The Order of Raymond VI is a State order founded in Babougrad by Babou Chkaya in 2016, to rewards the heads of state for good-governance. The order is named in honor of Raymond VI, Count of Toulouse, who defended his city against the crusaders.
King Nikola I of Coria (23/06/2016)
Prince Clem Sanders (29/06/2016)
Oscar I, Emperor-King of Karnia-Ruthenia (20/07/2016)
Prince Beau Freï Jean-Seraphine Baltazar von Fräähsen zu Lorenzburg (05/08/2016)
Aggelos I of Imvrassia (24/10/2016)
Thomas I, King of Cumagne (10/11/2016)
Jorge I of Numancia (28/12/2016)
Ned Greiner (27/05/2017)
Raymond VI, Count of Toulouse
Ribbon of the Order of Raymond VI
Order of Mistral
The Order of Mistral is a State order founded in Babougrad by Babou Chkaya in 2016, to rewards individuals who contribute to the culture. The order is named in honor of Frédéric Mistral, who was a Frenchwriter and lexicographer of the Occitan language. Mistral received the 1904 Nobel Prize in Literature "in recognition of the fresh originality and true inspiration of his poetic production, which faithfully reflects the natural scenery and native spirit of his people, and, in addition, his significant work as a Occitan language philologist". He was a founding member of Félibrige and a member of l'Académie de Marseille.
Jorge I of Numancia (28/12/2016) - "For the organization of the Microvision Song Festival".
Ribbon of the Order of Mistral
Order of Royal
The Order of Royal is a State order founded in Babougrad by Babou Chkaya in 2016, to rewards individuals who contribute to the protection of the environment. The order is named in honor of Ségolène Royal, who was a French is a French politician. She served as Minister for Ecology from 2014 to 2017 and was one of the organizer of the of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in France.
Niels I, Grand Duke of Flandrensis (24/07/2017) - "For the creation of the Micronational Declaration on Ecological Stewardship".
Ribbon of the Order of Royal
Order of the Occitan Cross
The Order of the Occitan Cross is a State order founded in Babougrad by Babou Chkaya in 2016, to rewards rewards Occitanian citizens for their good deeds. The Occitan cross, also called cross of Occitania, cross of Provence, cross of Languedoc, cross of Forcalquier or Toulouse cross, is the symbol of Occitania, a region comprising roughly the southern third of modern-day France with small overlap into Spain and Italy, a region where the Occitan language thrived. The cross was first used as such, probably, in the coat of arms of the counts of Forcalquier in Provence and then by the counts of Toulouse in the traditional territory of Languedoc. It later spread to the other provinces of lo país, namely Provence, Guyenne, Gascony, Dauphiné, Auvergne and Limousin. A yellow Occitan cross on a blood-red background with the seven-armed golden star of the Felibritge makes up the flag of modern-day Occitania. It can also be found in the emblems of Midi-Pyrénées, Languedoc-Roussillon and Hautes-Alpes, among many others, as well as in cemeteries and at country crossroads. The Occitan cross is technically described as "mouthed and hollowed out, with keys (or paws) and golden spheres" (de golas a la crotz voidada, clechada (or patèa) e pometada d'aur). In La Cançon de la crosada, it goes by the name of Raymondine cross (crotz ramondenca, laisse 109). It is still disputed among experts as to whether its first appearance in Occitania was in Provence or Languedoc.