Federation of Egtavia
| Federation of Egtavia|
J'Espére, Je Rêve, Je Pense
I Hope, I Dream, I Think
Danse aves les Étoiles
Dance among the Stars
|Near Melbourne, Derbyshire |
|Capital city||Cité d'Égtavie|
|Official language(s)||English, French|
|- President||Pierre d'Égtavie|
|- Type||- Unicameral|
|Established||12 April 2012|
|Disestablished||20 January 2013|
|Area claimed||26 140m²|
The Federation of Egtavia (French: La Fédération d'Égtavie) was a Federation of St. Charlie located in the midlands of the British Isles, with outlying regions on an archipelago in the River Trent, and a small island off the coast of the Mull of Kintyre. It became a part of the Federal Republic of St.Charlie in April 2012.
The Federation's principal settlement was the town of Cité d'Égtavie, located in the Midlands region of the British Isles. It was the only settlement in St.Charlie that has a working cableway system; the Cité d'Egtavie Urban Tramway, and it was the home of the construction and launching facilities for the Aureus Project.
The other districts in the Federation were significantly less developed than Cité d'Égtavie, especially Glunimore province. Access to the Isles of Egyang was restricted, and although plans were made to connect Havre d'Égtavie to the river bank using a 'reaction ferry' - a tethered boat which uses the flow of the river itself to push the boat across to the island - it was deemed not possible, and getting to any of the islands, Île de Pierre in particular, was always hazardous. The islands were prone to inundation by the river during times of high flow, and were surrounded by thick, heavy mud and silt at times of low water, making access by boat difficult. None of the islands had any notable facilities, and there were no provisions for those who may get stranded on them if their boat drifted away or came untied, nor were there any safe landing areas on the islands. Both Île de Pierre and Havre d'Égtavie, during the Republic era, were visited by Egtavian Army officials and photographed in reasonable detail, but due to its increased distance, the Rushton archipelago was never visited, even though it was easily the largest island system and would have been easily reachable from the riverbank via a simple Log Bridge, or a rudimentary set of stepping stones.