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Lonely Planet, 2006 - Travel - 156 pages
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Bored of visiting the same UN-recognized countries? Ready to explore somewhere unique and perhaps a little wacky? Want to add some really rare stamps to your passport? Then let Lonely Planet's guide to home made nations take you to a bunch of places you've never heard of. Here are countries where the national anthem is the sound of a rock being dropped into water, where the currency is pegged to the value of Pillsbury's cookie dough; where the citizens vote in a poodle as president and where if you're lucky, the king will put on a pot of tea when you stop by.

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User Review  - Claire - Goodreads

First half was way more interesting than second half. Cool history vs stunts. Could see a tv series based on some if these places. Read full review

Review: Micronations

User Review  - Erok - Goodreads

A fun read on an interesting topic. although it's a cute and humorous way to present the information, i kept wishing that the book wasn't set up like a travel guide. really, most of these places none ... Read full review


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