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Schneeblutigan Empire
Schneeblutigien Kaiserreich (German)
Flag Coat of arms
"Acta Non Verba"
"Act Don't Talk"
Anthem: "Die Union März"
"The Union March"
Area claimed in green
Area claimed in green
and largest city
Official languages German and Portuguese
Ethnic groups (2017) 80.0% White
17.0% Mixed race
3.0% Black
Demonym Schneeblutigan
Government Unitary parliamentary constitutional diarchy
 •  Co-Emperors vacant
 •  Prime Minister vacant
 •  Regent Arthur I of Roschfallen
Legislature Imperial Assembly
 •  Upper house Imperial Senate
 •  Lower house Chamber of Deputies
Independence from the Federative Republic of Brazil
 •  Declared 4 March 2014 
 •  Constitution 22 June 2015 
 •  Recognition 14 January 2016 
 •  Vacancy since 2 February 2017 
 •  Total 23.036 km2
10.788 sq mi
 •  Water (%) 2.1%
 •  2018 estimate 251
 •  Density TBD/km2
TBD/sq mi
Gini (2018)32.3[1]
HDI (2015)Increase 0.845[2]
very high · 12th
Currency Real (R$)a (BRL)
Time zone BRT (UTC−3)
 •  Summer (DST) BRST (UTC−2)
Date format dd/mm/yyyy
Calling code +55
Internet TLD .sc
a. Schneeblutig has no official national currency and maintains the use of the Brazilian real without an external agreement
b. Official website

Schneeblutig, officially the Schneeblutigan Empire (German: Schneeblutigies Kaiserreich), is a coastal micronation located in South America, completelly surrounded by Brazil by north, west and south and by Altantic ocean to the east. At 23 thousans square kilometers (11.788 square miles) and with over 250 people, Schneeblutig territory is divided into 17 juridical counties. The capital and the most-populated city is Peterstadt. It have German language as a cultural language while the Portuguese remains the administrative language. It's territory claims almost half of the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo under the principle of Separatism.

Schneeblutig was inhabited by numerous tribal nations prior to the settlement in 1565 by Estácio de Sá, who claimed the area for the Portuguese Empire as part of it's new colony of Brazil. Schneeblutig remained part of Portuguse Brazil until independence was achieved in 1822 with the creation of the Empire of Brazil, which later became a presidential republic in 1889 following a military coup d'état. In 2014, Schneeblutig was created as a micronational simulationist project, proclaiming it's independence from Brazil and claiming a territory under separatism. Schneeblutig's current constitution, formulated in 2015, defines it as a semi-parliamentary unitary monarchy, but the country is passing through a huge political reform, being de facto a diarchy. The state is subdivided into 17 counties ruled by the aristocracy.

Schneeblutig's economy is based on the added value of its properties, resources and profits, with the gross value of GDP being uncertai at this point. This measurement was firstly used by Roschfallen. Schneeblutig until 2016 had a fast growing economy, mainly based on services and tourism. Schneeblutig is a founding member of the former Liberal League, an international alliance that brings together nations with liberal policies. Citizenship can be acquired by simply applying to or according to the most recent treaties, by being a citizen of Roschfallen and Manso.

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  1. "Gini coefficient of equivalised disposable income (source: SILC)". Eurostat Data Explorer. Retrieved 4 December 2015.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  2. "2016 Human Development Report". United Nations Development Programme. 2016. Retrieved 25 March 2017.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>