Today, the House of Norfolk released multiple designs relating to the future infrastructure of the Norfolk Empire. The first designs that were released were border signs for the three subdivision of the Norfolk Empire, the District of New Tenochtitlan, the Duchy of Dellfolk, and the Duchy of Bitty Ridge. The border signs will be hung somewhere near or on the border of each one of the subdivisions whenever the Duke or Duchess of that subdivision deem it necessary. The purpose of the border signs is to alert people that they are entering the Norfolk Empire. The House of Norfolk did not release signs for the exiting of any subdivision, but it may release some soon. The signs are in different languages, depending on the subdivision.
Each subdivision has a sign in English and Esperanto while the Duchy of Bitty Ridge has one in Spanish and the Duchy of Dellfolk has one in French. The signs all follow a similar design. They all have a white background with the words “WELCOME TO THE (SUBDIVISION TYPE) OF (SUBDIVISION NAME)” at the top. Below that is a black horizontal line connected to another vertical line and a horizontal line. On the left side of the vertical line, the flag of the Norfolk Empire is shown at the top and the flag of the subdivision is shown below. On the right side of the vertical line in the flag of the micronation or macronation is surrounded by on top and below that is the flag of subdivision that the Norish subdivision is surrounded by. The only subdivision that brakes that rule is the District of New Tenochtitlan. Their sign shows the flag of the American State of Florida, even though they are not surrounded by that state. The reason for that is because the Republic of Tamcoop does not have any subdivisions.
Border Sign of the District of New Tenochtitlan (WELCOME TO THE DISTRICT OF NEW TENOCHTITLAN. House of Norfolk, 13 July 2019.)
Landlimo Signo de la Distrikto de Nova Tenočtitlano (BONVENON AL LA DISTRIKTO DE NOVA TENOČTITLANO. Domo de Norfolko, 13 Julio 2019.)
Border Sign of the Duchy of Bitty Ridge (WELCOME TO THE DUCHY OF BITTY RIDGE. House of Norfolk, 13 July 2019.)
Landlimo Signo de la Dukio de Kacoe Kresto (BONVENON AL LA DUKIO DE KACOE KRESTO. Domo de Norfolko, 13 Julio 2019.)
Frontera Signo de los Distrito de Pequeño Cresta (BIENVENIDO AL DUCADO DE PEQUEÑO CRESTA. Casa de Norfolk, 13 Julio 2019.)
Border Sign of the Duchy of Dellfolk (WELCOME TO THE DUCHY OF DELLFOLK. House of Norfolk, 13 July 2019.)
Landlimo Signo de la Dukio de Valetpopolo (BONVENON AL LA DUKIO DE VALETPOPOLO. Domo de Norfolko, 13 Julio 2019.)
Frontière Signe des Duché de Dellpeuple (BIENVENUE AUX DUCHÉ DE DELLPEUPLE. Chambre de Norfolk, 13 Juillet 2019.)
The second design released today was the street plan for the District of New Tenochtitlan. The street plan is not official yet, but the roads set out on the street plan could become official soon. The street plan would create two international highways because they also go through the Republic of Tamcoop, and six streets, which brings them to a total of eight roadways. The roadways would most likely be used by walkers, but cycles would be allowed to use the roads.
In the northernmost enclave of the District of New Tenochtitlan, there are two roadways, International Highway (Hwy) 2, which goes south, and East Keourac Street, which has been named after the Keourac Naval Base. In the mainland of the District of New Tenochtitlan, there are eight roadways, International Highway (Hwy) 1, South Divizio Street, which is named after the Esperanto name of the 1st Division of New Tenochtitlan that is on that road, East Azteko Street, which is the Esperanto word for Aztec, East Reĝeco Street, which is named after the Aztec word for Royalty, South Quiyahuātl Street, which is named after the Nahuatl word for storm, and East Ocēlōmiztli Street, which is named after the Nahuatl word for Cat.
Street Plan of the District of New Tenochtitlan (Street Plan of the District of New Tenochtitlan (July 2019). House of Norfolk, 13 July 2019.)