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Flag Mosty znak.png Coat of Arms

Town Information
Full Name
Nation PolandFlag.png Kingdom of Poland
Population RedDownArrow.png 4
Area Greenarrow.png 81 chunks
Continent Europe
Economic System
Official Language Cz.webp Czech

PolandFlag.png Poland

Official Religion
Government Information
Mayor LmenCZ
Political System
Historical Information
Established 26/05/2023
Past Nations
Past Mayors
Past Councillors

Mosty is a autonomous town known as Šance or Mosty u Jablunkova (Mosty koło Jabłunkova), located in Europe. Mosty belongs to the Poland nationality.

The territory of Mosty is divided into three parts: Jablunkov, Mosty u Jablunkova and Šance. The main and largest parts are Šance.

The flag of the town is based on the Czech flag, but the symbol of the green star was added in honour of the original old town with the fortress of Šance.


The Czech settlers

The first reports of settlement date back to the time when east Czech settlers tried again to create a functional nation.

Unfortunately, they were unsuccessful because they were under the rule of other nations.

Only a handful of devoted Czechs remained and they built a star-shaped fortress called Šance, which was to serve as the capital of the Czech nation.

However, due to a dispute among the Czechs, a civil war broke out and the fortress fell.

Founding of the town Mosty

After some time, a few Czechs gathered again and built the town of Mosty on the ruins of the former fortress of Šance, which was part of the Austrian Empire. However, now it is under the protection of the Polish kingdom, so Mosty is officially a Polish-Czech town.

  • In honour of the fortification of Šance, the town is built in the shape of a 4 pointed star (the fortification of Šance was in the shape of an 8 pointed star).