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Flag of Aqabah
Coat of Arms of Aqabah
Coat of Arms
Anthem: Imperial Majesty
File:Constancia anthem.ogg
Location of Aqabah
Map versions 16.3.0 - Present
Capital Aqaba
Largest city Aqaba
Official language(s) Constancian
Official religion(s)
Demonym Aqabahn
 - Adjective Aqabahn
Government Constitutional Monarchy
 - Basileus Petros III
 - The Minister for Aqabah Annalisa Trevino
 - Legislature none
Establishment 6.III.1656
Area km2
Population 1
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Active population Coming soon
Currency Imperial Stater
Time zone(s)
Mains electricity
Driving side
Track gauge
National website [1]
National forum Forum
National animal Falco pelegrinoides
National food Constancian salad
National drink Sand coffee
National tree Moria
Abbreviation CON

Aqabah is a subdivision of the Imperial State of Constancia, claiming land on the continent of Eura, on Micras. The project started on 6.III.1656. It should not be confused with the Aqaba metropolis, its largest city.


The settlement of Aqaba was pacified by Royal Constancian Armed Forces elements under Operation Debellatio, and Antistrategos (Lieutenant General) Demetrios Thesalonikis was immediately appointed Military Governor, with full plenipotentiary powers.

His son, Stefanos Themistoklis was appointed Minister for Aqabah on 13.X.1667, and held this position until his replacement by Annalisa Trevino on 13.I.1686.



Plenipotentiary authority is vested in the Minister for Aqabah, a national official appointed by the Basileus and with voice and seat, but not vote, in the Imperial Synkletos, who possesses day-to-day executive authority, with significant staff support paid for by the Imperial Government.

Representation from Aqabah to the Synkletos began with the Tenth Synkletos, convened on 22.VI.?.

Armed Forces


Aqabah remains the economic powerhouse of the Imperial State, thanks to its location in relation to the Gulf of Aqaba, as well as the location of its primary city, Aqaba, which remains the primary seaport and political, commercial, cultural, and economic hub of the Imperial State. It produces approximately one-third of national GDP.