Madakia

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Madakia
City
Royal City of Madakia
Madakia at night.
Madakia at night.
Flag of Madakia
Flag
Official seal of Madakia
Seal
Madakia is located in Tikata
Madakia
Madakia
Location of Madakia in Tikata
Madakia is located in Internatia
Madakia
Madakia
Madakia (Internatia)
Coordinates: 50°56′N 115°14′E / 50.93°N 115.23°E / 50.93; 115.23Coordinates: 50°56′N 115°14′E / 50.93°N 115.23°E / 50.93; 115.23
Country  Tikata
State  Madakia
Settled 1214
Government
 • Type Mayor–Council
 • Body Madakia City Council
 • Mayor Oscar Pande
Area
 • Total 890.78 km2 (343.93 sq mi)
Population (2013)
 • Total 3,316,284
 • Rank 1st
 • Density 3,700/km2 (9,600/sq mi)
 • Urban 4,156,789 (1st)
 • Metro 5,364,257
Demonym(s) Madakian
Time zone FIT (UTC+3:00)


Madakia is the capital and largest city of Tikata. The population of the city is roughly 3.2 and the entire population of the Madakia metropolitan area is calculated to be around 4.1 million. It is one the largest cities in Internatia, and its metropolitan area is the biggest in East Internatia.

The city is located on the Culevika river in the Northeast of the country and the center of State of Madakia (which comprises the city of Madakia, its conurbation and extended suburbs and villages); this state is bordered by the states of Hulara and Roberdio. As the capital city of Tikata, seat of government, and residence of the Tikatan monarch, Madakia is also the political, economic and cultural centre of Tikata. The current mayor is Oscar Pande.

Districts[edit]

Madakia is administratively divided into 17 districts, which are further subdivided into 113 wards.

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Madakia districts. The numbers correspond with the list in the left


  1. Center
  2. Imperial
  3. Ferdinanda
  4. Salamanya
  5. Visodad
  6. Ruguete-Tambidare
  7. Sardod
  8. Pardot
  9. Planta-Hrin
  10. Lezza
  11. Setnarba
  12. Norte
  13. Lezza Sur
  14. Mora Tula
  15. Este
  16. Gardena
  17. Xaleto


Preceded by
Lacrea Ción
Internatia Song Contest
Host City

35th
Succeeded by
Tonallán Tlahuilco