List of micronations
The following is intended as a comprehensive list of micronations that are documented in both online and offline third-party sources as having some form of interaction with the real world, or which have had some manner of impact on real world events. These entities are generally not recognized as states by established sovereign states.
Official title Flag Founded Description
Aerican Empire 1987 Eccentric tongue-in-cheek micronation founded by Canadian Eric Lis as a child, and maintained for the several decades since. Makes humorous to claims various terrestrial and interplanetary territories.
Aeterna Lucina 1978 Australian micronation founded by a self-proclaimed baron. Claimed various properties owned by its founder in New South Wales as its territory. Several associated businessmen were charged in 1990 with land and visa fraud.
Akhzivland 1952 Micronation in Israel founded by a hippy and former sailor named Eli Avivi. It consists of a coastal enclave, formerly part of the Arab village of Akhzib, whose 10,000 residents were expelled during the 1948 war. Akhzivland is tolerated by Israeli authorities. 
Atlantis 1970s Project by US based libertarians to build independent ship Liberty and anchor her in the Caribbean Sea. The ship sank in a hurricane and the project ended.
Atlantium 1981 Global sovereignty group based in Sydney.
Aramoana 1980 Small New Zealand community declared itself independent to protest the building of an aluminium smelter on nearby land.
Avram 1980s Non-territorial micronation founded by an eccentric self-proclaimed "duke" who was later elected to the Tasmanian state parliament.
Bjorn Socialist Republic 2005 A self-proclaimed state of about six square metres located on a stone "that looks like a tractor" in Lake Immeln, Scania, Sweden. Web site: republic.thebjorn.com. Recognized by: Ladonia.
Bolsón 1910s A micronation in the valley of El Bolsón. The German-Chilean immigrant Otto Tip was the president.
British West Florida 2005 A micronation intending to revive the former British colony of the same name.
Conch Republic 1982 A group claiming tongue-in-cheek independence from the US in protest at a blockade established by the United States Border Patrol at the upper end of the Florida Keys. Has participated in similar subsequent protests, but mainly exists as a means of attracting tourists to the Keys.
Copeman Empire 2003 Run from a caravan park in Norfolk, England, by its founder Nick Copeman, who changed his name by deed poll to HM King Nicholas I.
Coral Sea Islands 2004 Established as a symbolic political protest by a group of gay rights activists based in southeast Queensland Australia.
Elleore 1944 Tongue-in-cheek micronation founded by a group of school teachers as a summer camp on the island of Elleore, Denmark.
EnenKio 1994 Claims Wake Atoll in the Marshall Islands, and has been deemed a scam for selling passports and diplomatic papers.
Frestonia 1977 Freston Road in West London staged a "secession" from the United Kingdom as Frestonia. Actor David Rappaport was the Foreign Minister.
Hay-on-Wye 1977 A town in Wales which was declared "independent" by bibliophile Richard Booth as a publicity stunt. Booth's success in promoting Hay as a "town of books" were recognised with the award of an MBE in the 2004 Queen's New Year Honours.
Humanity 1878 A former micronation, occupying the Spratly Islands, which merged into the Republic of Morac-Songhrati-Meads in September 1963.
Hutt River 1970 A large farm in Western Australia that unilaterally seceded from the Commonwealth and declared itself to be a sovereign nation. Known as Hutt River Province until 2007.
Indian Stream 1800s (early) A town on US/Canadian border whose status was unclear after Treaty of Paris and whose locals claimed independence. The claim was eventually resolved, and the town is now Pittsburg, New Hampshire.
Kalla Islands, Maakalla and Ulkokalla 1771 A set of islands near coast of Finland at Gulf of Bothnia between Finland and Sweden. Governed autonomously by fishermen since 1771 on basis of a statute granted by the then King of Sweden, Adolph Frederik. The statute officially grants the supreme jurisdiction on the islands to the Islet Council. The Kalla Islands haven't sought recognition as an independent state, however, and the autonomous area de facto follows the laws of Finland.
Kniphausen 1810 A barony within the Duchy of Oldenburg, now part of Germany, whose sovereignty was accidentally omitted from a treaty of 1810 that surrendered Oldenburg to France, enabling Kniphausen's ruler to sell navigation rights. Reabsorbed into the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg by 1855.
Kugelmugel 1984 A ball-shaped house built by artist Edwin Lipburger, currently located in the Vienna Prater.
Ladonia 1980 Micronation created by Swedish artist Lars Vilks as the home to sculptures created by him in the Kullaberg nature reserve in north-west Skåne.
Lovely 2004 Humorous internet-based micronation founded by Danny Wallace as part of the BBC TV series How to Start Your Own Country; jokingly claims the flat of its creator as sovereign territory.
Lundy 1925 An island off the west coast of England, which had historically (1100-1200s AD) had semi-independent status or claimed independence from England under various warlords. Between 1925 and 1931 its owner declared himself King and minted coins but did not declare formal independence. Was treated as outside English territory for customs purposes for some time.
Marlborough 1993 Short lived micronation in Australia. Property-owner declared his farm an independent country to try and avoid eviction after bankruptcy. Was evicted less than a week later by police, and later prosecuted. Has since abandoned any claim of independence.
Melchizdek 1986 The Dominion of Melchizedek (DoM) is a micronation known largely for facilitating large scale banking fraud in many parts of the world.
