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    Queen Nova Maxima Korvini
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    Keyla Rossi

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  1. I don't mind in being replaced as the main Italian country, but I use much of the real wurld Italian culture, companies and industrial products in Cristina and Mantella's lores and I would like to keep them. I am also open to be relocated to another spot in the Europan Continent, since @Magnaeus is inactive and Fleur de Lys is no more. Sorry if I am being late to answer you guys, I am participating in a task force against Covid in my city and the battle is being very hard.
  2. 🎉 A very happy birthday to you Cristina. 🥂

  3. LGBT pride parade to be held in Cristinese February 06; Pride Weekend February 01-06 By Diana Goggina City of Cristina - A LGBT Pride Parade, organized by the Cristinese LGBT organization LUV, will take place on Saturday, February 06, in Cristina. The parade will begin at 11:00 (local time) in Mariners Park, Saint Christ, and will proceed toward Kingdom Square, in the Central Ward. The February 06 parade is separate from the regular pride parade, which is scheduled to be held in September. This parade is set to be minor compared to the larger event in September and is part of the Pride Week. However, transportation disruptions could occur in the vicinity of events and clashes with violetist gay rights opponents are possible. Singer Samy Farfalla, president of the LGBT organization LUV. Organizers of the February parade have criticized the organizers of the September parade for what they claim is a lack of inclusivity. They are demanding that transgender rights to be being able to change their identity documents, and that authorities take more serious action to prosecute hate crimes against LGBT individuals. This parade will take place as Gianna Zanetti has just been appointed as the first openly gay Minister of Social Affairs in Cristina. However, despite this development, the LGBT community remains somewhat marginalized within Cristinese society. LGBT pride parades have been the target of anti-gay rioters in the past, despite efforts by the queen to protect the parades. In 2016, 10 people were injured due to anti-gay rioters, which led to the cancellation of the parades of 2017. However, security was significantly reinforced in 2018, including a heavy police presence with armored cars, and no major incident has been reported in the last three years. The recently appointed Minister of State Keyla Rossi is expected to attend the pride parade. In September 2018, Rossi took part in the 20th LGBT Pride Parade in Cristina and became the first Cristinese prime minister to attend a pride parade. The Minister of State is also the president of the Royal Council for National Minorities (CRMN) since 2018 and appointed her old-time ally Zanetti to the office of Minister of Social Affairs and Health on 30 January.
  4. Cristina strikes Mantellan army bases after bombs found in Bianca Plains Cristinese aircraft struck Mantellan military targets this Friday, the Mantellan government confirmed the attack in a rare statement. City of Siena - Cristina's military says it launched air strikes against Mantellan military targets in Triangolo Bianco region, north of the city of Siena overnight, after explosive devices were found in the Cristinese-occupied Bianca Plains. The Mantellan state news agency said the country's air defences had "confronted a Cristinese aerial aggression" and downed a number of missiles. It reported that three Mantellan soldiers were killed and another was injured. But a monitoring group reported that seven people died, including two foreigners. Mantella has repeatedly struck Cristinese targets in the region and those of allied militia groups in recent years, but it rarely publicly claims responsibility. It has said it will not tolerate Cristinese "entrenchment" in Mantella. On WednesdaThursday, five M-18 anti-personnel charges were found near a Cristinese military position in the Bianca Plains, Cristinese military spokesman Lt Col Fabio Sperino told RCN reporters. The devices were planted by a Mantellan squad on the orders of Mantellan's Avanti Force, the main overseas operations arm of the Mantellan National Armed Forces, he added. "That is why we decided to retaliate against them in Bianca." Cristinese SAF-13 fighter jets hit targets belonging to the Avanti Force and the Mantellan army, including "storage facilities, headquarters and military compounds", as well as Mantellan surface-to-air missile batteries, according to the Cristinese military. Photo: A Cristinese Royal Air Force's SAF-13 aircraft used to strike against Mantellan military targets. LtCol Sperino said three Mantellan command centres were hit - a headquarters at Lucca international airport, east of Siena, a Avanti Force base inside the headquarters of Mantellan Army's 5th Division, and a "secret military site which served as a hosting facility for senior Mantellan delegations". "We hope now that the message is clear - that it is unacceptable that the Tito's New Order regime allows and tolerates and facilitates the use by Mantellan forces of the region as a launchpad for attacks against Cristina," he added. Mantellan