Ἁγία Αἰκατερίνη (Hellenic)
Ϝάστυ Ἁγίας Αἱκατερίνης
|Borough of Hagia Aikaterini|
|Ἁγία Αἰκατερίνη transcription(s)|
|• Romanisation||Hajía Ekaterínī|
Hellenic: Πρῶτα ὁ Θεὸς
|Anthem: «Περνάει ὁ Στρατός»|
"The Army is passing"
|File:Map of Athens, Greece.png|
|Coordinates: 37°58'05.8"N 23°42'41.5"E|
|Established||20 August 2020 AD|
|Founded by||Quintus De Vitaliis|
|• High Burghermaster||Lucianus Dimitrijević-De Vitaliis|
|Demonyms||Ἁγιοκατερινιώτης (m.), Ἁγιοκατερινιώτις (f.)|
|• Immigrant||Albanian, English, Irish, Urdu|
|Time zone||UTC+02:15 (Græcian Eastern Time)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+03:15 (Græcian Eastern Summer Time)|
The Borough of Hagia Aikaterini (Hellenic: Ϝάστυ Ἁγίας Αἰκατερίνης, romanised: Wásty Hajíās Ekaterínīs, pronounced: [ˈwasti haˈʝi.aːs ɛ.ka.teˈri.niːs]) is one of the ten boroughs of Græcia, the second-level administrative divisions of the micronation, and the legislative and judicial capital of Græcia. It was formed in August 2020 AD, located in a neighborhood of Athens, Attica, Hellas, consisting of two districts.
The Borough of Hagia Aikaterini was named in honour of its patron saint, Saint Catherine. For the sake of brevity, the Borough is referred to as Hagia Aikaterini (Hellenic: Ἁγία Αἰκατερίνη, romanised: Hajía Ekaterínī [haˈʝi.aː ɛ.ka.teˈri.niː]).
Hagia Aikaterini was part of the Aegean Voivodeship, alongside Andriopolis, and Vathy, between 1 March 2021 and 10 June 2022, when the Atthicon Voivodeship was established. The government decided to make a switch and include Hagia Aikaterini in the newly formed voivodeship, thus leaving only two boroughs in the Aegean.
The Borough is subdivided into two districts:
|District||Area (km²)||Area of influence (km²)||Administrative seat|
|Upper Hagia Aikaterini||TBD||TBD||Dominium of Caterina Russo|
|Lower Hagia Aikaterini||TBD||TBD||Kornaros Auditorium|
- Upper district representatives - 5
- Lower district representatives - 5
The Borough of Hagia Aikaterini depends exclusively on tourism. The borough's area of influence includes a street full of taverns and restaurants, that attract both locals and tourists.
The Borough of Hagia Aikaterini is located entirely within a neighborhood of the city of Athens. Its area of influence covers both divisions of said neighborhood, all the way to a central location, just 200m from the border of Zenia with Athens.
|District||Population (2023)||Citizens (2023)||Other subjects (2023)|
The vast majority of the people living in the Borough are Greek Orthodox Christians (28/32 = 87,5%), while the rest are atheists and one Irish Catholic Christian. The patron saint of the Borough is Saint Catherine the Great Martyr, whose feast is celebrated on 25 November.
The official language of the Borough is Hellenic, which is used for official documents, as well as everyday things. There is a minority of old Athenians who may speak Arvanitika, mostly located in the Borough's area of influence. Therefore, it is a recognised minority language within the Borough. Although not recognised, Albanian, English, Irish Gaelic, and Urdu are spoken immigrant languages.