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Administrative divisions of the Dale Republic
The territorial organization of the Dale Republic is regulated by the Dale Montering, which organized the Dale Republic into 3 autonomous districts, Woking district, Kingfield district and Horsell district. The 3 districts were further split into 9 smaller Provinces.
|Woking||Woking City||Capital district and city|
|Kingfield||Kingfield City||Liberal-Conservative Party||James Hunt||Cultural Capital|
Dale Republic cities are determined by them being an area of political, cultural or economic significants, this would usually refer to distict capitals. However the City of St. John's is an exception because of its cultural and economic significant as home of the Dale national football team and long border with the Basingstoke(or Woking) Canal.
|Kingfield City||Kingfield||James Hunt|
|City of St. John's||Woking|
|Woking City||Woking||Capital City|
Towns are determined as areas with political or economic significant but are too small, not determined as or not considered cities. The most common reason for a town is because it is a border town. However they are also choosen because of population or usefulness of the town.
- Berry Town - Border Town
- Brookwood - Border Town and Train Station
- Jacobswell - Border Town
- Knaphill - Population
- Woking Castle Green - Border Town
- Worplesdon - Train station
- Byfleet - Border Town
- Parvis Town - Important Infrastructure and Border Town
- Pryford - Border Town
- Old Woking - Border Town
- West Byfleet - Train Station
- Sheerwater - Border Town
- Woodlands Town - Border Town
Villages are determined as low populated areas to low significance or importantance in terms of politics, culture and economics.
- Heath Village
- Hook Heath
- Sutton Green
- Pyrford Green
Communities are determined as high population ares without significant Infrastructure but have some politics, culture and economics importantance.
- Goldsworth Park - Dale national football team training and reserve playing ground.
Outposts are determined as extremly low populated areas normally consiting of houses along a single road and have no politics, culture and economics importantance.
- Chobham Outpost
- Woking Castle Green
- Horsell Outpost
|Scott Island district||President of the Dale Republic|