Of its past it is known:
80. C .: occurs the passage of the Carthaginians, followed by Roman domination.
300: Gives the control by the Visigoths, after the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
930: Henrich Monfranc Gaston, illegitimate son of Charlemagne, subdues the area. Later, it would be defeated by the Moors; at the same time that existed the kingdoms of Aragon and Castile. That period under Henrich Gaston, comes the origin of the name of the Kingdom.
1300: Under the reign of Afonso XI, King of Spain, Gaston is coupled to the Spanish territory.
1492: Spain comes to America, thus taking the coveted Eldorado. It was with the exploitation of precious metals that Gaston has developed. Some historians claim that Gaston was on the flap of Spain.
1706: In the midst of the War of the Spanish Succession, which reduced the military preponderance of Spain, the Portuguese troops conducted a successful maritime invasion of Gaston. These troops were commanded by General-Colonel Manuel Abrantes Vitoriano. Thus, Portugal now has the domain that area during the next 100 years.
1807: Jean-Andoche Junot invaded Portuguese territory, beginning the Peninsular War. The royal gastonesa family, which was previously controlled by Portugal, was now being controlled by the king Junot.
1812: French troops had to leave Portugal, because of the English victories.
1820: Initiates up the constitutional-liberal regime in Portugal. Gaston backs to the command of Portugal.
1927: Occurs the Military Rebellion in Lisbon. Making use of the episode, Florian, general of the Gaston army and bastard son of Afonso Carlos I, starts a victorious battle against Portugal. Gaston becomes independent and Florián is proclaimed king. In the same year, it is elaborated the Constitution of the Kingdom of Gaston.
1943: In the midst of World War II, Florián dies with cholera, leaving the throne to his only daughter, Floreense Florian. The heiress was known as Princess Floréense because she was only 21.
1947: The country is rebuilt with help from the Marshall Plan.
1984: Queen Floreense abdicates, moving all of its rights and claims to the throne to his son, Afonso Carlos Florián – Afonso I.. The queen died two years later.