Town of Austenasia
|Established||27 June 2016|
|• Representative||Lord Peter Palaiologos, Count of Mentavlos|
|• Total||0.002 km2 (0.000766 sq mi)|
Ionathanopolis was a Town of the Empire of Austenasia situated in North America. Founded on 27 June 2016, it was named after the reigning Emperor Jonathan I. The Town was dissolved on 14 February 2019 after it fell out of contact with the imperial government.
Throughout its history, Ionathanopolis was represented in Parliament by Lord Peter Palaiologos, who was appointed its Acting Representative upon the town's annexation and elected to the position proper on 5 August later that year. The town was comprised of a residential property consisting of a house, garage, and gardens, with its northern-most border running along a small creek, and had a population of five.
The culture of Ionathanopolis was heavily influenced by American and Greek culture and was considered to be largely socially conservative, staunchly monarchist and reactionary. The Count of Mentavlos owned a collection of various artifacts from Greek history. The population was Christian (three Orthodox and two Protestants) and two residents were fluent in French, with another learning the language.