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[[Lanwaley]] is a major city and provincial capital of [[Iraqwi]] in Burawa. It is part of the greater [[Central Burawa Economic Zone]] and is a designated [[Metropolitian Administration (Burawa)|Metropolitian Administration]] type city. Lanwaley was established in 1865 as a merger of nearby villages to act as the provincial capital of Iraqwi. The city is a [[wikipedia:planned city|planned city]] designed earlier in the 1850s to move away from the [[Iraqwi People|Iraqwi]] dominated former capital, [[Rigomane]]. The city rapidly grew through the 1930's with the introduction of the [[Central Kaftian Railway | (CKR)]] that connected the city with much of Greater Kaftia.
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[[Lanwaley]] is a major city and provincial capital of [[Iraqwi]] in Burawa. It is part of the greater [[Central Burawa Economic Zone]] and is a designated [[Metropolitian Administration (Burawa)|Metropolitian Administration]] type city. Lanwaley was established in 1865 as a merger of nearby villages to act as the provincial capital of Iraqwi. The city is a [[wikipedia:planned city|planned city]] designed earlier in the 1850s to move away from the [[Iraqwi People|Iraqwi]] dominated former capital, [[Rigomane]]. The city rapidly grew through the 1930's with the introduction of the [[Central Kaftian Railway |Central Kaftian Railway (CKR)]] that connected the city with much of Greater Kaftia.
  
Since it's inception the city has become a melting pot of cultures, housing the largest immigrant populations (22%) of any city in Burawa. The city itself has an estimated population of 3,124,032 and a metropolitan population of 5,453,761. Lanwaley is one of the fastest growing cities in Kaftia, stemming most of its growth from migration from central and northern Kaftian regions.
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Since its inception the city has become a melting pot of cultures, housing the largest immigrant populations (22%) of any city in Burawa. The city itself has an estimated population of 3,124,032 and a metropolitan population of 5,453,761. Lanwaley is one of the fastest growing cities in Kaftia, stemming most of its growth from migration from central and northern Kaftian regions.
  
 
Lanwaley boasts a strong and vibrant economy fueled by a trillion dollar commodities, futures, and derivatives market. The city's core is a special economic zone that grants companies low corporate taxes enabling many large firms to establish branches there.
 
Lanwaley boasts a strong and vibrant economy fueled by a trillion dollar commodities, futures, and derivatives market. The city's core is a special economic zone that grants companies low corporate taxes enabling many large firms to establish branches there.

Revision as of 16:22, 3 December 2019

Lanwaley
—  Metropolitian Administration  —
Lanwaley is located in Burawa
Lanwaley
Coordinates :
Country Burawa
Province Iraqwi
Established 1 May 1865
Government
 • Type Metropolitian Administration
 • Metropolitian Head Uye Bhen
Elevation 224 m (735 ft)
Population (2015)
 • Metropolitian Administration 3,124,032
 • Urban 3,124,032
 • Metro 5,453,761
Area code(s) 412

Lanwaley is a major city and provincial capital of Iraqwi in Burawa. It is part of the greater Central Burawa Economic Zone and is a designated Metropolitian Administration type city. Lanwaley was established in 1865 as a merger of nearby villages to act as the provincial capital of Iraqwi. The city is a planned city designed earlier in the 1850s to move away from the Iraqwi dominated former capital, Rigomane. The city rapidly grew through the 1930's with the introduction of the Central Kaftian Railway (CKR) that connected the city with much of Greater Kaftia.

Since its inception the city has become a melting pot of cultures, housing the largest immigrant populations (22%) of any city in Burawa. The city itself has an estimated population of 3,124,032 and a metropolitan population of 5,453,761. Lanwaley is one of the fastest growing cities in Kaftia, stemming most of its growth from migration from central and northern Kaftian regions.

Lanwaley boasts a strong and vibrant economy fueled by a trillion dollar commodities, futures, and derivatives market. The city's core is a special economic zone that grants companies low corporate taxes enabling many large firms to establish branches there.

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