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Bir Tawil2013-09-24

Between Eqypt and Sudan there are two are territories which doesn't belong to either contries. The largest territory both contries claim. But the smallest territory with the name Bir Tawil neither contries clain.2014-07-26

   Bir Tawil which means "tall water well" is a 2,060km² area. The nordic border is the 22nd parallel which was stated in 1899. In 1902 the UK drew a separate "administrative boundary" intended to reflect the actual use of both the land by tribes in the region. Bir Tawil was grazing land used by the Ababda tribe based near Aswan in Eqypt. Similarly the Hala'ib Triangle to the northeast of the 22nd parallel was placed under Sudan because the inhabitants were culturally closer to Khartoum in Sudan2014-07-27

   Because of Bir Tawils status as terra nullius several micronations claim the territorie. A man from Virginia actually planted a flag on it's soil.2014-07-27

   Bir Tiwal should be a territory where micronations with abillities to have physical representation could get an area at the size of one square kilometer (km²). Only one percent must be used for buildings (10,000m²) and must not be of any kind of obstacle for the native users of the land.2014-07-27

 

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