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Jåxåxbørgk (Dutch: Jasjasburg) is the capital of Çødejlåndt. The city is also an independent city in and capital of Jåxåxlåndt. With a population of 1,115,891, it is the largest city in Çødejlåndt. The metropolitan area, including Jåxåxbørgk and neighboring municipalities, is home to 2,112,642 people. Jåxåxbørgk is considered the capital of the Centrejlåndin, though this has no political significance. Gødtfëxlåndt is located on the Sånktboboshåb, named after the patron saint of Jåxåxbørgk and Jåxåxlåndt, St. Bobo.


Though archaeological artifacts evidence nearly a thousand years of continuous settlement at Jåxåxbørgk, the modern city is relatively young, dating only from 1791, when it replaced Krëstjånsbørgk as capital under the terms of the Declaration of Peace, ending the hundred year-long Warring States Period (Bøzejtåjmin).

In 1815, Çødejlåndt was inexplicably ceded to the nascent United Kingdom of the Netherlands by the Congress of Vienna. Still emerging from a period of internal strife, the Çødej Army was unable to defeat the Dutch. After a short, but fierce, war, the Chief General of the Çødjërin, Håns Hånsson, surrendered to the Dutch at Åfålbørgk. Jåxåxbørgk was relegated to the status of distant provincial capital, though the Çødej monarchy was permitted to remain in power, albeit with its authority markedly curtailed.


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Cityscape, Neighborhoods, and Landmarks

Jåxåxbørgk is situated on a narrow peninsula that separates Sånktboboshåb from the Atlantic Ocean. The main street, Sånktbobosstråb, runs up the peninsula roughly halfway between the two bodies of water. Sånktbobosstråb is lined with pastel-colored buildings housing government offices, fine dining establishments, and embassies. At the southern end of Sånktbobosstråb is Çødjërinsplåc, the largest square in the country. The square is bounded on the south, east, and west by the Kønigejpålåst (the Royal Palace), the Låndin-Generål (the national parliament), and the Constitutional Court, respectfully. The 1857 Çødej Constitution, still in effect today, was drafted in the building that now houses the Constitutional Court. Behind the Constitutional Court stands Jøstëciplåc, surrounded by the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court of Civil Appeals, the Supreme Court of Criminal Appeals, and the Supreme Administrative Court, which hears claims brought against government agencies.


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