Capital City (Zairskaya)
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|— de facto capital of the DSRZ —|
|Country||Democratic Socialist Republic of Zairskaya|
|- Total||78 km2 (30.1 sq mi)|
|Elevation||565-618 m (−1,463 ft)|
The town is located in the Salzach Valley of the Eastern Alps, between the Salzburg Slate Alps in the north, the Radstadt Tauern (part of the Niedere Tauern range) in the southeast and the Ankogel Group (Hohe Tauern) in the southwest.
The town lies in the center of the Alfa Sector.
Due to its picturesque setting, the area largely depends on tourism, Alpine skiing in winter and hiking in the summer months. A dramatic gorge called Liechtensteinklamm lies south of the town. This gorge is about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) long and can be explored via walkways first built by Prince Johann II of Liechtenstein in 1875.