Cities of Burgundie

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This article is a list of the cities of the various provinces, colonies, and crownlands of the constituent countries that make up Burgundie and the Burgundian Crown, jointly known as The Burgundies.

The Isle of Burgundie

List of cities on the Isle of Burgundie.

Cities on the Isle of Burgundie
Picture Population Location Type Description
NordHalle Hong Kong Harbor.jpg
The harborwalk in downtown NordHalle.
8,500,000 Northwestern coast of the Isle of Burgundie, on the coast of the Kilikas Sea City
All Service Seaport
This massive sprawling metropolis is one of the largest ports in the world. Its residents are known as NordHallwegians and they are renowned for their shrewd business acumen and their Machieavellian approach to life. The city is home to more than 11 institutions of higher education and many business headquarters of Burgundian concerns. While Vilauristre is considered the brain of Burgundie, NordHalle often considered the mouthpiece. The loud, outgoing, and considerably brazen attitude of the stevedorian populations of NordHalle are known the world over and the foundation of many negative stereotypes of Burgundians around the world.
Vilauristre ModernVilauristre.png
The view of the inner harbor of Vilauristre.
5,100,000 Southeastern coast of the Isle of Burgundie, on the coast of the Feradach Channel Royal and National Capital City
Port of Call
Vilauristre is an incredibly densely populated city that serves as the royal and governmental capital of Burgundie. Its residents are known as Vilauristrans and they are renowned for their appreciation of high culture, patronage of the arts, their diplomatic approach to life, and their poshness. The city is home to a myriad of educational, medical, research, and non-profit institutions that have helped to define its culture. Vilauristre is considered the brain of Burgundie, and as such it looks down on NordHalle as the countries unofficial, and often unwelcome mouthpiece. The quite, rich, overly intellectual masses of Vilauristre provide the fodder for the other stereotypes of Burgundians, that many other countries hold, as overly conciliatory and yet somehow entirely condescending.
Mattiusvale Bangkok from sukhumvit.jpg
Downtown Mattiusvale.
2,358,934 Centrally located in the hills of the Isle of Burgundie City Mattiusvale is the religious and spiritual core of Burgundie. The residents of the city are Mattiusvalois and are renowned for their piety, their generosity, their soft-spokenness, and their pursuit of education. The city is home to the Shrine and Tomb of St. Mattius as well as the Archdiocese of Burgundie, 47 churches and cathedrals, and various other ecclesiastical institutions of the Levantine Catholic Church. Mattiusvale is considered the heart of Burgundie.

Ultmar

List of cities in the Burgundian constituent country of Ultmar.

Cities in Ultmar
Picture Population Location Type Description
Le Ax-Canbon TBD TBD Northern coast of Marves, on the coast of the Feradach Channel Provincial Capital City TBD
Bekshavn Oudenaarde Stadhuis.jpg
The Grand Duke's Hall in Bekshavn.
2,256,942 Northwestern coast of Marialanus, on the coast of the Coscivian Sea Provincial Capital City
Port of Call
Bekshavn is a dirty working-class town with a quaint and ancient administrative center. Its residents are known as Bekshavns and they are renowned for their sardonic sense of humor and bleak, but philosophical outlook on life. The city is home to large immigrant populations from all over the world, but they tend to be segregated by neighborhood. Nicknamed the City of a thousand languages, while not particularly well educated, the Bekshavns are usually able to speak 4 or 5 languages functionally out of necessity. The historic receiving port of the Yyutkian Beef Run, the Bekshavns have chronically higher cholesterol than most Burgundians. Alcohol abuse is also prevalent as most alcohol imports come through Bekshavn especially the whiskies from Kirav.
Castelmarsal TBD TBD Central plain of Daltmur on the banks of TBD River Provincial Capital City
Inland Port
TBD
Dorft Stockholms Stadshus.jpg
The Duke's Hall in Dorft.
1,358,934 Northern coast of Burdeboch, on the coast of the Feradach Channel Provincial Capital City
Cargo port
Dorft is a moderately size port city. Its residents are known as Dorftoise and they are renowned for their opposition to the haughty-taughty attitudes of the Burgundians of the Isle of Burgundie. The city is home to a container port that is notible for being the birthplace of containerization. The city has long served as the link between Ultmar and the Isle of Burgundie and, as such, has been conquered by various forces over 100 times. Its nickname the City of the Damned is not used locally, but this bachground has led to it being a wonderful location to study comparative architechture. It is speculated that Dorft contains examples of 384 different architechure styles of which 37 are specifcally from Dorft.
Dormanshire Halifax Harbour Sunset Skyline, Nova Scotia (24237034620).jpg
Dormanshire's Harborfront.
TBD westcentral coast of Martilles, on the coast of the Coscivian Sea Provincial Capital City TBD
Granblaix TBD TBD Northeastern coast of Argenbagne, on the coast of the Feradach Channel Provincial Capital City TBD
Tariege TBD TBD Northern Roln Provincial Capital City
Land Port
TBD

Flordeterra

List of cities in the Burgundian constituent country of Flordeterra.