state television showed blasts in the sky above Lucca before dawn. "The Cristinese also launched an aerial aggression from the direction of the occupied Bianca Region that targeted the Lucca region as the Mantellan air defences confronted it and downed a number of rockets," a military source later told the official news agency. The source added: "Three soldiers were martyred in the aggression, and a soldier was injured, in addition to causing material damage." The Royal Observatory for Human Rights, a Cristina-based monitoring group, reported that the strikes targeted air defence positions near Lucca airport and south-east of the city, as well as positions and ammunition depots used by pro-New Order fighters near Siena. Two foreigners were killed in addition to the three Mantellan soldiers, it said. They comprised one fighter who was "likely Emakeran and belonging to the Avanti Force", and one other who may has been a mercenary fighter from @Novanya or @Miiros, it added. Europan intelligence sources suggest Cristina has stepped up strikes on Mantella this year with Lysian approval, in an effort to check Mantella's military reach. Photo: The Cristinese Royal Army on patrol in the Bianca region. The latest strikes took place one week after Queen Nova Korvini expressed her wish to downsize the Cristinese military presence in the 'Cristinese Corridor' and one day before Cristinese Minister of State Adriana Monadic was due to arrive in Siena for a two-day visit. Cristinese government reports that Mrs Monadic is expected to become the first Cristinese Minister of State to visit the region. The state department has not yet confirmed her itinerary. Cristinese seized the Triangolo Bianco zone from Mantellan in 1999, during the Cristinese War of Independence. In 2019, the Lysian Republic was the first country to recognise Cristinese temporary right over the area since Cristinese effectively occupied it in 2001 as part of the buffer region known as the Special Administrative Zone (SAZ) or 'Cristinese Corridor' that comprises Mantellan provinces that oppose the current Mantellan regime.
  5. "In general, the Cristinese favors free markets and limited governments, and still care about the kind of things people on the left refer to as “social justice” – relieving poverty, racial and sexual equality, immigrant rights, LBGTQ rights, and so on. Hence, the common slogan, “free markets and social justice.” In Cristina, most people seek to maximize political freedom and autonomy, emphasizing individualism, freedom of choice and voluntary association. Those share a skepticism of authority and state power, but they diverge on the scope of their opposition to existing economic and political systems. For a typical Cristinese, ideas don’t exist in a vacuum, and, since politics is ultimately a vision of the world, the viewpoints a person espouses say a lot about his or her character". - Chiara Lambertini, Sociologist
  6. From: Adriana Monadic, Minister of State of the Kingdom of Cristina To: Dr. Tim Murithi, Secretary of State of Democratic Republic of @Afropa Salutations, Signore Secretary. May peace be upon you and your nation. Trade can and should always be a win-win process and what the Cristinese envisions shows just that. The Democratic Republic of Afropa and the Kingdom of Cristina working together and reaching a mutually beneficial outcome. We can do it as partners who are willing to discuss, to defend their interests while at the same time being willing to compromise to meet each other's expectations. With this in mind, Cristina invites Afropa to join the growing list of partners willing to work with the Free Port of Cristina in defending open, fair and rules-based trade. In less than fifteen years the Kingdom of Cristina has delivered a deal fit for the economic and political challenges of the 21st century. We now open a new chapter in our long and fruitful economic policies, boosting trade and creating jobs. An agreement between noir two nations also sends a strong message to other partners that it is possible to modernise existing trade relations when both partners share a clear belief in the merits of openness, and of free and fair trade. Our commitment is to deliver benefits for our citizens at home through closer cooperation with our partners abroad. We are sure that a Cristina-Afropa deal will be very positive for our agri-food sector, creating new export opportunities for our high-quality food and drink products, which in turn will create support more jobs and growth, particularly in rural areas of Afropa. Once finalised and approved – it would benefit both companies and consumers across Europa and advance a mutually beneficial values-based trade policy agenda. The agreement in principle may bring the Cristina's trade relationship with Azanian countries into the modern era, tearing down most of the remaining barriers to trade. There is still a wide margin for improving the trade relationship that a new agreement may address, by making virtually all trade in goods duty-free. In principle, our proposal includes the most important elements of possible future agreement. In some chapters, technical details still need to be tied up. Based on its principle, negotiators from both sides will continue their work to resolve