List of micronations

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This is a partial list of micronations. Only the most prominent micronations have been selected for this list, and it will expand as more are added.

Official title Flag Founded Description
Empire of Agber Empire of Agber Flag.png 1995 First founded as the Principality of Kolios, the project was reimagined in early 1998 as the Empire of Agber, with Kolios becoming a nation within the Empire.
Aerican Empire Flag of Aerica.jpg 1987 An eccentric tongue-in-cheek micronation. It claims various terrestrial and interplanetary territories.
Principality of Aigues-Mortes Flag of Aigues-Mortes.jpg 2011 French micronation created to promote and support local initiatives of the eponymous city, located in Southern France, 23km east of Montpellier.
Empire of Angyalistan Flag of Angyalistan.jpg 1999 French micronation that claims the Earth's horizon as its sovereign territory.
Kingdom of Argonne Argonne Flag.jpg 2019 Now-defunct miniature kingdom founded by Sir James Murphy after his abdication from as King of Scone.
Atlantium Flag-atlantium.jpg 1981 Based in Australia, it advocates for global governance: specifically, no borders and freedom of movement.
Empire of Austenasia Flag of Austenasia.png 2008 A self-declared sovereign state based in the United Kingdom.
Calsahara Flag of Calsahara Colony.jpg.jpg 2009 Self-declared state in central California founded by Travis McHenry. Now a colony of Westarctica.
Kingdom of Casbah Flag of Casbah.gif 1995 Now-defunct micronation founded by Travis McHenry in rural Pennsylvania.
Commonwealth of Dracul Dracul flag.jpg 2017 A North American micronation located within and surrounded by Houston Texas.
Flandrensis Flag of Flandrensis.png 2008 A micronation which claims some territories of Antarctica, founded by Niels Vermeersch.
House of Homestead Flag of Homestead.jpg 2014 Florida-based micronation ruled by Prince Arthur of Homestead claiming land in Andorra.
Hutt River Hutt-river-flag.png 1970 A large farming area in Western Australia that seceded from the Australia Commonwealth and declared itself to be a sovereign nation. It was known as the Hutt River Province until 2007. Now defunct.
Principality of Kolios Kingdom of Kolios Flag.png 1995 Founded by a group of elementary school students whose parents were stationed in Augsburg, Germany with the United States Army. Later incorporated into the Empire of Agber.
Ladonia Flag of Ladonia.png 1980 A micronation created by Swedish artist Lars Vilks as the home to sculptures created by him in the Kullaberg nature reserve in north-west Skåne.
Liberland Liberland-flag.png 2015 Claims an uninhabited parcel of disputed land on the western bank of the Danube, between Croatia and Serbia. It was created by Czech politician and activist Vít Jedlička.
Lostisland Flag of Lostisland.jpg 2008 Unlike many other micronations, Lostisland doesn't claim to be a sovereign state, but rather defines herself as a cultural and social project.
Molossia Flag of Molossia.png 1999 A micronation founded by Kevin Baugh, occupying his semi-rural residential acreage in Nevada. It is run humorously as a dictatorial banana-republic
Reunion Reunionfl.gif 1997 A micronation founded by Brazilian law students as a political simulation. Reunion has a very active political system. It has issued passports, minted coins and is considered one of the most important Lusophone micronations.
Kingdom of Ruritania Ruritania-Flg.jpg 1967 The country began as a pseudo-simulation of a fictional nation, in 1967, but it evolved (post Internet) into a micronation having activities in the real world.
Saugeais Flag of Saugeais.png 1947 An officially sanctioned tongue-in-cheek micronation located in eastern France, in the département of Doubs.
Kingdom of Scone Flag of Scone.jpg 2014 Miniature kingdom governed by a monarchy and a parliament patterned after the British Crown and the Parliament at Westminster.
Sealand Sealand-Flag.png 1967 A World War II military facility consisting of a man-made structure located off the English coast that was occupied and declared to be an independent state by Paddy Roy Bates.
Seborga Flag-seborga.png 1963 A town in the Italian region of Liguria that claims never to have been a part of the modern Italian state.
Kingdom of Shiloh Flag of Shiloh.jpg 2008 Micronation dedicated to cultural celebrations of the monarchical system of government and is noted for its persistent attempts at gaining political sovereignty and political independence, sometimes through unconventional means.
Slabovia Flag of Slabovia.jpg 1984 Slabovia exists in the hearts, minds and bodies of its noble and righteous citizens.
Talossa Flag-talossa.png 1979 A micronation founded as a bedroom kingdom by Milwaukee, Wisconsin resident Robert Ben Madison. Madison claims to have coined the term "micronation".
Užupis Uzupis-Flag.png 1997 Užupis is a neighborhood largely located in the Old Town of Vilnius, Lithuania. In 1997, the residents of the area declared a Republic of Užupis, with its own flag, currency, president, and constitution.
Vikesland Flag of Vikesland.jpg 2005 A micronation located in Manitoba, Canada that was founded for the purposes of a TV documentary about micronations. It was founded by Christopher Beyette, who claimed two properties in and near the town of Brandon, Manitoba|Brandon. Now defunct.
Westarctica Flag of Westarctica.jpg 2001 Micronation founded by Travis McHenry that claims 1/8th of the continent of Antarctica.
Whangamomona Flag-whangamomona.png 1989 A tongue-in-cheek micronation created as a tourism booster, and based in the rural New Zealand town of the same name. Past elected presidents have included a goat.
Wirtland Flag-wirtland.jpg 2008 Wirtland is an experiment into legitimacy and self-sustainability of a country without its own soil, which transcends national borders without breaching or lessening the sovereignty of any involved.


2004 Established by Paul Delprat during a dispute with the local council of Mosman municipality in Sydney, New South Wales, Sydney over the construction of a driveway to his property.
Zaqistan Flag-zaqistan.jpg 2005 A small tract of land in Box Elder County, a remote part of Utah, on which its owner has built monuments. It has also issued passports.