Cities in Flordeterra
Picture Population Location Type Description
Drovan TBD TBD Eastern coast of Neu Burgund, on the coast of the Cronan Sea Capital City of Flordeterra and Neu Burgund
All Service Seaport
Drovan is the largest city in Flordeterra and the nexus of government, economy, and culture in that country. The city is made up of fairly new construction as the city was destroyed during the New Burgundie Secession War and was heavily bombed in the Great Cronan War. Its population is a mix of the descendants of Germanic colonists for the 16th and 17th centuries, descendants of migrants from other parts of the world, and a new class of descendants of Bergendii who served in the New Burgundie Secession War with Burgundie who were given land and high ranking governmental positions in Flordeterra. Its an ostensibly Bergendii city, but if one looks closely they can see the Germanic roots in small architectural details in the old buildings that still dot the city. The populations enjoy a tenuous peace that sometimes erupts into violence between street gangs that are generally created along ethnic lines. The city's residents are known as Drovanis and they are known for their close-mindedness and their extremist politics. The city is home to various immigrant populations from all over Crona and Ixnay, which has led to a number racially motivated riots in the last three decades. Nicknamed Riot City, the Metropolitan Police of Drovan, are not a localized police force but report directly to the Prefecture of the National Police, in Vilauristre. The historically important port has made Drovan vital to the Burgundian Grand Crona Trade Company and to Burgundie by extension.
Launglie TBD TBD Northern highlands of Hoheseen, on the shores of Lake TBD Provincial Capital City TBD
TBD TBD TBD Southeastern coast Monsunboch, on the coast of the Cronan Sea Provincial Capital City
Fishing Port
TBD
Burgen TBD TBD Northern coast of Equitorial Burgundie, on the coast of the Cronan Sea Provincial Capital City
Cargo Port
TBD

Burgundian Latium

List of cities in the Burgundian constituent country of Burgundian Latium.

Cities in Burgundian Latium
Picture Population Location Type Description
Estia TBD TBD Northeastern coast of Pumbria, on the coast of the Levantine Ocean Provincial Capital City
All Service Seaport
TBD
Hadua TBD TBD Eastern highlands of Drusla Provincial Capital City TBD
Morezza TBD TBD Southeastern coast of Cashen, on the coast of the Levantine Ocean Provincial Capital City
Fishing Port
TBD
Pandesia TBD TBD Central steppe of Bonavix Provincial Capital City
Land Port
TBD
San Gomaina TBD TBD Northcentral riverine region of Eagaria, on the banks of TBD River Provincial Capital City
Inland Port
TBD
Torantino TBD TBD Torantino District of Esquinia Provincial Capital City TBD

Overseas Territories

List of cities in the Burgundian colonies and overseas territories.

Cities in the Overseas Territories
Picture Population Location Type Description
Hivernille TBD TBD Southcentral coast of Wintergen, on the coast of the Kilikas Sea's Alvarian Strait Provincial Capital City
Port of Call
TBD
Le Havre Capucinie TBD TBD Northeastern coast of Ayermer, on the coast of the Bay of Kandahar Provincial Capital City
All Service Seaport
TBD
Madix TBD TBD Western coast of Medimeria, on the coast of the Levantine Ocean Provincial Capital City
Port of Call
TBD
Port de Vent TBD TBD Southern coast of Port de Vent, on the coast of the Berhan Strait Provincial Capital City
Port of Call
TBD
Port Levantia TBD TBD Southern coast of Levantx, on the coast of the Levantine Ocean Provincial Capital City
Port of Call
TBD
Ravenna EDSA, Makati, The Fort - panoramio.jpg
The Ravenna skyline from the airport.
3,450,600 Eastern coast of Adtaran, on the coast of the Levantine Ocean Provincial Capital City
Port of Call
TBD
Santcecile TBD TBD Northwestern coast of Novilla, on the coast of the Aquilonem Ocean Provincial Capital City
Port of Call
TBD
Soix TBD TBD Northwestern coast of Nauta Normand, on the coast of the Coscivian Sea Provincial Capital City
Port of Call
TBD
Sudmoll TBD TBD Northern coast of Sudmoll, on the coast Okatian Sea Provincial Capital City
Fishing Port
TBD
Vileauguste TBD TBD Eastern coast of Nova Levantia Provincial Capital City
All Service Seaport
TBD

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