The formal name for the city-nation made up of the Cities of Bricklyn, South Bricklyn, and Bricklyn Junction. It is frequently referred to as the “Realm of Bricklyn,” or the “Realm,” or sometimes confusingly referred to as “Bricklyn.”📍
On May 14, 1961, the Danish government, after a vote of the citizens of the three cities, and acting through the consent of the King and Parliament of the Kingdom of Denmark, simultaneously disassociated the three cities from the Danish Realm, while at the same time reconstituting these cities as the Tripartite Realm of Bricklyn.
📍The City of Bricklyn is its own political entity, just as are South Bricklyn, and Bricklyn Junction. However, many Bricklynites refer to the Tripartite Realm simply as Bricklyn. Readers therefore need to be careful with the context in which the word Bricklyn is used, though here at The Bricklyn Eagle we make every effort to avoid this easy-to-slip-into error.« Back to Glossary Index