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by The Federal Republic Patagonia of 5years. . 19 reads.

Providence

The City of Providence

Motto: Birthplace of Patagonia






Downtown


Rainbow Stairs, Downtown


Capital Building of the Federal Republic of Patagonia


President's Residence of the Federal Republic of Patagonia


Supreme Court of the Federal Republic of Patagonia


Art Museum of Providence








Goverment Center


Providence University


Providence Harbor



Golden Gate Bridge of Patagonia built in 1947, is the only way in or out of town


Providence Union Station


Providence Commuter Rail

Location West Coast (50 miles south of Rainy Day Harbor)


Population: 36,000
Metro Population:: 50,000
-Density: 240 people per square mile


Official Language: English



National Language: English


Demonym: Providencer

Establishment: 1791
Village: 1799
Town: 1801
City: 1810


Land Area: 150 mile˛
Metro Land Area: 7,300 mile˛
km˛
Water Area: km˛
Water %:


Elevation
Highest Point: Mount Pleasant
Lowest Point: Pacific Ocean


GDP (nominal): $1.44 billion
GDP (nominal) per capita: $40,000


Human Development Index (NS Version): .801


Currency: Patagonian Dollar (PAD($))


Time Zone: Pacific Patagonia Time


Drives on the: Right


Calling code: +23(100)


Internet TLD: .pa

Providence is the former capital of the Colony of Patagonia from 1799 to 1961. As of August 2023 Providence is the capital of Patagonia. Today it's population is 36,000. The Capital Building, President's Residence, and Supreme Court were built in the 1870's and 1880's. The City is persevered by the Government of Patagonia. Several trolley lines run through the city. A commuter rail system connects the city to Rainy Day Harbor and smaller villages and towns in the area.

The City is famous for it's Victorian and colonial architecture. The city is a haven and destination for the LGBT community and artists. Upto 1,000,000 people visit the city each year. Tourist attractions include Historic Downtown, the Historic Government Center, Art Museum of Providence, Providence University and the Golden Gate Bridge of Patagonia. The top economic development in the city includes government, education, finance, business, tech, and tourism.

The Golden Gate Bridge of Patagonia and the Providence Harbor are the only ways out of the city. The Golden Gate Bridge of Patagonia was built in 1947 and is one lane with a wooden deck. It is tolled and the price is $5 PAD or $2.50 USD per vehicle. The Trans-Patagonia Railway terminates at the Providence Union Station.

In 2023 there was a proposal by the citizens group Capital Providence to move the capital from Victoria back to Providence to revitalize the city. The government has ignored the group. There is over 1.5 million signatures on the proposal. The government stated that if 200,000 people sign a proposal then they would consider it. As of June 2023 the government has released no comment to Capital Providence.

As of August 2023 the city of Providence became the Capital of the Federal Republic of Patagonia. The city has seen it's population exploded. It's trolley system and commuter system is heavily in use.

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