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Z12, -22.94 °S, 123.27 °E
Palacio de Maíz
Official Name:
Ciudad de Palacio de Maíz
Other Names:
Santa Mónica, Palacio

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Ciudad in the Flag of the Ardispheric Federation Ardispheric Federation
Status Sede (Seat) of Comuna
Federal Subject Flag of Departamento Libertad Departamento Libertad
Comuna Comuna Menores
Geography
Elevation 34 m
Area tbd km2
Population
Demonym Maizan, maiceño, moniqueño, palaco
Population 51,000 (2014)
Density tbd/km2
Government
Mayor (Alcalde) Políxena de Vongle
Transport
Airports No
Passenger Rail Regional - 1 line
Metro No
Tram No



Palacio de Maíz (also called by its colonial-era name "Santa Mónica"), is a small city in the Ardispherian federal subject of Departamento Libertad, situated on a tributary of the Río Albañiles near the southwestern corner of the Departamento and about 25 km southeast of Cerro y Casa, just downstream and a little bit east of the junction of the Río Gris with the Río Albañiles. The seat and largest city of Comuna Menores, "Palacio" is notable as a center for agriculture and as a railroad town. It is famous for the eccentric building which gives the town its name, a mansion of nearly 500 rooms constructed by the agricultural and railroad entrepreneur Salvino Meléndez de Beers in the 1870s, which is now a museum and major tourist attraction.

Palacio de Maíz's current population is about 51,000 inhabitants, in a land area of TBD km2, for a density of TBD persons per km2.

Geography

History

Pre-Colonial Period

Colonial Period

Early Federation Period

Modern Era

Economy

Transportation

Culture

Education

Sibling Cities

Palacio de Maíz has several sibling cities, as per the guidelines of Sibling Cities of the World:

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See Also

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