaining the area's delicate balance of biodiversity and sustaining the habitats of various animal species that call Garránia home.



A notable mammal in the Florida Dominion is the Florida panther (Puma concolor coryi). This subspecies of the North American cougar is listed as critically endangered and is one of the rarest mammals in the world. Garránia and it's surrounding biome is one of the few remaining habitats for this majestic big cat, which can grow up to over 2 meters in length and weigh up to 70 kilograms.

Other notable mammals include the marsh rabbit (Sylvilagus palustris), the raccoon (Procyon lotor), and the Virginia opossum (Didelphis virginiana). The marsh rabbit is a small, agile species that is well-adapted to life in wetlands and has been listed as a species of special concern due to habitat loss. Raccoons and opossums are common throughout Florida and can be found in Garránia's hardwood hammocks.

Reptiles & Amphibians
An American alligator basking on a river bank in Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida

One of the most notable reptiles within the Florida Dominion of Garránia is the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis). This large reptile can grow up to 4 meters long and weigh over 450 kilograms. Local wetlands provide an ideal habitat for this species, which is a top predator in the region.

The region is also home to several snake species, including the eastern diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) and the cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus). The eastern diamondback rattlesnake is the largest venomous snake in North America and can grow to 2.5 meters long. The cottonmouth, also known as the water moccasin, is a venomous species that is common in wetland areas.

Other notable reptiles include the gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) and the American crocodile (Crocodylus acutus). The gopher tortoise is a keystone species in the region, as it creates burrows that provide habitats for several other species. The American crocodile is a rare species that is listed as endangered and is found in only a few locations in Florida.


Among the many bird species found in the ares is the roseate spoonbill (Platalea ajaja), a striking wading bird with a distinctive spoon-shaped bill, and the snowy egret (Egretta thula), a small white heron with delicate plumage. The wood stork (Mycteria americana), an imposing bird with a bald head and long, curved bill, is also found in the region. Other local bird species include the American white pelican (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos), a large waterbird with a wingspan of up to three meters, and the double-crested cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus), a sleek diving bird with striking blue eyes.

The sandy beaches nearby to the Dominion of Florida provide nesting habitats for several species of shorebirds, including the least tern (Sternula antillarum) and black skimmer (Rynchops niger). Raptors such as the osprey (Pandion haliaetus) and bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) can also be seen soaring over the waterways, hunting for fish.


National animal

'Corvus Corax', the Common Raven

The national animal of Garránia is the common raven (Corvus corax). It represents intelligence, elegance, and resourcefulness. Due to its widespread distribution across the globe, it is also a symbol of unity among all humans.

It is the largest of the perching birds: it reaches a length of up to 66 cm and has a wingspan of more than 1.3 meters. It is among the hardiest of birds, inhabiting the northern tundra and boreal forests as well as barren mountains and desert. It is keen-sighted and notably wary. Like other members of the family Corvidae, the raven is a noisy, aggressive omnivore whose diet includes rodents, insects, grain, and birds' eggs. In winter, especially, it is a scavenger and feeds on carrion, dead fish, and garbage.

The raven is an intelligent bird with a large and varied vocabulary, including guttural croaks, gurglings, and a sharp metallic “tok.” Studies have shown that the common raven is capable of saving items of value that can be used later as tools or as goods for barter, behavior that strongly suggests that this bird has the ability to plan for a future when these items might be needed.

Citrus sinensis Osbeck painting by Mary Emily Eaton from a 1917 issue of National Geographic

National flora

National flower

The orange blossom is the fragrant flower of the Citrus sinensis (orange tree) and is the national flower of Garránia. It is used in perfume making and has been written about as an aphrodisiac. It is traditionally associated with good fortune in areas such as China, India, and Persia. Orange blossom honey (citrus honey) is produced by putting beehives in the citrus groves during the blooming period. This also pollinates seeded citrus varieties. Orange blossom honey is highly prized and tastes much like fruit. In Spain, fallen blossoms are dried and then used to make tea and the orange blossom gives its tourist nickname to the Costa del Azahar ("orange-blossom coast"), the Castellón seaboard. Many cultures considered these flowers pure, and Garránia uses them as a symbol of good fortune, peace, and of agriculture, as the local orange groves make up a sizeable chunk of local agricultural land, and are the backbone of the local economy.

National tree

The national tree of Garránia is the weeping magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora). It represents Garránia's natural beauty and just like the national flower, also represents peace and unity. One of the most beautiful trees native to North America, evergreen with straight trunk, conical crown, and very fragrant, very large, white flowers. The pyramidal southern magnolia does not get extremely large in most of its range. It is usually 50 ft. tall, rarely growing to 100 ft. They have a dense growth of smooth, leathery evergreen leaves that are alternate, 5-10 inches long, shiny on top and rusty below. Fragrant, creamy-white flowers, which discolor easily if bruised, appear on the ends of thick, tough stems all over the tree. They are cup-shaped, about 8 inches across, with 6 thick petals, wider at the tip, where they are cupped. The blossoms open about 9:00 A.M. and close at night for 2 or 3 days; then all the stamens are shed and the flower reopens, turns brown, and disintegrates. The flowers appear throughout the summer and into fall. The flowers produce conelike seedpods that contain large red seeds. When the pods open, the seeds often fall from their place and hang by silky threads.

Government organizations

Garránia Imperial Air Force

The Garránia Imperial Air Force (GIAF) is the official air force of Garránia. Unlike traditional military air forces, the GIAF is a non-militant organization that operates as a flight instruction program with military ranks. Its primary purpose is to provide training for pilots who wish to pursue careers in civilian aviation or to join other air forces around the world. To achieve this goal, the GIAF utilizes various flight simulators, such as X-Plane and SimplePlanes, to teach recruits how to pilot aircraft. These simulators are designed to simulate real-world flying conditions and provide a safe and controlled environment for pilots to learn and develop their skills.

Despite its non-militant nature, the GIAF takes its training program seriously and is dedicated to producing highly skilled pilots who can operate safely and effectively in any situation. As such, it adheres to strict standards and procedures, and its instructors are highly experienced and qualified. It is important to note that the GIAF does not have any aircraft in its fleet, as its primary focus is on training and instruction rather than actual combat operations.


The Garránian United Aerospace Research Division (GUARD) is the official space program of Garránia. The program operates exclusively within Kerbal Space Program and is responsible for conducting various research and experiments related to space exploration. It has an astronomical division that is focused on frequent observations of celestial bodies such as the moon, planets, and interstellar nebulae. These observations provide valuable insights into the behavior and composition of these objects, which can aid in the development of new technologies and exploration strategies. In addition to its research and observation efforts, GUARD is also involved in the design and testing of spacecraft and related technologies. This includes building new spacecraft, testing propulsion systems, and conducting experiments in zero gravity environments.

GUARD plays a critical role in advancing Garránia's understanding of the universe and developing new technologies that will enable Garránian exploration of space.

Foreign relations

Organizations and accords

Garránia is a member of the following organizations and accords

Name Date of Joining Status
Augusta Accord Logo.svg Augusta Accord 28 June 2021 (As Radnia) Signatory
 Cupertino Alliance 1 March 2023 Provisional Member

Micronational recognition

Allies (physical agreement signed) Online allies (digital agreement signed) Mutual recognition Diplomatic support / unilateral recognition Diplomatically condemned Informal Relations

Macronational recognition

Garránia recognizes all nations with de facto control over their territory.
This table portrays the de jure recognition of legitimacy of these nations.

Recognized Special status Partial Condemned Illegitimate