Minerva 1973 Attempt to build an artificial island and form new libertarian country. Created new land on Minerva Reef, south of Fiji, but the island was seized and annexed by Tonga shortly afterwards.
Molossia 1977 Micronation founded by Kevin Baugh, occupying his semi-rural residential acreage in Nevada. Run semi-humorously as a dictatorial banana-republic.
Morac-Songhrati-Meads 1959 A present day micronation, claimed to occupy the Spratly Islands. The territory is currently under de facto military control by China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan, and Vietnam, since the discovery of oil in 1968. These countries along with Brunei each have a territorial claim on the islands.
New Utopia 1990s A proposed micronation based on libertarian principles to be built on platforms in the Caribbean Sea. It was founded by American entrepreneur Lazarus Long. The project's current status is questionable.
Northern Forest Archipelago 1998 Environmentally-focused micronation located in the northeastern United States of America and consisting of multiple discontiguous privately-owned properties in the Northern Forest area of New York State.
Nova Roma 1998 An international organization of Roman revivalists who claim to be a modern Roman nation and have the administrative structure of the ancient Roman Republic. Nova Roma explicitly states that they aren't a micronation but a "civitas" or "res publica"; their organization, however, fits all the requirements for being classified as such.
Other World Kingdom 1996 An Absolute monarchy/Matriarchy with strong BDSM themes, in which women rule over all men. Located in the Czech Republic.
Perloja 1918 Located in Varena district, Perloja village, Lithuania. Had its own court, police, prison, currency (Perloja Litas), and an army of 300 men.
Rainbow Creek 1979 Farmer who "seceded" from Victoria over damage to farmlands caused by flooding he claimed was exacerbated due to incompetence of the state government water management agency.
Redonda 1865 A small uninhabited island in the Caribbean sea, now legally part of Antigua and Barbuda. In 1865, a citizen of Montserrat was supposedly permitted by Queen Victoria to claim the title of King of Redonda, as long as he did not incite any revolt against colonial authority. The title of King has had multiple claimants since 1969.
Islands of Refreshment 1811 The Tristan da Cunha archipelago, settled and declared sovereign by Jonathan Lambert but annexed by the United Kingdom after his death.
Romkerhall 1988 A small hotel in the Harz Mountains, Germany. Linked to a former German noble. Has minted numerous coins.
Rose Island 1968 Attempt to create a sovereign state on an offshore platform in intenational wates near Italian city of Rimini. Was completed, but shortly afterwards seized by the Italian government and destroyed with explosives.
Saugeais 1947 An officially-sanctioned tongue-in-cheek micronation located in eastern France, in the département of Doubs.
Sealand 1967 World War II military facility consisting of a man-made structure located off the English coast which was occupied and declared to be an independent state by Paddy Roy Bates. Possibly the world's best-known micronation.
Seborga 954 A town in the Italian region of Liguria that claims to never have been a part of the modern Italian state.
Sulu and Sabah 1823 Claiming to be the legitimate successor of the historical Sultanate of Sulu, and ruler of Sulu archipelago (in the Philippines) and Sabah (a state in Malaysia).
Sunda Unknown Claims to be the legitimate modern-day successor of the ancient Kingdom of Sunda, in exile in Switzerland.
Talossa 1979 A micronation founded as a bedroom kingdom by Milwaukee, Wisconsin resident Robert Ben Madison. Madison claims to have coined the term "micronation". Prior to his departure in 2005 the group split into a separate "Kingdom of Talossa" and "Republic of Talossa".
Tavolara 1836 A tiny island off the northeast coast of Sardinia, recognized as a kingdom by Charles Albert of Sardinia and never formally annexed by Italy. Now a nature preserve.
Trinidad 1893 An island in the South Atlantic, declared a military dictatorship by James Harden-Hickey but subsequently annexed by Brazil.
Kingdom of Valtio 2006 An 50 m2 area in a forest located at Posio, Finland, founded by Ari Peltonen as a joke. Radio Helsinki and Helsingin Sanomat follows what happens in the state. Valtio means state in finnish.
Vikesland 2005 A micronation located in Manitoba, Canada. Founded for the purposes of a TV documentary about micronations. Claims two properties in and near the town of Brandon.
Waveland 1997 Sited on a rocky islet in the North Atlantic, known as Rockall. Greenpeace occupied the Rockall, dedclaring it an independent nation, to protest oil drilling in the area. They offered citizenship to anyone willing to pledge allegiance. In 1999, the company sponsoring the experiment collapsed and Rockall was vacated.
Wendland 1980 German anti-nuclear protest in the Wendland, reoccupied by thousands of policemen after a few weeks. Ongoing protests near Gorleben.
Westarctica 2001 Micronation claiming all of western Antarctica. Minted numerous coins.
Whangamomona Republic 1989 Tongue-in-cheek micronation created for as tourism booster, and based in rural New Zealand town of the same name. Elected a goat as its president.http://www.worldlingo.com/ma/enwiki/en/List_of_micronations
Here's link dump to extinct stateshttp://www.worldlingo.com/ma/enwiki/en/List_of_extinct_states
Motivations for the creation of micronations include theoretical experimentation, political protest, artistic expression, personal entertainment and the conduct of criminal activity. Micronations can also exist in various forms, including in the physical world (on land, at sea and in outer space), online, in the minds of their creators—or some combination of these. Some micronations issue coins, flags, postage stamps, passports, medals, and other items.http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_micronations?wasRedirected=true