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Grand Duchy of Nordinsel
Flag Coat of arms
Motto: Semper Eadem
Status Constituent realm of the Karno-Ruthenian Empire
(de jure, provisional)
Largest city Appinstadt
Official languages English
Demonym Nordian
Government Constitutional monarchy
 •  Grand Duke Michael I
Legislature Imperial Diet
Independence from the Republic of Ireland
 •  Declared 8 November 2016 
 •  Karno-Ruthenian Compromise 20 February 2017 
 •  Merged with Appinfeldt 07 July 2018 
 •  Total 1.46 km2
1 sq mi
 •  2018 census 5
 •  Density TBD/km2
TBD/sq mi
HDI (2018)Increase 0.894
very high · 4th
Currency Ruthenian Mark (RMK)
Date format dd/mm/yyyy
a. Location: Inishtooskert, Republic of Ireland
b. Dual Monarchy union after the Karno-Ruthenian Compromise of 2016 signing.

The Grand Duchy of Nordinsel is a member state of the Karno-Ruthenian Empire and is a cultural, religious, and social project resembling a new country.

It is located in Inishtooskert, Republic of Ireland and in Dallas, United States of America. It was founded by Oscar I after the overthrow of Prince James IX & I of Scotia, merging the territories of the principality with the other state of the Empire with Anglo-Saxon culture, the Duchy of Appinfeldt.

Following the enactment of martial law on 01 July 2018[1] and the deposition of Prince James on the following day[2], the principality was ruled by the Command of the Fourth Army until 07 July, when Appinfeldt and Scotia were reorganized to found a single state.

Uniting the Scottish culture of Appinfeldt and the Irish culture of Scotia, the state with geographic possessions on both sides of the Atlantic would be governed by the most eligible of the candidates, Michael of Appinfeldt, who in addition to renowned ability as a military and politician, also had Scottish and Irish ancestry. The merge of the states gave origin to the Grand Duchy, whose name is the Germanic equivalent of Inishtooshkert, the Irish name of the territory of the Principality of Scotia[3][4].

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