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From top left: CBD #2, NAME Bridge, CBD #1 and the Ampuria Opera, Ampuria Cathedral, NAME Street, and skyline of Ampuria from ?? River.
From top left: CBD #2, NAME Bridge, CBD #1 and the Ampuria Opera, Ampuria Cathedral, NAME Street, and skyline of Ampuria from ?? River.
Federal territoryAmpuria DF
 • MayorTBD
 • Total2,477 km2 (956 sq mi)
 • Total16,456,281
 • Density6,600/km2 (17,000/sq mi)
Postal code

Ampuria is the capital and largest city of the Community of Volisania and the Pais de Volisanha as well as one of the largest cities in Illypnia. With a total population of around 21 million residents in its metropolitan area, Ampuria is one of the world's most populous cities, ranking as the world's ?th largest metropolitan area and the largest in the MOZ.




Mesogean Ampuria

Medieval Ampuria



Ampuria is located in the northwest of the Pais de Volisanha. The city is divided by the Bay of Ampuria, a natural harbor bounding the RIVER Estuary where the former Mesogean city was founded. Following the model of Theodosia, the historic peninsula is said to be characterized by seven hills, each topped by cathedrals. The easternmost of these hills is the site of NAME Palace on the PROMONTORY. Rising from the opposite side of the NAME River is another, conical hill, where the modern DISTRICT 1 is. Because of the topography, buildings in DISTRICT 1 were once constructed with the help of terraced retaining walls, and roads were laid out in the form of steps. DISTRICT 2 on the Western Bay side exhibits similarly hilly characteristics, with the terrain gradually extending down to the Mesogean coast, but the landscape in DISTRICT 3 and DISTRICT 4 is more abrupt, akin to a promontory. The highest point in Ampuria is NAME Hill, with an altitude of 288 meters. The northwest of Ampuria has a higher mean elevation compared to other areas, with locations surpassing 200 meters, and some coasts with steep cliffs resembling fjords, or the Shesasvlelis in Varkana, especially around the northern end of the Bay, where it opens up to the Mesogean Sea.


Ampuria has a Mesogean climate (Köppen climate classification: Csa). Its proximity to the Mesogean Sea and the Neptic Ocean aids in moderating the city's temperatures. As a result, Ampuria usually does not see the drier temperatures that are experienced in the adjacent interior. The summers are relatively hot and sunny and the winters are wet and mild.


One of the most recognizable landmark of the city is the Pont de la Badia, the tallest steel arch bridge in the world, which connects the districts of DISTRICT ? and DISTRICT ? across the Bay of Ampuria. The view of the bridge, the Bay, and the nearby Ampuria Opera House is widely regarded as an iconic image of Ampuria. The bridge is nicknamed "El Penjador" ("The Coathanger") because of its arch-based design.


Architecture and housing

Ampuria is primarily known for its Volisanian architecture, but its buildings reflect the various peoples and times that have previously transformed the city. Examples of Mesogean architecture remain visible in Ampuria alongside their Volisanian counterparts. Nothing of the architecture of the classical Aetolian period has survived, but Mesogean architecture has proved to be more durable. The obelisk erected by "Theodosius" in the Hippodrome of Ampuria is still visible in NAME Square, and a section of the NAME Aqueduct, constructed in the late 4th century, stands relatively intact at the western edge of DISTRICT ?.

Ampuria surpass both Koblenz and Castejon real estate prices, having some of the most expensive in the world.

Parks and open spaces


Ethnic groups


Much like the rest of Volisania, Ampuria is predominantly Christian, and the city has been an important center of religion and pilgrimage for centuries. Before the arrival of the Christians in Ampuria, the Religio Mesogea (literally, the "Mesogean Religion"; in practice the Mesogean variant of Armazism) was the major religion of the city in classical antiquity. The first gods held sacred by the Ampurians were Jupiter, the Most High, and Neptune, the god of the sea, according to tradition. Other deities such as TBD and TBD were honored. Ampuria was also the base of several mystery cults, such as TBD.

DUDE is the Patron Saint of Ampuria and protector of the city, as decreed by Pope DUDE in YEAR. Ampuria is home to the Ampuria Cathedral, the fourth-largest church in the world as well as the largest Gothic church.



Ampuria's gross regional product in 2016 was almost ₭TBD trillion, around a quarter of the Volisan gross domestic product. U/C


Ampuria's finance industry is based in DISTRICT ? and DISTRICT ?, the two major business districts in Ampuria. Ampuria is one of the pre-eminent financial centers of the world as the most important location for international finance. It took over as a major financial center shortly after 1795 when Sula collapsed before the Engelbertian armies. For many bankers established in Cloich, this was only time to move to Ampuria. The Ampuria financial elite was strengthened by strong Jewish and Dinaric communities capable of mastering the most sophisticated financial tools of the time. This unique concentration of talents accelerated the transition from the Commercial Revolution to the Industrial Revolution. By the end of the 19th century, Volisania was the wealthiest of all nations, and London a leading financial center. Still, as of 2020, Ampuria is second in the world rankings on the Global Financial Centers Index (GFCI).

Ampuria is home to the Bank of Volisania, the Ampuria Stock Exchange, major private banks such as Bank 1 and Bank 2, as well as professional services firms Guinovart and Marxuach i Valls.


Ampuria was the 4th-most-visited city in the world by international visitors and the most visited city in the Mesogean, with 20 million international visitors in 2020. Top sights include NAME Museum (10 million visitors in 2020), NAME Museum (10 million), Ampuria Cathedral (9 million), the NAME Palace (8 million), the NAME Museum (7 million), the Ampuria Opera House (8 million), Basilica Cistern (4 million), and the NAME Palace (3 million). The largest numbers of foreign tourists who come to Greater Ampuria are Burawi, Breislandic, Echian, Aetolian, Kandari, and Wiselish.


The Port of Ampuria is the second-largest in Volisania, handling TBD million tons of cargo each year.

Media and technology

Media companies are concentrated in Ampuria and the media distribution industry is Ampuria's second most competitive sector. Major television channels such as TBD, TBD and TBD have headquarters around the city. Most national newspapers are edited in Ampuria.

A growing number of technology companies are based in Ampuria notably in DISTRICT ?.


Ampuria has a long history, dating back to the Antiquity, of producing luxury goods for the aristocracy and the wealthy. The city is known as the global capital of fashion with major brands such as NAME, NAME and NAME headquartered in the city.


Political structure

Elections and government

Federal government


Public transit

The Ampuria Metro is the oldest, second most used and fifth longest metro system in the world, inaugurated in 1894. The system serves 385 stations and a system length of 362.3 kilometers.


Ampuria is the third busiest city airport system in the world, handling 167 million passengers in 2017. Its main airports consist of Ampuria-Beatriu, Ampuria-Rossinyol, Ampuria-Stansted, Ampuria-Platja, and Ampuria-Tegel.


A central hub of the national rail network, Ampuria's five major railway stations (Estació TBD, Estació TBD, Estació TBD, Estació TBD, Estació TBD) and a minor one (Estació TBD) are connected to three networks: the HSR serving four high-speed rail lines, the normal speed INTERCITY trains, and the suburban rails (Ampuria RER).




Tertiary education

Primary and secondary education









Football is the most popular sport in Ampuria and the city is the home of three major clubs competing in La Primera, the country's top professional football division. These are "Real Madrid", "Chelsea" and "Atletico Madrid". The city also hosts annually the Volisan Open, the oldest and most prestigious of the Grand Slam tennis tournaments, and the Volisan Großer Preis of Formel 1.

International relations

Twin towns – sister cities

See also