the remaining technical issues and finalise the full legal text for the next months. Then, a Commission can proceed with the legal verification and translation of the agreement into all official languages, and subsequently submit it for approval by the partners' legislative bodies. The main elements of the agreement as we envision it are: 1) Agricultural exports from Afropa are set to benefit the most. The agreement will, in particular provide preferential access for many Afropan commodities, which currently are gaining significant new access within annual quotas; secure a considerable volume for the exports in one of the largest Europan markets, allowing Afropa to substantially increase its commodities exports to Cristina, with duty-free trade for virtually all products; eliminate tariffs for products like chocolate (currently up to 20%) and pasta (currently up to 10%); ensure the protection from imitation for 340 distinctive Europan foods and drink products in Afropa, so-called geographical indications. This means that Cristinese and other Europan producers of traditional delicacies are not struggling against copies, and when consumers buy these products they can do so knowing they are buying the real thing. When it comes to customs procedures, the new agreement will bring in new rules to simplify and speed up paperwork and physical checks at Afropan customs. 2) The agreement will include a comprehensive trade and sustainable development chapter, which sets the highest standards of labour, safety, environmental and consumer protection; introduces a new dialogue with civil society in all areas of the agreement, strengthens the Cristina and Afropa's actions on sustainable development and climate change, notably the obligations both sides undertook under international agreements on climate change; and maintains and fully safeguards both nation's right to organise public services the way they choose. The agreement may also include an explicit reference to the precautionary principle that, already enshrined in Cristinese treaties, allows the Kingdom of Cristina to keep products out of its market as long as there is no scientific certainty that they are safe. If in place it will also be the very first Cristinese trade agreement to include provisions to fight corruption, with measures to act against bribery and money laundering. The agreement may also cover the protection of human rights, as well as chapters on political and development cooperation. 3) The agreement may be a big step forward in giving companies mutual access to government contracts in both the Cristina and Afropa public procurement markets. Afropan and Cristinese companies will be placed on an equal footing, irrespective of whether they present a bid in Cristina or in Afropa. Cristina has also committed itself to enter into negotiations with Afropa to allow Afropan firms to tender for contracts at State level by the time the agreement is signed. 4) This opening goes hand in hand with setting a level playing-field: we propose a high level of protection of intellectual property rights. This is to protect Cristinese research and development and guarantees fair pay for Cristinese and Afropan artists, as well as the 340 traditional Cristinese delicacies mentioned above. 5) The new agreement may open up trade in services, such as financial services, transport, e-commerce, and telecommunications. The agreement will also help develop an favourable environment for a knowledge-based economy, with a new chapter on digital trade. This will remove unnecessary barriers to online trade, like charging customs duties when downloading an app, and will put in place clear rules to protect consumers online. 6) On investment protection, the agreement improves investment conditions and includes the Cristina's new Cristinese Trade and Investment Promotion Institute - IPCI, ensuring transparency and the right of governments to regulate in the public interest, and will also ensure that Afropa and the Cristina work towards the setting up of a Multilateral Investment Court. We expect that negotiations for a new agreement with Afropa starts soon, based on negotiating directives conducted according to the high transparency standards. In addition to close scrutiny from International Councils and Trade Organisations, we expect that Afropa and Cristina ensure access to information about the progress in the negotiations by publishing regular reports from the negotiating rounds, as well as negotiating proposals. Overall, an agreement will strengthen Europa's role in shaping globalisation by putting in place trade rules that are in line with the Europa''s core values and safeguard our nation's interests and sensitivities. In doing so, it will contribute to addressing challenges identified in both Afropan and Cristinese recent history. May the trade pillar set the framework for Cristina's relationship with Afropa and covers issues of broader shared interest that go beyond trade, including political issues, climate change and human rights. Regards, Adriana Galini Monadic Minister of State _____________________________________ Ooc: I know Afropa has been inactive here, but this trade proposal is something I was planning to play with him sometime ago. I hope he come back someday soon.
