The following map has been painstakingly prepared by Franz Gruber, a cartographer of some repute. Distances are unclear as Herr Gruber drinks heavily, has only one eye and lacks any form of depth perception whatsoever.
In the North may be found the Principality of Velikye Byelgorodniya and in the South lies the Grand Duchy of Saxe-Coburn und Buchholz. Between them is a parcel of disputed land. Both states claim ownership to the province, the Principality referring to it as Nizhny Bublik or "Lower Donut". The Grand Duchy refers to it as Oberer Süßen Bagel or "Upper Sweet Bagel".
More detail on the location of these two nation-states within the broader expanse of Europe will follow.
Further detail may be found on the map key below or by clicking on the map to expand it to full size. A much larger version is available for download here (1.1Mb).