|Protectorate of Tiana|
|Motto: Jure et Gladio|
|Location of Tiana|
|Largest city||Vancona, Surwich|
|Official language(s)||Tianan, Senyan, Istvanistani|
|Official religion(s)||Officially secular|
|- Governor||Valentina Pivirotto|
Re-establishment as a protectorate
The displaced Tianan people emigrated northwards to an island just off the coast of mainland Apollonia and began to re-establish their state. However, with funding required to fully establish their society, the Tianan people turned to their old friends the Senyans to help ensure their security and statehood. Senya, along with the Kingdom of Coria, began to pour funding into Tiana to establish new state institutions on the island. In 1656 AN, Tiana was re-established as a protectorate of the two countries, with both Senya and Coria responsible for the security and assisting the political and legal structures of the state in Tiana.
However, with Senya being the closer state, and historical ties between the two countries, the Tianan people were uncomfortable with Coria's involvement, especially as they contributed much less to Tiana than the Senyans did. Upon the formation of Krasnocoria and increasing protests about Coria using Tiana for military purposes, Coria withdrew from the protectorate agreement in 1661 AN, leaving Senya as the sole protector of Tiana. Upon this, Senya designated Tiana as an autonomous territory of equal stature to that of Lamantia.
Tiana currently retains its own parliament, though does appoint legislators to the central Senyan government. The Tianan parliament can legislate on any matter except those of defence, foreign relations and environmental/social protections. The Tianan government is comprised of 36 legislators, four from each municipality, and is based in Vancona.
Tiana is subdivided into nine municipalities. Each municipality is run by an elected mayor and is responsible for local services such as bin collection, planning permission and other such local issues. Each municipality is named after the largest settlement in the municipality, though some smaller villages also exist within these municipalities with their own unique identities.