|City of Puerto Francisco|
Skyline of Puerto Francisco
Puerto del Sur, Salvador del Sur
Մե րեծփերդո, Me recuerdo,
Je me souviens (I remember)
|Returned to Creeperopolis||1611|
|Current status||19 February 2005|
|Named for||François le Grand|
|• Type||Elected mayor-council|
|• Mayor||Clément Duchamp (SD)|
|Highest elevation||105 ft (32 m)|
|Lowest elevation||0 ft (0 m)|
| • Estimate |
|Time zone||AMT–3 (ATL)|
Puerto Francisco (Creeperian Spanish – Creeperian: Պփերտո Ֆրանծիսծո; literally translated as: Port Francis), originally known as Puerto del Sur (Southern Port), later known as and sometimes still referred to as Port François (Quebecshirite for Port Francis), sometimes called Salvador del Sur (South Salvador), and officially known as the City of Puerto Francisco, is a city in the department of Salvador, just south of the city of Salvador. It is one of the largest settlements on the Bay of Salvador. As a former colony of Quebecshire from 1313 to 1611, the city hosts a large majority population of ethnic Quebecshirites.
The area which is modern-day Puerto Francisco was first settled in the year 950BC as a military outpost of the Kingdom of Cuscatlán. The first settlement was called Tlauhkampaernueyatltlan, translating from Proto-Old Creeperian roughly as "East Sea Place" or "Eastern Sea Settlement." In 892BC, the military commander, Xicohtencatl of the military outpost, which by then had already formed into a proper city with a growing population of 6,000 people, declared independence as the Kingdom of Tlauhkampa. He ordered the execution of 20 overseeing officials from the Kingdom of Cuscatlán and went to war with the kingdom. He allied himself with various other cities and kingdoms in the eastern reaches of the kingdom and decisively defeated the armies of Cuscatlán in the battles of Tenayuca and Chalco.