  7. From: Nova Maxima Korvini To: Holy Emperor Kommodos III Sir My Brother, the Grace of God on you. On the behalf of the daughters and sons of the free city of Cristina, I who humbly serve them, wish to extend my thanks to your willingness to accept our nation as a friend. Committed I am to the establishment of the peace treaty with the Greater Holy Empire of Tagmatium, I took the liberty to write myself so important words. Like Your Majesty, we believe that all of us will, for the sake of our young generation, keep the peace, the respect and the sincere friendship. The peace saves the lives of tens of thousands of young people. I know it’s not simple, I know there are people who try to frustrate peace. I really believe that both our governments will do whatever they can to keep it deep, sincere, strong and serious for the sake of your people, for the sake of our people. Being desirous of strengthening the cordial relations which so happily begin between our two countries, I have personally selected Mrs Luana Lopeli to be our ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary. Despite her youth, Mrs Lopeli is a highly qualified loyal officer who is well versed in world affairs. I have long relied on her. The Ministrer of Foreign and Internal Trade and Telecommunications of the Kingdom of Cristina, Mr Nico Salano presents its compliments to the Agios Basilikon Kounsistorion of the Megas Agios Basileia ton Arhomnion and has the honor to invite their attention to the above matter. The credentials of Mr. Nikoteles were properly evaluated by the loyal Minister Nico Salano and fully approved. By his arrival in Cristina, Mr Nikoteles will be received by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Aline, principessa reale Carolina Korvini, following the old traditions of my House, and took to the recently restored mediaeval complex of the Church of Sant'Andrea where is being installed your nation's chancery. I am sure that he will find so many friends here. Finally, I express my highest esteem and consideration toward your Majesty. May the troubles be less and the blessings be more, and nothing but happiness come through your great nation.
  8. Cristina is officially presented to the candidates for 2021 election to Minister of State By Diana Goggina Thursday 4 June 2020 City of Cristina - The National Council appointed this Thursday morning the three partisan candidates that will run for Minister of State in the General Elections to be held on January 10, 2021. There were no surprises in the nominations, and the nominees were those who have the greatest support in the Council, among their own parties and the public opinion. The highly popular Keyla Rossi is the candidate for Union for Cristina (UPC) and will have the formal support of the Libertarian Viewpoint (VL) party. The Afropan-Cristinese currently exercises her third term as a member of the National Council. She proposes a classic liberal economic agenda and a more liberal position from the government on social issues such as abortion, marijuana legalization and same-sex marriage, as opposed to the dominant social conservative stances established by the governments of the Rally for Cristina (RPC). Gianluca Di'Copolla, candidate for the RPC was Minister for Social Affairs from 2013 to 2016. Known for his speeches in favor of increasing the budget for the defense forces and for public security, Di'Copolla defends a tougher confrontation in relation to Mantellan policies towards Cristina and a greater participation of the Orthodox Church in the affairs of the state. Di'Copolla is a close friend of current Minister of State Adriana Monadic, who calls him "professor". The third candidate is Mario Letti from the New People's Party (NPP). Letti was the party leader from 2015 to 2017, after the death of its founder Leonel Brizzo. The candidate, who will have the formal support of the Socialism and Liberty (SEL) party and the nominal support of the Republican party, defends greater regulation of the internet and of the national industry, especially in the arms and in the health sectors. Letti proposes greater state intervention in labor relations and in the economy "with the aim of protecting the interests of the working class". The NPP also proposes the formation of a committee to organize a referendum on the end of the Monarchy and the establishment of a modern Cristinese Republic. Rossi, Di'Copolla, Letti and Datena: who is going to be the people's favorite? The three candidates will compete with the candidate officially nominated yesterday by the Queen Nova Maxima Korvini, the Marquis Valdo Datena, as mandated by the Constitution. Datena is a very well known lawyer and political scientist and is the father of the former Speaker of the National Council and current Cristinese Delegate for ATARA, Francesco Datena. He advocates a more active international policy and the advancement of the talks and peace agreements with Mantella. All candidates and their initial platforms have been approved by the Tribunale Elettorale Nazionale (TEN) and from now on they will have six months to officially present their proposals to society. This will be made through the use of radio and TV networks, newspapers and the various online platforms. In-person and virtual interviews in the media vehicles and debates between candidates are expected by the Cristinese electorate in the coming months. After being elected the winner will be subject to the Queen's appointment to the office.
