|Motto: Dieu nous laisse choisir et tu juges
God let us choose and you judge (French)
|Capital city/Metropolis||Sacrée Republic|
|Settled by CSR||10 December 2018|
|Incorporated||24 April 2019 (City)|
|- Total||1 km2 (0.4 sq mi)|
|- Water||0 km2 (0 sq mi) 0%|
Citadelle or Citadel is the Capital city of the People's Federation of Quebec, the city was established in December 2018 and Incorporated in April of 2019. The city is home to the Supreme Council building, and the Estate of the President of Quebec. The city is know as the Heart of Quebec. It is 3 miles north of the nearest Town, Ville de blé.
The word "Citadelle" is the French transalation to citadel, which is the core fortified area of a town or city. It may be a castle, fortress, or fortified center. The term is a diminutive of "city" and thus means "little city", so called because it is a smaller part of the city of which it is the defensive core. Ancient Sparta had a citadel, as did many other Greek cities and towns.
Citadelle was orginally founded by the now defunct, Catholique Socialist Republic as a close administration area for the President of the CSR. After the collapse of the CSR, Citadelle became the legislative capital out of three different capitals in the Republic of Quebec, it would become the de jure capital of the former House of Representatives. In April it became to House of Commons and the de jure Parliament meeting center for both Kingdoms of Quebec, and currently it is now home to the House of the Supreme Council (includes both upper and lower houses), and it has been that way since.
The current administration of the capital is governed by officials in the Supreme Council, they may request changes, and new laws for the city.
Citadelle consists of:
A three-roomed building houses all councils of the People's Federation of Quebec, it is the de jure meeting place for government.
A hilly field, home to all sorts of wildlife and the frequent visiting place of the Presidential Family. It is currently planned to be the location of the Citadelle Museum of Baustralian War Atrocities.
A one way, imcomplete overgrown sidewalk paved around the 1970s-1980s and is a common dog walking path for citizens and is mostly used by the President.
The City of Citadelle is bordered by seven other communities.