Taiago

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OGFmapicon.png 17.5016 N, 103.6416 E
Taiago
Official Name:
Taiago of Brugas
Other Names:
The Paradise

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Status Capital of Brugas
Geography
Elevation 0-200 m
Population
Demonym Taiagan
Population 372,000 (2014)
Transport
Airports Taiago International Airport


Taiago is a city in the island of Sentera, It is the capital and largest city of Brugas, a state of Neo Delta. Taiago and the archipelago where it is located are part of Uletha, although Neo Delta is located in the far south of Archanta, more specifically in Astrasia. The city is home to almost 380,000 inhabitants, together with the neighbor city of Voltax, the population reaches more than 400,000 inhabitants. The is connected to the rest of Brugas through the the Taiago International Airport and the Taiago Harbor.

The population of the city in composed by several different ethnic groups, most of them brugano and deltese. The mixture of both cultures has resulted in a diverse city, which is an important center in the area.

Taiago is known for its tropical climate, being a preferred touristic destination for the other inhabitants of cold Neo Delta and other parts of the world, thus nicknamed The Paradise. Taiago's economy is based on tourism and trade. The city has also attracted migrants from neighboring countries since it is considered a safe haven in an area famous for conflict and wars.

The citizens of the city have recently voted against the independence from Neo Delta, when 91% of the voters decided for maintaining the current status of the islands. The percentage of voters that opted for being a part of Neo Delta was even higher, around 94%.

Name

The city is named after the Taiago Peak, the highest point of the island where the city is located and also an ancient deity of the brugano.

History

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