  9. Cristinese Innovative Solutions unveils lighter, faster, stronger second generation exoskeleton robotic suit prototype By Diego Rodinno, RCN Monday 25 May 2020 CITTÀ DI LOMONE, Limonaia - Cristinese Innovative Solutions (CEX: CIS) unveiled its second generation Exoskeleton (EXS-II) prototype at its research facility in Città di Limone, Limonaia, during a demonstration with Agenzia Giornalistica Limonaia (AGL). The new robotic suit is lighter, faster and stronger than its predecessor, yet it uses 50 percent less power. Its enhanced design also means that it is more resistant to the environment. “EXS-II was essentially a proof of concept,” said Dr. Horatio Vanic, vice president of operations for CIS. “With EXS-II, we targeted power consumption and looked for ways to use the hydraulic energy more efficiently. That’s resulted in us being able to add capabilities while significantly reducing power consumption.” CIS is developing the robotic suit to help with the many logistics challenges faced by the military both in and out of theater. Repetitive heavy lifting can lead to injuries, orthopedic injuries in particular. The EXS-II does the lifting for its operator, reducing both strain and exertion. It also does the work faster. One operator in an exoskeleton suit can do the work of two to three soldiers. Deploying exoskeletons would allow military personnel to be reassigned to more strategic tasks. Photo: EXS-II: Lighter, faster and stronger than its predecessor. The prototype suit is built from a combination of structures, sensors, actuators and controllers, and it is powered by high pressure hydraulics. It enables its wearer to easily lift 200 pounds several hundred times without tiring and repeatedly punch through three inches of wood. Yet, the suit, which was developed for the Royal Army, is also agile and graceful enough to let its wearer kick a soccer ball, punch a speed bag or climb stairs and ramps with ease. “Getting exoskeletons deployed is inevitable in my view,” said Vanic. “They are desperately needed, and I believe the military looks at them as viable solutions to a number of current issues they are trying to address. With a sustained commitment, they could be in place within five years.” CIS' Exoskeleton has the ability to enhance the wearer’s strength and endurance in a way that is reminiscent of high-tech suits in the films. CIS Company, with 2009 sales of $25 billion, is a technology and innovation leader specialising in defense, homeland security and other government markets throughout the world. With a history of innovation spanning 70 years, CIS provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration and other capabilities in the areas of sensing; effects; and command, control, communications and intelligence systems, as well as a broad range of mission support services. With headquarters in Cristina, @Limonaia and @Fleur de Lys, CIS employs 85,000 people worldwide.
  10. To: the Agios Basilikon Kounsistorion of the Megas Agios Basileia ton Arhomnion From: Office of the Ministry of Foreign and Internal Trade and Telecommunications of the Kingdom of Cristina Your Majesty, The good people of the Kingdom of Cristina, loyal subjects of Her Majesty the Queen, are greatly honoured by the perspective of building a friendship with the Greater Holy Empire of Arome. We apologise profusely about the delay of our response, since your words were carefully considered by Her Majesty Queen Nova Maxima Korvini, her Crown Council and the national parliament alike. Know that we are humbled by the desire of your Majesty, Kommodos III, to build relations with our beloved nation and that we are also looking forward to establishing an embassy on your soil in order to maintain peaceful relations. Ever since our bloody Independence from a foreigner oppressive regime in the recent past, we are strong supporters of liberty, property and peace and have been looking to make steps toward friendly approaches with the free nations of the world. Today, the Kingdom of Cristina makes one more step forward on this way to the future by accepting your hand in friendship. The Cristinese see many benefits to be had through forming diplomatic bonds between our two countries, such as the rapprochement of our cultures and traditions, proud descendants from an ancestral common origin. As the long and glorious Cristinese history can tell, we will try our very best to help those in need and secure our region of Europa to ensure sustainability, stability and peace. The good people of Cristina pray for the intercession of Agios Alexandros o Diakonos along the good God to advance this sincere relation between our nations to a greater future of economic and diplomatic benefits. May Christ see that our nations coexist in peace. Yours sincerely, Franco Bilaro Minister of Foreign and Internal Trade and Telecommunications
  11. Anti-corruption body says accused stole more than DL$100,5 million By Samantha Fanni, RCN Saturday 16 May 2020 CITY OF CRISTINA - Royal Anti-corruption Commission said on friday that an investigation into those accused of corruption seized more than DL$100,5 million, according to a statement released. The anti-corruption commission, formally known as the Anti-Corruption Authority, said they heard statements from 333 people, out of whom 154 were charged and arrested. According to the commission’s the accused were charged for “various financial and administrative corruption crimes represented in bribery, embezzlement, waste of public money, exploitation of position, and public office administrative misuse.” The investigation found that 8 persons, including four military officers – one of whom is the Major General Antoni Faccio and others who are retired military officers – were charged for misusing government contracts at the Kingdom’s Defense Ministry and their involvement in bribery and money laundering crimes between 2013 and 2017. Eleven people were also found to have committed financial and administrative corruption crimes represented in the exploitation of contracts at the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health in the private Rete Salute Hospital in the ward of Feliccia, including chief pharmacist Dr. Gina Vanilli and three residents. Four officials between Santa Rita Private University in the ward of Bizantina, one working in the Public Secretary of the Communal Council, and Sandra Danetti, a former employee at the Ministry of Public Administration, were also found to have been involved in financial and administrative corruption cases. An investigation centered around the violations of regulations and instructions which resulted in a severe damage to one of the university’s buildings which resulted in injuries and deaths. The commission also said that seven persons – including Royal Army Colonel Thor Torino and two other employees from the sectors of the Ministry of Defense – were charged for abuse of power and bribery. The commission’s investigation also led to the arrest of judge Paola Salezzi who received a bribe, and Judge Melissa Totti who misused her position and influence.
