Magehaven

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Magehaven
New Indorur
City
Flag
Flag
CountryBelphenia
 • StateSakura
 • PrefectureSakura
 • CountyMagehaven
Ethnic Groups
(2015)
Native Belphenian (93%), Orinocan (42%), Zerephinese (48%),
NationalitiesErzannan (25%), Sephorian (86%)
DemonymMagehavener
Government
 • Guild MasterSakura Deade
 • MayorLauren Umber
 • Head ChairMarkina Kousaka
Area
 • Total
 • Urban
 • Rural
Elevation313 m (1028 ft)
Population
 • Estimate (2015)901,224
 • Census (2014)400,147
Websitemagehaven.gov.bp

Magehaven (officially Magehaven Special City) is the second largest city in the northeastern suburbs of Remiville, Belphenia and special city in Remiville Prefecture. The city is also known for a major airport serving the Remiville Metropolitan Area known as Remiville International Airport, and an anime and manga shopping mall located on North Neige Road and East Mermaid Expressway. It is also the headquarters city for the internet cafe and restaurant chain Cyberland Internet Cafe and Restaurants, and sacred city by Great Heart.

Magehaven came into international attention when the Reback-Duranth International Airport redevelopment project was suspended and contractors transferred workers to the Remiville International Airport redevelopment project in 2015.

Etymology

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The name Magehaven derives from two Great Heart names, Mamina and Sagematsu Haven, meaning hidden observer and savory leader.

History

Magehaven saw an increase of construction and urban development projects when the local government heard the news about the suspension of the Reback-Duranth International Airport redevelopment project in Drevet. The news of the suspension in Drevet led to Magehaveners erupted in joy as the Remiville International Airport redevelopment expected to be finished on March 27, 2015.

As a replacement city for Indorur

Magehaven was one of the newest cities to serve as replacement cities for the rebuilding of the Remiville Metropolitan Area. The replacement city for Indorur was approved by the Belphenian government on August 31, 2011, and construction on new roads, residential areas, businesses, a shopping mall and a television and radio station complex, and a new airport began on September 4th, 2011, one mile southwest from Indorur's original location following 4/05. The massive rebuilding project that replaced Indorur was completed on May 19, 2013.

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