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'''Saint Tomás''' is a city in eastern [[Rieti County, Alexandria|Rieti County]], [[Alexandria]], [[Insui]], along the shores of the [[Urlazio Sea]]. At the time of the 2035 Census, Saint Tomás' population was 518,261, making it Alexandria's third largest city. Saint Tomás forms the urban core of the [[Saint Tomás metropolitan area]], which has a population of around 1.1 million.  
 
'''Saint Tomás''' is a city in eastern [[Rieti County, Alexandria|Rieti County]], [[Alexandria]], [[Insui]], along the shores of the [[Urlazio Sea]]. At the time of the 2035 Census, Saint Tomás' population was 518,261, making it Alexandria's third largest city. Saint Tomás forms the urban core of the [[Saint Tomás metropolitan area]], which has a population of around 1.1 million.  
  
The area that would later become Saint Tomás was settled by Caphirian colonists who founded [[Saint Tomás#History|Sancte Thoma]] in 1388. When [[Lusitania]] was formed and [[Latin]] began to diverge into the Romance groups, Sancte Thoma was renamed Santo Tomás. The city was chartered in 1606 by the provincial government of Lusitania, consolidating all nearby colonies. It is one of the longest continuously chartered cities in Insui.
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The area that would later become Saint Tomás was settled by Caphirian colonists who founded [[Saint Tomás#History|Sancte Thoma]] in 1388. When [[Lusitania]] was formed and [[Latin language|Latin]] began to diverge into the Romance groups, Sancte Thoma was renamed Santo Tomás. The city was chartered in 1606 by the provincial government of Lusitania, consolidating all nearby colonies. It is one of the longest continuously chartered cities in Insui.
  
 
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Revision as of 01:54, 4 December 2019

Saint Tomás, Alexandria
Charter city
City of Saint Tomás
St Tomás Skyline.jpg
Vieille Ville, Nice, France - panoramio (14).jpg
Ecole quartier Arenas.jpg
Lago do Parque do Ibirapuera.JPG
Rauba-Capeù Nice.jpg
Villa Masséna Nice - Garden.jpg
Images, from top down, left to right: Saint Tomás skyline; Section of the stone break beach; Saint Tomás' College for the Arts; Aura Park; Tourist's pier and end of stone break beach; Meliora Manor Garden looking out to the Urlazio Sea
Flag of Saint Tomás, Alexandria
Flag
Motto: Semper liber (Latin:Always free)
Location of Saint Tomás in Rieti County
Location of Saint Tomás in Rieti County
Country Insui
State Alexandria
County23x15px Rieti
Incorporated1606
Government
 • TypeCity Council
 • BodySaint Tomás City Council
 • MayorGiada Alcura
Population (July 1, 2015)
 • City518,261
 • Estimate (2017)531,884
 • Metro1,131,906
Demonym(s)Saint Tomian
Time zoneCentral (UTC-1)
PEP codes37810-37844
Area code640
Websitesttomas-al.gov

Saint Tomás is a city in eastern Rieti County, Alexandria, Insui, along the shores of the Urlazio Sea. At the time of the 2035 Census, Saint Tomás' population was 518,261, making it Alexandria's third largest city. Saint Tomás forms the urban core of the Saint Tomás metropolitan area, which has a population of around 1.1 million.

The area that would later become Saint Tomás was settled by Caphirian colonists who founded Sancte Thoma in 1388. When Lusitania was formed and Latin began to diverge into the Romance groups, Sancte Thoma was renamed Santo Tomás. The city was chartered in 1606 by the provincial government of Lusitania, consolidating all nearby colonies. It is one of the longest continuously chartered cities in Insui.

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