  12. Obrigado, my tagmatine friend!!!
  13. The House of Korvini The House of Korvini is associated with the history of the Republic of Mantella and the Kingdom of Cristina. The Korvinis descend from Korvino Valdo, a Mantellan statesman that became Vicar of Modena at the age of 30. His numerous descendants led maritime expeditions throughout all Europan seas. They quickly became one of the most powerful families of Mantella. Korvino Valdo (circa 1030). The Korvini feared that the head of the rival family, the House of Pomarola, could break the fragile balance of power in a political coup and become lords of most Mantellan cities. They entered into an alliance with the Valentini family and defended their interests with the sword. But the Valentinis were banned from the Kingdom, and the Korvinis took refuge in their castles in Skrovja. They signed a treaty with King Drogan II of Skrovja to take control of the Mantellan port city of Saint Christ, and generally to provide mutual assistance. Not all the Korvinis chose to return to Mantella, as they preferred to settle in their fiefdoms, where they could raise armies. Count Andreas Korvini the "Silver Crow" (1665). Decades later, the Korvinis and their allies launched a few galleys to attack the port of Saint Christ before taking refuge on the Bay of Mandi in Western Mantella. During the following years, the Korvinis entered into different alliances that would allow them to return to power in Saint Christ. This time, it was the turn of their rivals, the Pomarola family, to be exiled from Mantella. During this period, both the Valentini and the Korvini took and abandoned the castle of Monardi, which was ideally located to launch political and military operations against Saint Christ. Queen Maxima Valentini Korvini (1716). In the early 17th, the Skrovjans raided the shores of Mantella, challenging King Esteban I of Mantella and Lord Horacio Korvini of Saint Christ. In 1663, a combined fleet of eighty Mantellan galleys gathered to meet the fleet of sixty galleys under the command of Horacio's son, Lord Andreas Korvini, to fight the Skrovjans. Only nine of the assembled vessels survived the fierce battle. Fearing an invasion, the Korvini rushed to request the protection of the Emakera. Queen Cristina Maxima Korvini the Unbeaten (1780). Several of the oldest feudal branches of the House of Korvini appeared during these conflicts, such as the branches of Tatiani and Cecilia. In 1714, Andreas' son, Teodoro Korvini, took advantage of the death of the Skrovjan King Goran in the aftermath of the bloody Skrovjan Revolution as well as of family feuds in Mantella. to consolidate Korvini's possession of Saint Christ, declaring it a independent city-state with the support of the Orthodox Church. This the origin of the today’s kingdom (1714). Teodoro was crowned king of Saint Christ in the same year. Korvini flag until 1714. In the following decades, when Mantella became a part of Emakera, the region came under Skrovjan influence again but Skrovjan king Petrus Mandic allowed the Kingdom of Saint Christ to remain independent in a truce with Queen Cristina Maxima Korvini after the Battle of Sabatini (1780). In 1847 the Korvini family and the National Council renamed the free city to City of Cristina and the kingdom to Kingdom of Cristina (Regno di Cristina), in Christ's honor and in reference to Queen Cristina, the greatest and most popular of the Korvini queens. In 1937, The Kingdom of Cristina was over-run by foreign powers during the War of Mantella and for a short time it was administered by Emakera and then Mantella, before finally self-declare it's independence in 2001 under the leadership of the then Prince Rober Mantegni Korvini and Princess Nova Korvini. Since then Cristina has been independent and has taken some steps towards integration with the rest of Europa. King Leandro Korvini (1850). As was customary in the old Kingdom of Mantella the Korvinis organised their family ties within a corporation called albergo. In the political reform led by King Danic II Iof Mantella, the