Great Kingdom of Segacia

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Great Kingdom of Segacia
Grande Reino da Segacia (pt)

(AD) 2003-2005


Capital cityCenter Segacian Base
Largest cityBed Highlands
Official language(s)Portuguese

GovernmentDiarchy monarchy
- MonarchsD. Guilherme I
Alexandro II and IV

Area Claimed~10 m²
CurrencyFake Coins
Date formatdd-mm-yyyy

Great Kingdom of Segacia (Portuguese: Grande Reino da Segácia) or simply Segacia was an enclave non-sovereign micronation existing within the Portuguese Republic between 2003 and 2005. It was based in the now Lomellina Consolato, a territory of the Principality of Lomellina. The Kingdom was controlled by the two brothers D. Guilherme I and Alexandro II and IV as a Diarchy monarchy.

Etymology[edit | edit source]

The Great Kingdom was to give the idea of a mighty micronation that ruled, commonly associated with the monarchs's ambitions and "Segacia" derives from "Sega", a commonly spoken word to identify a place or a territory between the monarchs.

History[edit | edit source]

Formation[edit | edit source]

In the middle of 2003, two brothers decided to create a Kingdom in wich they could simulate a Diarchy monarchy inspired by the Principality of Andorra in wich they admired at the time. Then the two established a name and founded 3 cities within the kingdom the first being Center Segacian Base where the goverment would meet and take decisions for the better of the nation. Then the Bed Highlands was founded as the monarchs royal castle, and the Green Viewpoint as a touristic spot of the kingdom. Later the government was created and a Council of Nobles was established and a representative appointed. By the end of November 2004, Segacia already had 38 citizens including the ruling monarchs.

Great War of Segacia[edit | edit source]

In December 2004, the two monarchs entered in conflict. The disagreement between the two began with the debate between the laws and the type of government to be established in the Great Kingdom of Segacia. D. Guilherme I voted for an Absolute Monarchy while Alexandro II and IV supported the Constitutional Monarchy. After weeks of no common agreement both brothers created the Northern and Southern versions of Segacia, each one with the ideas of both leaders. After a year of war the result was the complete separation between the North and South dividing the kingdom into two.

Map of the Great Kingdom of Segacia.

Government[edit | edit source]

Segacia was a Diarchy monarchy. Diarchy is a form of government in which two individuals ("diarchs") are joint heads of state. Most diarchs hold their position for life, passing the position to their children or other family members like a regular monarchy. The two monarchs had the same power over the kingdom and both had a major impact in opinions from the Council of Nobles.

List of Diarchs[edit | edit source]

Military[edit | edit source]

The Segacian military was only composed by the Segacian Infantry with 20 active soldiers wish defended Segacia until their separation in the Great War of Segacia divided into the Guilherminians and the Alexandrians.

Geography[edit | edit source]

Segacia was based in a ~10 m² room divided into 3 areas (also called cities) each of them having a major function for the kingdom:

  • Center Segacian Base - This was since it's creation the kingdom's capital and house of the Council of Nobles. It was located in the center area of the room.
  • Bed Highlands - The Bed Highlands is a city wich housed the "Royal Castle" where the monarchs sleept.
  • Green Viewpoint - Was a touristic place in Segacia wher the tourists could enjoy a great green view from the window.

Diplomacy[edit | edit source]

The Great Kingdom of Segacia held a few diplomatic relationships, some in a positive way. These were divided into 3 groups: Allies, Enemies and Neutral Pacts.

Allies[edit | edit source]

  • State of Consolas
  • Upperfield State

Enemies[edit | edit source]

  • Fascist Housekeep States
  • Organized Republic of Pena

Neutral Pacts[edit | edit source]

  • Lowerfield State

See also[edit | edit source]