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I had no idea Freetown Christiania is considered a micronation. I thought they were just hippies living in their own little part of Copenhagen. :XD:

Micronations are places that someone has declared it’s own country or at least independent. Sealand is the best known one, while Christiania is usually considered the most legit one because Denmark allowed them to slag on a lot of rules about drugs and building sites, though lately the Danish state have forced them to be less liberal about drugs whish lead to a lot of conflicts.


30th September 2010

Tagged in Christiania Sealand England Denmark


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11 months ago #9454017        
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I'm dense for just NOW realizing denmark looks like shaggy.



1 year ago #9407017        
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I'm a Lord of Sealand.

No really, got a title and everything!



6 months ago #9505924        
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Bird is British 60s slang for Women

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8 months ago #9487180        
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YES FINALLY SEALAND IS HERE!!!



RandUser

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10 months ago #9469883        
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Never Knew Denmark could be such a responsible Parent and Adult :P



Mikhails

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4 days ago #9579686        
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Poor Sealand is always left out



2 months ago #9560717        
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Nice job proving you're an adult. I believe you. No, really.



2 months ago #9557948        
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who are the parents to sealand and christiania



3 months ago #9548579        
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It will be America all over again unless he stops watching ladies



3 months ago #9548332        
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Are there any abandoned off-shore platforms near New Zealand or Australia? If so, Sealand might get a colony.

New Sealand!



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