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Cross of Creeperopolis (symbol of Romerism)
Creeperian nationalism (Creeperian Spanish: Nacionalismo Creeperiano) is a form of civic nationalism, cultural nationalism, or ethnic nationalism found in Creeperopolis. Essentially, it indicates the aspects that characterize and distinguish Creeperopolis as an autonomous political community. The term often serves to explain efforts to reinforce its national identity and self-determination within their national and international affairs. All three forms of nationalism have found expression throughout Creeperopolis' history, depending on the historical period.
As an ideology, Creeperian nationalism originated and evolved in during the Creeperian Crusade from 1231-1345. It became a major political movement during the 1900's, especially following the Creeperian Civil War (1933-1949) between the Romerists and the Miguelists. Today, Creeperian nationalism remains important in the Creeperian Initiative.