Ascot City

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Ascot
City
StateGreater Ascot
 • CountryAscotflagg.jpg Ascot
NationalitiesTBD (TBD%), TBD (TBD%), TBD (TBD%), TBD (TBD%)
DemonymAscottish
Area
 • TotalTBD km2
Population
 • Estimate (TBD)TBD
MetroTransport in Ascot

Ascot City, mostly referred as "Ascot" or as the city of time travel, is the largest city and capital of Ascot.

TBD people live in the city, approximately TBD million in Greater Ascot and TBD million in the metropolitan region of Ascot.

Situated on one of the world's largest natural harbors, Ascot City consists of TBD boroughs, each of which is a separate county of the Greater Ascot. The TBD boroughs – TBD, TBD, TBD – were consolidated into a single city in TBD.

The Kingdom of Ascot administers the TBD boroughs of Ascot City (each governed as an individual county), which also covers several Cities which where independent before it merged and became the metropolitan prefecture in 1843. The TBD also administers TBD shires in the western part of the prefecture and several mini island shires.

The area has been settled since 450 BC and was founded as a autonomous city in 1692 by Settler Lewis Forbes. The city and its metropolitan area constitute the premier gateway for immigration of thousands of asvenist people. Approximately 800 languages are spoken in Ascot City, making it one of the most linguistically diverse city in the world.

It is crowned as one of the world's largest financial centre and has one of the largest metropolitan area GDP in the world Ascot is a world cultural capital. It is one of the most visited cities measured by international arrivals. Ascot is a leading destination for investment, hosting many international retailers and ultra high-net-worth individuals. The city hosts several Global companies mainly around Financial district and Downtown.

The Kingdom of Ascot (TBD) administers the TBD Special Wards of Ascot (each governed as an individual county), which also covers several Cities which where independent before it merged and became the metropolitan prefecture in 1843. The TBD also administers TBD shires in the western part of the prefecture and several mini island shires. The city hosts TBD of the Fortune Global 500 companies, a very high number compared to other cities in the world.


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Sprawl

History

The Cunningham Theatre fire 1916

The Cunningham Theatre fire happened on September 8, 1916, in TBD, Ascot. It was one of the deadliest theater fires ever. At least 578 people died as a result of the fire.

Foster Docks fire 1966

SS Cromwell in flames

The 1966 Foster Docks fire occurred on July 13, 1966, and killed at least 406 persons in and around the Foster, Parliament piers of the Vilvetian shipping company. the fire began when cotton bales stored in some warehouses in front of the terminal, and winds carried the flames to nearby barrels of volatile liquids, such as turpentine and oil, which exploded in rapid succession. Foster Docks caught fire at 10 am, at this time three passenger ship were docked at the pier 2, 5 and 6. Milton Tucker, Captain of the SS Cromwell decided to evacuate the whole ship while the Captains of SS Sate and the SS Thevat decided to leave the docks. All three Ships caught fire, the SS Cromwell sank at the docks of Foster. While the other two cruisers float around the Great Lake of Ascot, the SS Sate crashed at 16 pm in two ships at Parliament Piers and the SS Thevat sunk in front of Panketh. foster_fire.jpg


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Two typical Ascottish Trams

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