Siawnsri Islands Protectorate
The Siawnsri Islands Protectorate, often called simply the Siawnsri Islands, is a Faelish overseas protectorate located in the north Atlantic to the southeast of Iceland. The protectorate is contiguous with the Siawnsri Islands archipelago, whence it gets its name.
The official name of the territory is simply the "Protectorate of Siawnsri Islands". Siawnsri Islands' government publications had traditionally continued to commence with "The Territory of the Siawnsri Islands", and passports simply refer to the "Siawnsri Islands", and all laws begin with the words "Siawnsri Islands". Moreover, the territory's Constitutional Commission has expressed the view that "every effort should be made", to encourage the use of the name "Siawnsri Islands".
The Siawnsri Islands consist of the main islands of Pilgrim, Campbell, Karabekian, Hoenekker, and Swain, along with several smaller islands and cays. About 8 of the islands are inhabited. The capital, Midland City, is situated on Pilgrim, the largest island, which is approximately 20 km (12 mi) long and 5 km (3 mi) wide. The islands have a population of about 27,800, of whom approximately 23,000 live in Midland City.