Tricornia annexed as Manor


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Tricornia annexed as Manor

22 July 7528 AM

His Imperial Majesty Alexander IV, Defender of the Faith, Turtle and Elephants, may the Almighty God bless his reign, signed into law the Moesia Act which formally annexes Tricornia — a grouping of ten non-contiguous land plots within Serbia — as a Manor of the Empire of Pavlov. The Act envisages the creation of a sixth top-level administrative division in Pavlov, Velika Moesisk’a Land, with its only Uyuezd Verkhnjaja Moesij, located at 44°45'15.6"N 20°38'51.9"E.

Tricornia had been a Town of the Empire of Austenasia from 5 April to 7 June 7528 (18 April to 20 June 2020 according to the calendar of the heretics), when it dissolved amid an administrative incident. The Act grants former Lord Nikola J. the title of Prince of Velika Mojesija and Baron of Tricornia under his new Pavlovian name Mykola Sladzhanovych Moesiskyj.

The annexation of Tricornia marks the first territorial expansion of Pavlov since its proclamation on 30 May 7528. At present, the Empire of Pavlov counts six top-level administrative divisions (Lands), seven Yuezds, six Towns, two Manors and the City of Alexandropol, not counting the sovereign Kingdom of Brienia, an associated state of Pavlov.