List of cities in Great Morstaybishlia

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Great Morstaybishlia has a population of 453,859,472 in 2017 (3rd), with a population of 76.7 people per square kilometre or 198.7 people per square mile. This is a list of official cities in Great Morstaybishlia as of 2017. It lists those places that have been granted city status by letters patent or royal charter.

History

The first cities in Aurora started in places around Great Morstaybishlia. It is believed these cities existed below the Jubrione and above the Staynish Sea before it separated into lakes which evaporated over time. Record of ancient stone structures exist in sparsity because these settlements are believed to have been usually made out of ephemeral structures like wood and clay.

There are only two cities from antiquity (before the 5th century) in Great Morstaybishlia. Huveter and Exkhayn. Most cities that have survived until modern day came from the middle ages (between the late 5th century and 15th century). Famous examples include Sani Bursil and Damezkador amongst others. There were no new cities between the 1640s and the 1770s, but Morstaybishlia experienced an accelerated process of economic change that transformed a largely agrarian economy into one of the world's first industrial economies between the 1780s and the 1830s. following the Industrial Revolution and the accompanying population boom and growth in urbanisation, larger towns that experienced this the most were granted city status by royal charter and became the first cities of the new era, most notably Kirdintayos (est. 1842) and Aurus (est. 1847). The most recent area granted city status was Grunwane in 2016 to mark the Silver Jubilee of Lambertus VII.

List of cities

City Year granted
or confirmed
Cathedral (pre-1889) City council Nation/Region Image Population
Bursil time immemorial Bursil Cathedral Local government district
(Metropolitan borough)
Staynes 17,450,424
Celidizia 1624 Celidizia Cathedral Local government district
(Metropolitan borough)
Staynes 9,615,493
Verhana 1230s Verhana Cathedral Local government district
(Metropolitan borough)
Staynes 6,530,211
Gersega 1445 Gersega Cathedral Local government district
(Metropolitan borough)
Staynes 5,632,889
Keveri 1755 Keveri Cathedral Local government district
(Metropolitan borough)
Staynes File:Keveri city arial.jpg 3,035,503
Damezkador 655 AD Cathedral of Damezkador Local government district
(Metropolitan borough)
Kaltarus 8,771,347 (metro. 15,168,111)
Fort Jubrayn 614 BC Cathedral of the Holy Morstaybishlian Sea Local government district
(Metropolitan borough)
Staynes File:Fort Jubrayn skyline.jpg 3,568,118
Redrugus 710 AD Cathedral of the Red King Local government district
(Metropolitan borough)
Staynes 220px 2,618,192
Fort Staynes 1168 Fort Staynnica Cathedral Local government district Staynes 220px 1,898,167
Jersia City 518 AD Jersia Cathedral Local government district Staynes 220px 1,649,287
Fort Bersius 1233 Royal Bersius Cathedral Local government district Staynes 220px 1,388,878
Fort Vitrayn 1340 Vitrayn Cathedral Local government district Staynes 220px 1,178,140
Fort Ejard 1956 Not applicable Local government district Staynes File:Fort Ejard.jpg 1,008,945
Eskrador 1480 Church Cathedral of Eskrador Local government district
(Metropolitan borough)
Kaltarus 220px 3,818,912
Lambertupol 1745 Holy Church Cathedral of Lambertupolis Local government district
(Metropolitan borough)
Kaltarus 220px 3,712,896
Prosperior 1512 Prosperius Cathedral Local government district
(Metropolitan borough)
Kaltarus 220px 1,981,461
Aurus 1847 Not applicable Local government district Kaltarus 220px 1,615,123
Firanoute 1884 Firanoute Cathedral Local government district Kaltarus 220px 1,372,581
Nocturne 946 AD Church Cathedral of the Horn of Nocturne Local government district Kaltarus 220px 1,154,127