League of Inland Cities

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The flag of the League of Inland Cities pays tribute to its heritage from the sea-faring Hanseatic League.
Hanseatic League’s formation. Illustration from the Museum for Hamburg History via Wikimedia Commons.

In 1969 many Inland communities came together to form the League of Inland Cities, which seeks to strengthen the shared values of LEGO peoples worldwide. While the League focuses on economic and cultural issues, it also seeks to maintain connections with Outland communities.

The League of Inland Cities is comprised of 27 member cities and realms. It draws inspiration from two sources. First from the medieval Hanseatic League, where nearly 200 towns across central and northern Europe confederated to promote their mutual trading interests. Second from the more contemporary British Commonwealth of Nations.

The League is headquartered in Bricklyn, VT. Its Presiding Officer is currently Lars Brickmussen. Each member has one vote in the League’s Chamber of Delegates.

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