Pavlov's celebrates 8th anniversary

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The Empire of Pavlov is a social and cultural project which seeks to model the society, customs, and traditions of the medieval Slavic principalities and the Roman Empire in a contemporary framing. The standards of what is and isn't acceptable were drastically different in the era that Pavlov is modeled after, and many of today's societal concepts didn't exist at all. More in the Disclaimer.

Pavlov's celebrates 8th anniversary

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Each June 25 (in the calendar of the heretics July 8), the people of Pavlov celebrate the main holiday of the nation — the Independence Day). Eight years ago, on July 8 2012 two students from Amsterdam founded Pavlov as an experiment with Absolutism, and how it would function in the 21th century. After both good and bad times, the Empire is now one of the more respected micronations and has a very distinct Ukraino-Roman culture. It has over 250 Subjects (members) from all over the world, and a functioning Government.

Traditionally, Independence day is the most loved Pavlovian holiday; standing above religious differences, it is equally respected by Pavlovians of all the spectrum, from the “old guard” to newcomers. The video address of the HIM Emperor Alexander IV on the occasion of the Anniversary will be released in the coming days; meanwhile, we publish the text congratulations messages. Citizens of Pavlov or representatives of foreign countries who wish to deliver their message and have it published on this page may email the text of the message to