Korvini became one of the 18 alberghi of the Kingdom of Mantella, which included the Valentini and Pomarola families, and to which other families were formally invited to join. The House of Korvini provided several doges, cardinals, cabinet ministers, and military officers of historical note. King Fernandi Korvini (1928). By convention, the Mantellan houses are reckoned in the male line. Therefore it has been determined genealogically that it was in fact the noble House of Giordi that ruled as Kings of Cristina until the conquest of the city in the Great War, circa 82 years ago. However, one of the terms of Fernando Valentini becoming Prince of Cristina jure uxoris was that he adopt the name and arms of Korvini so that the house would be preserved on the throne, and the right of succession was through his wife Diana Maxima Korvini, who abdicated in her husband's favour. Similarly, when princess Carla Louisagna was legitimised as queen and made successor to her mother Cristina Maxima Korvini, her husband, Count Pietri Giordi, adopted, as a condition of the marriage, the name and arms of Korvini. In this way the "Korvini" name and arms were continued. King Rober Mantegni II and Queen Nova Maxima of the House of Korvini (June 2000). Until Cristina Independence from eighteen years ago, a treaty between Cristina and Mantella stated that if the reigning King ever failed to leave dynastic offspring, then sovereignty over the Korvini realm would revert to Mantella. The 2010 Modena agreement modified this to expand the pool of potential heirs to dynastic collaterals of the reigning King (excluding adoptive heirs, hitherto allowed, e.g. Queen Nova Maxima and her descendants), guaranteeing Cristina's independence. Article I of Cristina's house law requires that the reigning King or Queen bear the surname of Korvini. Additionally the Queens of Cristina traditionally bear the title "Maxima" following their given names, after the Queen Maxima Korvini, the first Korvini queen. Queen Nova Maxima Korvini (2017). The current reigning monarch of Cristina is the Queen Nova Maxima Korvini who is the country's head of state after the death of her husband, King Rober II of Cristina, thirteen years ago. As a Princess, she led the country towards it’s independence war from the Mantella, in wich Cristina claimed victory after ten years of heavy armed conflict. Seventeen years ago she unilaterally proclaimed Kingdom of Cristina independent. The coat of arms of the House of Korvini is described simply as a black crowned crow with opened wings. Korvini Sigil List of Korvini Monarchs • 1714-1716: King Teodoro Korvini (Queen Maxima Korvini) • 1716-1721: Queen Maxima Korvini Union with House Valentini: • 1721-1743: King Fernando Valentini Korvini (Queen Diana Maxima Korvini) • 1743-1759: King Luigi Valentini Korvini (Queen Isabella Maxima Korvini) • 1759-1778: King Carlo Valentini Korvini (Queen Carolina Maxima Korvini) • 1778-1781: Queen Cristina Maxima Korvini Union with Mandic Dynasty of Skrovja: • 1781-1798: King Goran Mandic Korvini (Queen Cristina Maxima Korvini) • 1798: Queen Carla Maxima Korvini (a.k.a. Duchess Carla of Louisagna) Union with House Giordi: • 1798-1815: Petri Giordi Korvini (Queen Carla Maxima Korvini) • 1815-1848: King Francesco Giordi Korvini (Queen Carolina Maxima Korvini II) • 1848-1874: King Leandro Giordi Korvini (Queen Alessandra Maxima Korvini) • 1874-1928: King Petri Giordi Korvini II (Queen Francini Maxima Korvini) • 1928-1937: King Fernando Giordi Korvini (Queen Carolina Maxima Korvini III) • 1937: Princess Carina Korvini Union with House Mantegni In exile: • 1937-1962: King Tito Mantegni Korvini (Queen Carina Maxima Korvini) • 1962-2001: King Rober Mantegni Korvini I (Queen Catarina Maxima Korvini) Free Port of Cristina: • 2001-2005: King Rober Mantegni Korvini II (Queen Nova Maxima Korvini) • 2005-today: Queen Nova Maxima Korvini Select list of Non-monarch Korvinis: • Korvino Valdo (969-1038): Seafarer merchant, vicar of Modena, founder of this House. • Alberto Korvini (1028-1065): First to bear the Korvini patronymic name, seafarer. • Luigi Korvini (1042-1098) Troubadour and podestà of Modena and Corolla. • Rainaldi I (1117-1196): First lord of Saint Christ, admiral of Mantella. Rainaldi I (1147). • Rainaldi II (1138-1205): Lord of Saint Christ, Carini, and Matovia, seafarer. • Antonio Korvini (1170-1238): Lord of Saint Christ, admiral of Modena. • Lucas Korvini (1177-1250): Lord of Matovia, Corolla and Carini. • Marco Korvini (1179-1253): Lord of Matovia, Corolla and Carini. • Langberto Korvini (1181-1258): Seafarer merchant, admiral. • Claudia of Modena (1182-1260): Duchess of Modena. • Sabini (?