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|— Town and capital of Derskov-Viadalvia —|
|Founded||2 March 2014|
|- Mayor||Mishou Morsi (UP)|
Kosta(Viadalvian:Kostas) is the capital of the Derskov-Viadalvia and seat of power of its Derskov-Viadalvian Government, and is the joint (with Hansborg) most populated Derskov-Viadalvian town in the Union. The town is the policital centre of Derskov-Viadalvia, being the site of its foundation in 2014. It is the only local-level administrative division in Derskov-Viadalvia to have an exclave, East Kosta.
Kosta is named after the river in the netherlands which runs past the Kosta,
The area now comprising Kosta was, in the 20th century, part of the Tuinvereniging Tochthoek in Zoetermeer, held by the city council after the bulding of zoetermeer
Kosta was founded on 2 march as Snezhangrad due the fact Derskovia was in Snezhanopol the first piece of sovereign Derskov-Viadalvian territory.when Derskov-Viadalvia is founded it become the capital of Derskov-Viadalvia and was for 2 months capital of Snezhanopol
The current Representative of Kosta is Mishou Morsi, who was elected on 2013. He replaced his Brother Shady Morsi he had won an election against him
Kosta consists of:
The Parlement Buldung
The biggest shed which is the residence of the parlement and nominal meeting place of Parliament, with an adjoining driveway and patio, built in the late 1980s.
A lawn, grassfield and trees between the City of Kosta and South Kosta, home to all sorts of wildlife and the frequent visiting place of the city. It features the Foudation pole,
Named after the urban of Kosta, is a small area of cemented-over with bigger sheds and more green
East Kosta is situated apart from the rest of the Town, separated by about one third of a mile of the Derskov-Viadalvian Republic. Comprised of a skate park, it is an embassy of Lytse Griene and enjoys extraterritoriality,