|Tsardom of Russenorsk|
"Христос воскрес! Христос Господь!"
"Christ is Risen! Christ is Lord!"
Anthem: Molitva Russkikh (Anthem of the Russian Royalty of the Empire)
and largest city
|Tsar Yakov I|
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• 2021 estimate
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|Currency||USD/ Russenorsk Imperial Rubles (RIR) (RIR)|
|Time zone||CDT (capital)|
• Summer (DST)
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Russenorsk, officially The Grand Holy Christian Tsardom of Russenorsk and also known by other names and often referred to as the Russenorsk Empire, is a confederate Absolute monarchy largely based on the culture of the Russian Empire and is located in America, Europe and Russia. It was created on 9-23-2021 when it declared independence at exactly 11:24 AM CDT.
The nation is structured with the Tsar at the top of government with supreme and overall say in the nation at final decision with the Chancellor underneath him wich is elected by the people and serves terms. Underneath the Chancellor is the Imperial Duma which is made up of elected representatives that propose and vote on legislation. The Tsar can veto, create, and even force to pass his own legeslation at any time, however the Tsar mostly lets the Imperial Duma do its job without interference.
Structure and name
The monarch of the House of Zakharov-Preobrazhensky rules as Tsar of the Empire and the current head of the House of Zakharov-Preobrazhensky is Tsar Yakov I.
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Russenorsk is heavily conservative and very far-right on the political spectrum.
Christianity is the official state religion of Russenorsk.
The culture of Russenorsk is based of the culture of the Russian Empire
The national holidays of the Empire are imperative to the cultural survival of the nation as a whole.
|New Year's Day||1 January||The first day of the Gregorian year.|
|International Women's Day||8 March||Celebration of respect, appreciation, and love towards women.|
|Easter Day||Between 22 March and 25 April||Celebrates the resurrection of Jesus.|
|International Workers' Day||1 May||Honors the the contributions that workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of the country.|
|Corpus Christi||Between 21 May and 24 June||Solemnity which honors the Body of Christ.|
|Lover's Day||12 June||The day before Saint Anthony's day, known as the “patron saint of marriages”.|
|Martyr's Day||17 July||Tribute to Royal Passion-Bearers Nicholas II of Russia and his family, as well as all other victims of Communism.|
|Children’s Day||12 October||Honor children, promote mutual exchange and understanding among children and initiate actions to benefit and promote the welfare of the world's children.|
|Teacher’s Day||15 October||Special day for the appreciation of teachers and their special contributions to the society.|
|All Saints’ Day||1 November||In honour of all the saints, known and unknown; Roman Catholicism.|
|All Souls’ Day||2 November||Commemorates the faithful departed.|
|Armistice Day||11 November||Commemoration of the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany and also in commemoration of both living and dead soldiers who served in any conflict.|
|Christmas Day||25 December||Traditional commemoration of the birth of Jesus.|
|New Year's Eve||31 December||The final day of the Gregorian year; Saint Sylvester's Day.|
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