Malojdeh

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Malojdeh
Official Name:
Malojdeh Capital City of Neo Delta
Other Names:
The Capital

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Status Capital of the Neo Delta
Geography
Elevation 5-200 m
Population
Demonym Malojdean
Population 672,000 (2014)
Transport
Airports Malojdeh International Airport


Malojdeh is a city in the south coast of Neo Delta, located in the far south of Archanta, more specifically in Astrasia. The city is home to 672,000 inhabitants, although its metropolitan area, which includes the several neighboring cities, sums up more the 800,000 inhabitants. The city is connected to the rest of the country through the North Peninsula Road (ND107).

Malojdeh is a planned city designed to serve as the new capital city of Neo Delta. The construction of the city in the late 1950s attracted many migrants to live and work there. The population of the city in composed by several different ethnic groups, making it one of the most diverse cities in Neo Delta. Although the location of the city may seem isolated from the rest of the world, it has witnessed constant growing and is now perceived as a main center for international trade and politics.

The city is also known due to the Malojdeh Harbor and the of the Southern Glaciers, which is one of the main touristic attractions of Neo Delta. The Southern Glaciers are part of the Glaciers National Park.

Name

The city is named after the many ethnic groups that inhabit Neo Delta.

History

Pre-Colonial Period

Colonial Period

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Geography

Politics and Government

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Interregional Transport Hubs

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Culture

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See also