-1267): Orthodox patriiarch. • Nicola I (1200-1267): Prince of Skrovja. • Nicola II (1200-1275): Lord of Saint Christ. • Giliard Korvini (died 1300). Created a Cardinal in 1257. He married Francesca Catinari of Modena and had five children. After her death he entered holy orders. He was a Senator of Modena. • Luca Korvini (1319-1375): Lord of Saint Christ, seafarer explorer. Luca Korvini (1357). • Luis de Modena (1354-1445): Lord of Saint Christ, doge of Modena. • Domician (1355-1447): Archbishop of Saint Christ and uncle of Carlo Korvini-Cavalleri. • Carlo Korvini-Cavalleri (1376–1463): Cardinal and Archbishop of Corolla. • Danele Korvini (1385-1460): Lord of Saint Christ, seafarer. • Eleuteri Korvini (1422-1504): Created a Cardinal in 1491. • Carlo I (1423-1494): Lord of Saint Christ. • Alexandre Korvini (1458-1516): doge of Modena. • Carlo II (1458-1510): Lord of Saint Christ. • Giovanni Battista Korvini (1490-1554): doge of Modena, seafarer merchant, admiral. • Petri Francis Korvini (1527-1588): Doge of Corolla. • Valerio the "Black" (1549-1588): Pirate. • Horacio Korvini (1597-1662): Lord of Saint Christ. • Andreas Korvini (1627-1689): Lord of Saint Christ, admiral of Mantella (from 1665 to 1667) and father of Teodoro Korvini, first Korvini King. • Cristiana Korvini (1692-1753) Princess of Saint Christ. Princess Adriana Korvini (1725). • Nicola Korvini (1692–1757): Created cardinal deacon in the consistory of May 17, 1723. • Adriana Korvini (1695-1754): Princess of Saint Christ. • Francis the "Sea Crow" (1695-1755): Pirate. • Altiva Korvini (1723-1795) Princess of Cristina, younger sister of King Luigi Valentini Korvini. • Carla Campesini (1730-1808): Niece of King Luigi Valentini Korvini, landowner in Corolla, founder of Compagnia Campesini Mineraria. • Eliani Korvini (1758-1819): Princess of Cristina, younger sister of King Carlo Korvini. • Heleno Korvini (1778-1841): Prince of Cristina, nephew of King Carlo Korvini. • Filipi I (1785-1856): Prince of Cristina, younger brother of Heleno Korvini. Prince Filipi I (1840). • Carlo III (1818-1889): Prince of Cristina. • Albertino I (1848-1922): Prince of Cristina. • Fernanda Korvini (1870-1949): Princess of Cristina, nurse. • Piero Korvini (1881-1964): Prince of Cristina. Count of Modena, Admiral of the Royal Cristina Navy from 1935 to 1937. • Rainieri Korvini (1923-2005): Count of Roca, actor. Younger brother of King Rober I. • Ricardo Mantegni Korvini (1957-2005): Prince of Cristina, actor. Younger son of King Rober I. • Roberto Alexandre Korvini p(born 1958): General of Royal Cristina Army, son of Ranieri Korvini. • Caroline Louise Korvini (born 1961): entrepreneur. Caroline Louise Korvini, President of the Korvini Corporation (2015). • Anna Maria Elisabeti Korvini (born 1965), physician. • Carolina Korvini, Princess of Cristina, Duchess of Aline, actress and singer (born 2002). Korvini Anthem Harmony of Forever All we see floats with the wind - All the miracles of the water Are the miracles never seen Somehow our lives now begin - This music that's been played through time Now starts to reach our feet Feels like the flood of our needs - From the harmony of forever Sound the melodies of the sea And you will know on the way - We're coming back to our enemies We're turning around We'll be just coming back to our last days We're coming back to the sea! - Giovanni Battista Korvini (1490-1554), doge of Modena
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