Republic of Aetosia

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Republic of Aetosia
Flag of Republic of Aetosia
Coat of arms of Republic of Aetosia
Coat of arms
Motto: Fiat Lux (Latin: Let there be light)
and largest city
Saint William of Foggia
Official languagesEnglish
GovernmentUnitarian parliamentary republic
LegislatureNational Council
Establishment26 April 2019
CurrencyEuro € (de facto)
Time zoneUTC +1

Aetosia, officially the Republic of Aetosia, is a micronation located in several settlements in Europe. It is a unitarian parliamentary republic influenced by Western culture, founded on 26 April 2019.

The first enclave founded in Aetosia and the capital of micronation is Saint William of Foggia, named for the patron saint of the same name.


The name of Aetosia comes from a conjunction between aetos (from the Greek Αετός, eagle) and the suffix -ia.


On 27 April 2019, the National Council was formed and given the task of drafting a constitution and basic laws to ensure stability before starting to develop Aetosia.

The first laws approved in the National Council were framed in the festive calendar and in the internal communications, thus May 1 was declared as the workers' holiday in Aetosia and April 2, 2019 the official Discord server was opened.


The political system of the nation is a representative and multiparty democracy. Aetosia is a unitary republic, whose organizational base are the enclaves, the private properties of the citizens who are territories of the country.

The National Council is the unicameral legislature of Aetosia. The Presidency of the Republic is elected through a vote in the National Council.

Justice is administered through the Supreme Court, which is composed of two judges and one Supreme Judge.


Holidays are unworkable for any bureaucratic procedures and apply throughout the national territory.

The National Council receives and evaluates proposals for public holidays.

Name Date Notes
New Year's Day 1 January The first day of the year on the modern Gregorian calendar.
Workers' Day 1 May An annual holiday to celebrate the achievements of workers.

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