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From top clockwise: Sintraletún and Televyzjetoer; Senaatsgebou; Sjaard Nauta International centre; Yndyk Museum; Glas plak; Baardaplak; Fokkelstêd Cathedral; Witepoarte
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Country Alsland
CommunityDellish flag.png Delland
Government
 • BodySenaat
 • Minister-PresidentJapik Minnema (G-AK)
Population
(31 December 2017)
 • City/Province1,382,111
 • Urban
2,937,724
 • Metro
2,012,884
DemonymsYndyker
ISO 3166 codeAS-YD
Websitewww.yndyk.as/es/

Yndyk is the capital of Alsland and largest city of Alsland. Yndyk is the smallest of Alsland's 8 provinces in terms of area and the third smallest in terms of population. Yndyk's urban area is the largest urban area in Alsland. It has a population of 2.9 million and includes the cities of Hurdegaryp, Krikkested, Sachsenscheid and Rikertsted. Yndyk lies on the river Yn from which the city get's it's name from. Yndyk is the eighth largest city in Euclea in terms of Urban area.

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