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County of Gorizia (Princely)

County of Gorizia
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  • Country: Holy Roman Empire
  • Capital City: Gorizia
  • Other Settlements: Nova Gorica (across the border in Slovenia)
  • Current Ruler: Countess Isabella von Habsburg
  • Local ruler: The County of Gorizia is an autonomous state within the Holy Roman Empire, ruled by the Count or Countess of Gorizia.
  • Government: The County of Gorizia operates under a feudal system, with the local ruler holding power and paying allegiance to the Holy Roman Emperor.
  • Legislature: The county council is the legislative body of the County of Gorizia, with members appointed by the local ruler.
  • Demographics: The County of Gorizia has a population of around 33,000 people, mostly made up of Germans, Italians, and Slovenians.
  • Languages: Latin is the official language of the Holy Roman Empire, but German, Italian, and Slovenian are also widely spoken in the County of Gorizia.
  • Population: The County of Gorizia has a population of around 33,000 people.
  • Religion(s): Christianity is the dominant religion of the Holy Roman Empire and the majority of the population in the County of Gorizia is Roman Catholic.
  • Places of interest: Gorizia Castle, Piazza della Vittoria, The Cathedral of St. Ignatius of Loyola, The Synagogue of Gorizia, The Old Bridge.
  • Other Notable residents: Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, author of “The Leopard”

The County of Gorizia is a state of great historical and cultural significance within the Holy Roman Empire. It has a rich history that dates back to the Roman Empire, and has been ruled by various powers throughout the centuries, including the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The county is known for its beautiful architecture, including the Gorizia Castle and the Cathedral of St. Ignatius of Loyola.

The county also has a strong Jewish community and the Synagogue of Gorizia is a popular tourist attraction. Gorizia is located in the heart of the Holy Roman Empire, just a stone’s throw from Slovenia, and the town of Nova Gorica, is located just across the border. The county is also home to various mythical creatures and folklore monsters, including the famous “Krakonos” a giant who lived in the Julian Alps.

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