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List of Streets named after Individuals


List of Streets named after Individuals

The following is a list of streets named after individuals who have made important contributions in their respective field. Her Majesty's Government, in recognition of such contributions, wishes to honour these individuals, both Mizia and foreign by naming streets after them. This list is not complete.


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The following streets are named after important political figures of Mizialand:

  • Rue de Guérin: Her Majesty Guérin Vincent established the Vincent Dynasty in 1912, overthrowing the despotic and tyrannic Sanchez dynasty.

  • Rue de Delphine: Her Majesty Delphine Vincent continued the good work done by HM Vincent.

  • Rue d' AmberLynn LaPierre: Her Majesty AmberLynn LaPierre Vincent initiated economic reforms and brought about local democracy through the Representation of People Act.

  • Rue de Sophie: Her Majesty Sophie Vincent voluntarily abolished the absolute monarchy and conducted nation wide democratic elections, a testament that the service of her people is the greatest pleasure of Her Majesty.

  • Rue de Pierre: Named after His Majesty Pierre Vincent, brother of Her Majesty Sophie Vincent and the former commander in chief of Mizia Armed Forces.

  • Rue de Charette: Former Foreign Affairs Minister of the Kingdom who oversaw Mizialand's admission into the Lorecian Community.

  • Rue de Jeanne: An important supporter of Guérin Vincent in the disposition of the Sanchez dynasty.

  • Rue de Simone: Simone de Beauvoir, feminist, best known for her quote - On ne naît pas femme, on le devient (One is not born but becomes a woman)

The following streets are named after important political figures from abroad:

  • Rue de Bakunin: Revolutionary and anarchist, founder of collective anarchism.

  • Kropotkin Straat: After Peter Kroptokin, who can be arguably called "Father of Anarchism".

  • Rue de Voltairine: After Voltairine de Cleyre, important figure of Anarchism as well as one of the early feminist. Influenced the Mizia Feminist Movement of early 1900s.

  • Malatesta Straat: After Errico Malatesta, revolutionary and anarchist. Best known for his work 'Anarchy'.

  • Saheed Bhagat Singh Strasse: After Bhagat Singh, anti imperial revolutionary socialist and folk hero.

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