Archipelago of Glaciem
| Archipelago of Glaciem|
Archipelago of Lomellina
Glaciem in red.
|Official language(s)||Italian, Portuguese|
|Established||23 August 2014 (Foundation)|
|Currency||Euro (€) (de jure)|
n/a (de facto)
The Archipelago of Glaciem or simply Glaciem but officialy County of Glaciem, is a group of 16 islands near Qaqortoq, Greenland. It was annexed to the Principality of Lomellina in 23 August 2014. The group is composed in 16 islands being Grand-Glaciem the biggest and the Capital-city of the archipelago.
Etymology[edit | edit source]
"Glaciem" is the Latin word for "Ice" featuring the area's icy and cold weather.
History[edit | edit source]
Searching for more territories to claim, in 22 August 2014, D. Guilherme da Lomellina e Berenguer, prince of Lomellina discovered an unamed group of 16 islands in the Greenland city of Qaqortoq that wasn't included in the Greenlandish sovereign territory. Followed by this discovery D. Guilherme annexed it to the Principality of Lomellina the very next day in 23 August 2014 creating the Archipelago of Glaciem.
Government and politics[edit | edit source]
All of Glaciem is controlled by the Count and the Countess and in each island a Viscounty is established and a Viscount is appointed.
List of Counts[edit | edit source]
- D. Guilherme I, Count of Ross and Glaciem (23 Aug 2014 - 11 Sep 2014)
List of Countesses[edit | edit source]
- D. Tânya Correa D'Ornellas, Countess of Ross and Glaciem (23 Aug 2014 - 11 Sep 2014)
Territories[edit | edit source]
The Lomellinian Archipelago of Glaciem currently has 16 territories wich are:
|Coat of Arms||Name||Annexed||Governor||Administrative division||Residents|
Group of 6 islets
Group of 4 islets