Historic City

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Historic cities are found in Age II.


List of Historic Cities[edit | edit source]

Name State Brief History
St. Gallen
(369, 657)
Lombardy St. Gallen is the capital of the canton of St. Gallen in Switzerland. It evolved from the hermitage of Sait Gall, founded in the 7th century. The founding of St. Gallen is based on the Irish monk Gallus (ca. 550-620 or 640), who built a hermitage at the river Steinach in 612. Around 720, one hundred years after Gallus's death, the Alemannian priest Othmar built an abbey and gave it the name Abbey of St. Gallen.
Atlantis

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Friesland

List of Historic Cities[edit | edit source]

Name State Brief History
Vigevano
(567, 747)
Vigevano Vigevano is a town and commune in the province of Pavia, Lombardy, northern Italy. The earliest notices of Vigevano date from the 10th century AD, when it was a favoured residence of the Lombard king Arduin, for the sake of the good hunting in the vicinity. Vigevano was a Ghibelline commune, favoring the Emperor and was accordingly beseiged and taken by the Milanese in 1201 and again in 1275. In 1328 it finally surrendered to Azzone Visconti and thereafter shared the political fortunes of Milan.