This is pretty funny
The 'land'It's not every day you see a real estate listing advertising "the possibility to have your own country. … something exclusive to a very few lucky people."
The "country" in question, Sealand, is said to come with its own citizens, government, money, stamps, flag, national anthem, and other trappings of nationhood—all for about a billion U.S. dollars.
And you get to be royalty.
It may sound like a bargain, but it doesn't necessarily look like one.
The "Principality of Sealand" is a rusting 5,920-square-foot (500-square-meter) platform perched on two concrete pillars in the North Sea off eastern England. It's one of many so-called micro-nations—curious places where, if they actually exist, the chief export seems to be hyperbole.
Nonwithstanding that they have no claim to statehood "whatsoever"Sealand's Web site states: "The official language of Sealand is English and the Sealand Dollar has a fixed exchange rate of one U.S. dollar. Passports and stamps have been in circulation since 1969 and the latter decade of the 20th century saw an impressive expansion in its activity both socially and industrially as it began to develop a growing economic base which underscored its long-standing membership of the international community of States." http://www.sealandgov.org/
Does anyone here beleive in micro-naton's? i cant say that i do. Seems rather silly, to me.