Fürstentum Rheinbergen stands out because of its breathtaking beauty.
Bordering the mountainous regions of Switzerland and Liechtenstein, flirting with the picturesque sceneries of Austria, Germany and France before reaching its delta in The Netherlands, Fürstentum Rheinbergen offers a rich variety on landscapes and cultures.
Form of government: hereditary Monarchy
Head of State: Gerardus Wilhelmus Theodorus Cornielje, Fürst von und zu Rheinbergen.
Consort: Rachel Naomi Cornielje, Fürstin von und zu Rheinbergen
Heir apparent: Erbprinz Maxwell James Everhard Cornielje.
Second in line: Prinz Moritz Christopher Gerhard Cornielje.
Third in line: Prinzessin Amelia Catharina Maria Cornielje.
Main Languages: German, French, English and Dutch
Tax system: Tax Free
Criteria for Citizenship: Citizenship of Rheinbergen is available to all peoples.
Final decisions regarding approval are at the discretion of the Government.
Knighthoods, titles, honours etc. can be handed out by the Head of State solely.
Stretching the entire length of the river Rhine, Fürstentum Rheinbergen offers an unrivalled infrastructure and ample opportunities for business.
Theses benefits come with great risks to the environment.
Our Head of State is currently considering investors for a great number of projects regarding improvement of the environment in and around our micronation.
Unlike many other forms of government, ours is a stable one. Hereditary Monarchies tend to do very well in this world and offer a unique stability to both citizens and business partners.
Being a citizen of a hereditary Monarchy also opens up the possibility of receiving Titles, Knighthoods and other honours. These honours and titles can not be bought, but are earned through merit by helping us improve the environment and contributing in other ways to furthering our micronation.