Darovskiya

Darovskiya
Capital City
Clockwise from top: Sentralny skyline and the Ilvev River, the Cathedral of St. Konstantin, the historic Barutsev district, the Duzni Citadel, interior of the House of Gyviai, and Darovskiya Town Hall.

Clockwise from top: Sentralny skyline and the Ilvev River, the Cathedral of St. Konstantin, the historic Barutsev district, the Duzni Citadel, interior of the House of Gyviai, and Darovskiya Town Hall.
Flag of Darovskiya
Flag
Coat of arms of Darovskiya
Coat of arms
Etymology: Darov City
Nickname(s): 
The People's City
CountryProkhogorsk
ProvinceDarovka
Founded as Mylorodov910
Renamed to Darovskiya1003
Declared capital1591
Districts22 districts
Government
 • MayorKanur Lasetyev
Area
 • City536.8 km2 (207.3 sq mi)
 • Metro
4,295 km2 (1,658 sq mi)
Population
(2017)
 • City2,635,190
 • Metro
9,075,336
Demonym(s)Darovskiyan
PoliceDarovskiya Police
Darovskiya Metropolitan Guard
Websitewww.cityofdarovskiya.prk

Darovskiya is the capital and most populous city of Prokhogorsk.

Situated on the Ilvev River, Darovskiya is a major economic and cultural centre of Prokhogorsk and the continental Zarov region. The city is located within the Darovka province, centered on the confluence of the Koropa River from the north and Ilvev River flowing from southeast to west.

The city was founded by Biveny Mylorod, naming it Mylorodov. The city was renamed to Darovskiya during the Darov Republic, where it served as a territorial and agricultural capital, expanding along the fertile riverbanks of the Ilvev over several decades. The capital and seat of imperial power was established at Karlivorod after its conquest at the beginning of the Prokho Empire, but was positioned back to Darovskiya in 1591 after threat of Kimenan invaders. The city was held siege by various nomadic armies during the 15th century, leading to the construction of the Leonic Walls and various riverside defenses.

Darovskiya is the seat of power of the Government of Prokhogorsk and national unicameral legislature of the Federal Conclave, situated in the Duzni Citadel. The monarch of Prokhogorsk also resides in Darovskiya, in the Karliv Estate.

Darovskiya is the centre for Prokho culture and history, with many historical landmarks and monuments in the city serving as popular tourist landmarks.

Districts

The metropolitan area of Darovskiya is divided into 22 districts which are each governed by their own respective councils. The innermost 7 districts constitute the Darovskiya city limits, while all other districts are designated as being part of the metropolitan perimeter. Darovskiya includes the confluence of the Koropa River tributary with the Ilvev River, which forms as the border between several districts.

  City
  Metro
  1. Sentralny
  2. Varoda
  3. Tobravak
  4. Upravsiya
  5. Ilmenovic
  6. Varoda
  7. Berekan
  8. Solivosk
  9. Niposti
  10. Solneski
  11. Arzastal
  12. Murovo
  13. Kevoraci
  14. Yuskeby
  15. Botanesk
  16. Zalevcki
  17. Labiganorto
  18. Makhaninsk
  19. Schyogiyev
  20. Usopukhov
  21. Khabanzhik
  22. Gurgavyi

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