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Republic of Semibratovo
Coat of arms
Motto: none
Anthem: Internationale

Old map
Largest citySemibratovo, Lianozovsk
Official languagesRussian
GovernmentAbsolute Democracy
LegislaturePeople's Council
EstablishmentAugust 17, 2020
• Census
Time zoneUTC+3 (Moscow)
Internet TLDnone

The Republic of Semibratovo is a micronation in Eastern Europe. It is located in the European part of Russia, but does not claim independence from it and does not alienate its territories. The capital is the village of Semibratovo. The official language is Russian. The country was founded on August 17, 2020 as the Duchy of Semibratovo, which was originally a province of the Kanazory of Azalistan, but achieved de facto independence from it in mid-autumn, coexisting together with the successor of Azalistan-Suoria to this day already according to the Chinese system used between the PRC and Hong Kong. In July 2021, absolute democracy was proclaimed in the country, shortly after the Democratic Revolution that took place on June 24, 2021, which put an end to the monarchy.


The Republic of Semibratovo is a country consisting of a number of enclaves scattered throughout the European part of Russia. Most often, the main territory is called the capital, but it does not have any legal basis for this. Among the separate territories are the capital-Semibratovo, located in the Rostov district of the Yaroslavl region, the city of Lianozovsk, located in the Lianozovo district in Moscow, the city of Nikulsk, located in the Mytishchi district of the Moscow region, the city of Elagin in St. Petersburg, as well as an uninhabited territory on the islands of the city of Yaroslavl, including the Lvovsky island. The northernmost point is located on Elagin Island, the easternmost on Savinsky Island, the southernmost in Lianozovsk, and the westernmost, again on Elagin Island.

The republic has an indirect access to the Baltic Sea, which is located on Elagin Island. However, the country does not have a proper infrastructure for maritime navigation, but river navigation is developed in the country. The main rivers are the Ustye and Klyazma Rivers, and the country also has access to the Volga River, but the situation with maritime navigation is repeated here.


The republic borders with the Russian Federation, as well as with a number of micronations, including: Austrian Principality and Suorian Tsardom

All the borders of the country are open and are not guarded by anyone, the border with Suoria runs along the northern border of Lianozovsk and the main part of the border of Nikulsk, and the border with Australia runs along the western border of Lianozovsk.


The Semibratovo geological formation is based on Mesozoic deposits. The capital territory is located on the deposits of the Jurassic period, so the prevailing soil here is gray and black clay with pyrite. Deposits on the territory of the cities of Lianozovsk and Nikulsk also belong to the same period. Therefore, despite the remoteness of the country's regions from each other, their geological structure is generally similar.

Among the minerals, it is necessary to distinguish gray and black clay, mineral waters and sand.

Internal waters

The country has an indirect access to the Baltic Sea, which is carried out after passing along the Neva River on Elaginsky Island. The capital of the country and the capital territory have no access to the sea. The main river in the region is the Estuary. the main river of Lianozovsk is Samoteka, but it is not navigable, the main river of Nikulsk is Klyazma, but at the place where it meets the city, it is expanded by the Klyazma reservoir.

In fact, all regions of the country are connected by the river system. Thus, in theory, you can get on a boat to swim by Gravity to the Moscow River, from where you can get to the Klyazma Reservoir via the Moscow Canal, going to Nikulsk, from where you can go further to the Volga. Then you can get to the Rybinsk reservoir, from where, if you swim to the north, you can get to Elagin Island, and if you swim to the south, then to the Ustye River, you can get to the Capital of the country - Semibratovo.

The largest rivers
Name Lenght
Srednyaa Nevka 2,6 km
Lianozovsky ruchey 2 km
Big Canal 1,2 km
Samotyoka 1,2 km
Krestovka 700m

There are no large natural lakes in the country, however, among the man-made ones, one can distinguish the Klyazma reservoir, to which the country has access, as well as a dam on the Lianozovka River.


The climate in all parts of the country is temperate continental. On the Kamenny and Elagin Islands, the climate is seaside. Cold sea winds blow here. In the rest of the country, the climate and temperatures are the same as in the entire European part of Russia. Summer is relatively warm, short; winter is moderately cold, long. The coldest month is January (the average temperature ranges from -10.5 °C ... -12 °C), the warmest is July (+17.5 °C... +18.5 °C). The autumn and spring periods are clearly expressed

On average, about 500–600 mm of precipitation falls on the territory of the country per year, of which 30% falls in winter. Due to the fact that the evaporation rate is one-third less than the amount of precipitation (400 mm), the climate in the country is humid. The humidity ranges from 52-56 % in May to 65-93 % in December.