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|City of Sirocco|
|Country||Federal Commonwealth of Sirocco|
|Territorial authorities||Havilland and Wellesley Shire|
|Established||23 July 2012|
|Time zone||NZST (UTC+12)|
|- Summer (DST)||NZDT (UTC+13)|
|Area code||+645 40|
Havilland is named for the former de Havilland aeroplane company. The name was chosen due to the high interest in aeroplanes in Wellesley province. Its Siroccan name, Hävecous, is a direct transliteration of its English name — Häve is derived from the first syllable of its name whilst cous is the Siroccan word for land.
Havilland was formed on 23 July 2012 after it was confirmed that Wellesley province was to move following the sale and pending dissolution of the city of Brookfield, leaving the province requiring a new seat of government. After a week of deliberation, the Ministry of the Commonwealth, the Siroccan Cartographic Association and the Siroccan Topographical and Territorial Union Survey announced on July 27 that a name had been chosen for the new city, this being Havilland.
Havilland served as the Siroccan capital between 12pm NZDT on 20 February 2013 and 9am on 24 February 2013. It was succeeded by Rathlyn.
|Preceded by:||Capital of Sirocco||Succeded by:|
|Alston, Cambria||20 February 2013 - 24 February 2013||Rathlyn, Hobson|