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Montescano, officially the Principality of Montescano (Latin: Principatus Montescano; Dutch: Soeverein Vorstendom Montescano), was a landlocked state which claimed to be a sovereign state but was more commonly referred to as a micronation by external observers, with claims within the Netherlands and Slovakia. The Principality formally declared independence on 29 May 2019. Montescano was comprised of five counties, and had a population of 27. Most of the political culture was based on the Medieval Low Countries as such much of its culture and many government positions revealed a Dutch influence on the nation. Unlike the Medieval Netherlands, Montescano upheld "Chalcedonian Christianity" as the official religion, which de facto meant that both the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox denominations had an official status. (more...)

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