Noé

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Noé
Federal District of Noé
Oluwayemisi I Bridge across Lake Zaria, the Ìbẹmìílò Temple, the Monument of Ayori Unity, development along the Alaigbo River and the interior of the Ayori Library.
Flag of Noé
Flag
Nicknames: 
City of Balance
Country Ayorin
Established1802
Incorporated8 August 2000
Districts
5 districts
Government
 • TypeFederal city
Area
 • Land40 km2 (20 sq mi)
Elevation
10 m (30 ft)
Population
 (2016)
 • Total244,239
Time zone[[UTCTUC-2]]
Nominal GDP2018
 - Total0.000 billion (11th)
₭0.000 billion PPP
 - Per capita00,000 (2nd)
₭00,000 PPP
 - GrowthIncrease 12.5%
HDI (2016)0.863 (2nd) – very high
AbbreviationNE / IN
City flowerYellow lotus
LanguagesImo (Central Imo dialect)
Breislandic (Ayorin Breislandic)

Noé, officially the Federal District of Noé ([ Ijoba Agbègbè ti Noé] error: {{lang-xx}}: text has italic markup (help)), is a federal territory of the Federation of Ayorin. Noé was selected in 2000 as the site of the new national capital of Ayorin from territory of the State of Kokoro to ease congestion in Ayorin's current capital and largest city, Akurun, and encourage investment in the country's eastern region. Prior to this decision, Noé had been a relatively sleepy village of 10,000 residents, mostly subsidence farmers and fishermen. Since 2012, the Government of Ayorin has relocated numerous ministries and agencies to Noé, but many still reside in other cities - principally Akurun, where the Supreme Court and all foreign embassies remain.

As of today development continues, but major landmarks and transportation links to other major cities in Ayorin have been completed and the city is scheduled to be completed in 2025, in which all government entities will be relocated to the city. It is one of the fastest growing cities in Kaftia.