Savotta

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Savotta
National Capital
Savotta, visible in the image is the spire of the Royal Cathedral (left) and the top of the Royal Government House (right).
Savotta, visible in the image is the spire of the Royal Cathedral (left) and the top of the Royal Government House (right).
Motto(s): 
“Fedeltà” (En. “Fidelity”)
CountrySalisford
Settled150 AD
Chartered1066 AD
Founded byUnknown
Named forLucius Savotta
Government
 • BodyForum Cittadino
 • Sindaco RealeSignore Giuseppe Amadi
 • Sindaco(s)
 • Admin HQSavotta Forum
Elevation
31 ft (9.48 m)
Population
 (2019)
 • Total3.2 million
Demonym(s)Savottan
Time zoneAMT-6
Area code(s)112
WebsiteSavotta.gov.sf

Savotta is the capital and most populous city in Salisford. It is one of the few cities in Salisford to hold both a Royal Charter and have a royally appointed Sindaco Reale. The city has a population of 3.2 million within its city limits, while the Savottan metropolitan area has an estimated 6.6 million total population.

The Royal Cathedral of Salisford is located within Savotta’s city limits. The Royal Cathedral is the traditional place where royal coronations, royal marriages, and other major religious ceremonies involving the Royal Family of Salisford are held. The Royal Cathedral is also the seat of the Archbishop of Savotta, who also holds the title of Primate of Salisford. However, the Patriarch of the Salforti Church is seated in the larger Basilica of San Tiberio.

Also within the city limits is the Palazzo Reale, which is the urban residence of the King of Salisford and current home of Francesco II’s Royal Court (Salisford). As such, it is the political center of Salisford as a whole. When court is not in session, the public parts of the Palazzo’s piano nobile is open for tours and tourism.

Savotta is located on the northwest coast of Salisford, and it is built on and around the Navo river delta. Historically, the Navo river has contributed much to Savotta’s growth because Savotta was the entrance foreign trade used to get into the navigable Navo river. North of Savotta is Cape Rejo, which is known for being the “northwest corner of Sur”.

Archeological evidence suggests that Savotta was first settled in 150 AD, after the Romanyan governor decided to have a military fortification built at the end of the Navo river.

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