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Federal State of Cybercity
  Capital City of the United Socialist States  
Logo of Cybercity
Nickname(s): The Great City
Motto: God & Liberty
Micronation Pé Pérsico
Gobernment Pé CyberCity
Stablished February, 2006
 - Governor Gamaliel Rodriguez
Population (August 2017)
 - Total 18
 - Area Metropolitana 27
  2017 estimate
Demonym Cyberian
Location United Socialist States

Cybercity, officially the Federal State of Cybercity, is considered the Capital City and the most populated in Pérsico. Formerly known as District City, it is a socialist federative entity, considered the capital of the micronation. It is located in the Persian valley at an average altitude of 2240 meters. CyberCity covers an area of 1,495 square kilometers and is administratively divided into sixteen territorial demarcations. As of 2021, its population is around 8.9 million inhabitants.


The history of Cybercity is composed of a series of events that marked the nation, these milestones are the ones that officially gave way to the country, so at first, it was decided that it would be called District City so that when the official stability was formed of Pérsico, the government decided to give it autonomy, it is considered the capital since it is the headquarters of the National Army of Persico, the Founding House headquarters of the Micronational Parliament and also the headquarters of the Constitution of Persico.


The form of Government of CyberCity, is composed every 3 years together with the elections of the Nation, has a Governor who is in charge of administering the internal laws of the City, it is made up of 16 Territorial Demarcations which are:

Demarcaciones Territoriales de CyberCity
Demarcación Población (2010) Superficie (km²) Densidad de habitantes (km²) Código postal
Álvaro Obregón 727 034 96,17 7,347 01000 - 01999
Azcapotzalco 414 711 33,66 12,635 02000 - 02999
Benito Juárez 385 439 26,63 13,331 03000 - 03999
Coyoacán 620 416 54,40 11,545 04000 - 04999
Cuajimalpa de Morelos 186 391 74,58 2,328 05000 - 05999
Cuauhtémoc 531 831 32,40 16,090 06000 - 06999
Gustavo A. Madero 1 185 772 94,07 12,683 07000 - 07999
Iztacalco 384 326 23,30 16,953 08000 - 08999
Iztapalapa 1 815 786 117,00 15,563 09000 - 09999
Magdalena Contreras 239 086 74,58 3,069 10000 - 10999
Miguel Hidalgo 372 889 46,99 7,523 11000 - 11999
Milpa Alta 130 582 228,41 507 12000 - 12999
Tláhuac 360 265 85,34 4,032 13000 - 13999
Tlalpan 650 567 312 2,085 14000 - 14999
Venustiano Carranza 430 978 33,40 13,396 15000 - 15999
Xochimilco 415 007 122,00 3,427 16000 - 16999

Law & Order

Law and order in Cybercity are controlled through the Cybercity Security Department, which is presided over by the Secretary in turn.

Geography & Climate

Photo of Cerro de la B, in the Territorial Demarcation Gustavo A. Madero.

The urban area has a temperate rainy climate, an average of 16.6 ° C, with maximum temperatures above 28 ° C on some days at the end of spring; On some winter days, temperatures drop to 0 ° C in the historic center of the city, to −1 ° C in the UNAM and to −5 ° C in peripheral areas. The wet season in the city runs from May to November, although the rainfall is higher between the months of June and August. The pattern of rainfall indicates that they are more abundant the higher the altitude of a site. For this reason, the lower parts near the lake of Lake Texcoco tend to be drier than the summits of the Ajusco. In the same way, the altitude conditions the temperature and the ecosystems in the City District. The area that includes the north of Iztapalapa, the territories of Iztacalco and Venustiano Carranza and the east of Gustavo A. Madero is the driest and most temperate region.

Extreme weather events can occur in the city, such as hailstorms, which usually occur between May and September with an average annual frequency of nine episodes, 43 and small tornadoes, which can occur from time to time. Snowfalls were a phenomenon of the sporadic occurrence until the 1920s. The period between 1878 and 1895 was characterized by the presence of cold winters, 44 of which only in 1880 did not present a winter storm.44 As a result of the near extinction of Lake Texcoco and the growth of the city and with it the urban heat island, which cause higher temperatures and that the phenomenon of snowfall due to the lake effect no longer occurs, the probability that snowfall will occur again is practically zero. The last snowfall in the city occurred in 1967 when the population was 7 million.


Cybercity main elevations
250px-Cumbres del Ajusco.jpgCumbres del Ajusco
Name altitud|msnm
Volcán Ajusco 3 930
Volcán Tláloc 3 690
Volcán Pelado 3 620
Volcán Cuauhtzin 3 510
Volcán Chichinauhtzin 3 490

The flatness of the Persico Valley, where most of Cybercity's inhabitants settle, is only interrupted by small hills and hills, of which the Peñón de los Baños stands out, located near the Cybercity International Airport. Further southeast, at the exit to Puebla, rises the Peñón Viejo.


Most of the capitals profess the Catholic religion, 63 being in 2010 7 299 242 people who admitted this creed. Although for the purposes of the express question of what religion they practice, many tend to say that they are believers, which means that they consider themselves adept at Catholicism, but are not regular practitioners.

The composition of believers in Cybercity is composed in this way:

Religion Population
Catholic 7 299 242
Protestant / Pentecostal / Christian / Evangelical 476 242
Historic or Reformed Protestant (Anabaptist, Mennonite, Church of the Nazarene, Methodist, Presbyterian, and others) 18 062
Biblical different from evangelical religion (Adventists, Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses 121 151


Indigenous languages spoken in CyberCity
Indigenous languages Habitants
Náhuatl 37.450
Otomí 17.083
Mixteco 16.268
Zapoteco 14.117
Mazahua 9.631

There are other languages spoken in CyberCity, these languages do not have national language status but if they are taught and spoken in their communities, English is undoubtedly the most widely spoken and studied language after Spanish, followed by French German, Italian, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Catalan, Basque, Portuguese, Roma, Russian, Yiddish, Quechua and Hebrew.