THE KINGDOM OF SARDINIAGiulio I: 1810-1844, l. 1763-1844, Marshal of the French Empire
Rennu de Sardigna
The capital of Sardinia is Cagliari which is also its largest city.
The official languages are French, Sardinian, Italian, and Latin.
The Kingdom has a population of around 1.6 million, mainly Sardinians but it has a significant Italian minority. The majority of the nation is Roman Catholic.
Sardinia is an semi-autonomous constitutional monarchy within United Europa. This means that it has its own parliament, its own currency, and a Premier. Unfortunately, for Sardinians but not for the House of Bernadotte, the Kingdom is a semi-absolute monarchy. The monarch has near unilateral powers over law, justice, and anything in between.
The Kingdom also has a space force.
List of Monarchs of Sardinia
Oscar: 1844-1859, l. 1799-1859, son of Giulio I
Leonidas I: 1859-1872, l. 1821-1872, son of Oscar
Leonidas II: 1872-1935, l. 1852-1935, son of Leonidas I
Giulio II: 1935-1942, l. 1871-1942, son of Leonidas II
Giulio III: 1942-1991, l. 1901-1991, son of Giulio II
Giulio IV: 1991-1997, l. 1932-1997, son of Giulio III
Leonidas III: 1997-, l. 1972-, son of Giulio IV
Leonidas III (Leonidas Giulio Oscar Augusto; born 19 December 1972) is the Prince of the Kingdom of Sardinia, assuming the throne as the eighth monarch since Giulio I on 6 October 1997 due to the death of his father, Giulio IV, of gout and worms. Leonidas is perhaps the least interesting of the monarchs we've encountered so far. He married an Austrian heiress and had a son eighteen months later. He bought a mega yacht and sails around the Mediterranean annoying his cousins. Anyway, Leonidas III is a billionaire monarch who has near absolute powers over the island of Sardinia. One slightly more interesting thing about Leonidas III is that he is, as of November 2022, the only head of state in the world to have been on the Moon. Yes, Leonidas checked that off back in 2018 when he visited Nova Roma Base in Copernicus Crater.