Timeline: Cherry, Plum, and Chrysanthemum

OTL equivalent: Argentine Patagonia and Falkland Islands
Flag of Patagonia (CPC)

Desire the Right

Anthem "Ode to Patagonia"
(and largest city)
New Cardiff
Language English
Religion Christianity; Buddhism; Islam
Ethnic Group Whites; Amerindians; Asians
Demonym Patagonian
Government Unitary parliamentary constitutional monarchy
  legislature National Assembly of Patagonia
Monarch Elizabeth II
  Royal house: House of Windsor
Prime Minister Martín Lousteau
Population 1,999,540 
Established March 1, 1934
Currency Patagonian Pound (PGP)
Time Zone (UTC−3)
Calling Code +55
Internet TLD .pg
Patagonia is a country in South America. Located in the southern part of the continent, Patagonia is the largest Anglophone country in both South America and the Latin American region. Patagonia is bordered by Argentina to the north, Chile to the west, the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the waters of the Drake Passage to the south. Patagonia is a Commonwealth realm, with Queen Elizabeth II as its head of state. Patagonia is a member of the Commonwealth Confederation

Patagonia was originally claimed by the Spanish. However, following the British-Argentinian War between 1872 and 1884, the British dominance expanded southward from New Cardiff colony to the Tierra del Fuego and remained so until it gained self-governance status within the British Empire in 1934. Initially, the settlements, mostly by the Welsh and the Scots, only concentrated on the areas near New Cardiff and the northern frontiers. The gold rushes of the late 19th century in the Tierra del Fuego led to the founding of numerous small settlements by immigrants from Europe, Chile and Argentina in the southern frontiers.

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