Welcome on the official website of the Grand Duchy of Flandrensis

“The only country in the world that doesn’t want its land inhabited by people”




Today we welcomed our 500th citizen! Almost 10 years ago we started with a small group, today Flandrensis is a worldwide community with 55 nationalities and 0 inhabitants! To all Flandrensians: thank you for your ongoing support in our fight against climate change! #Flandrensis

Our 10 Year anniversary is fast approaching! We’d love to get a collage going of more pics like this with our flag, painted face or just be creative, … please send in your pics because we’d LOVE to see them! Please use this hashtag: #WeAreFlandrensian

Interview du Grand-Duc de Flandrensis - 2e Sommet des micronations francophones, Vincennes 2018 https://t.co/4ZSoebQctI #flandrensis #micronation #SOMF2018

Thank you @OMF_officiel ! #Flandrensis #Micronation #micronationalism #SOMF2018

Summit of @OMF_officiel was a great success! #Flandrensis #Micronation #micronationalism #SOMF2018

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The Grand Duchy of Flandrensis is a micronation that consists of five small islands in West-Antarctica. This first sentence alone already surprises a lot of people and the claims look ridiculous for the majority, but is it?
We are not a real country, nor is it our intention to be recognized as a sovereign nation. Started in 2008, we are a small ecologic project to raise on a creative manner awareness for climate change. With the claim to be “The only country in the world that doesn’t want its land inhabited by people”, Flandrensis wants to make a statement to the international community. Representing citizens in 54 countries worldwide who are concerned about the current situation in Antarctica, we see it as our responsibility to protest against organizations or countries who harm the Antarctic environment and to support the ones who want to transform Antarctica into one protected maritime area.