Salvadora

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Salvador
Municipio de Salvador
—  Municipality  —
Municipality of Salvador
Sexton and Kilfoil drain in Salvadora

Flag

Coat of arms
Nickname(s):
"La Ciudad de Rojo y Oro"
Spanish for "The City of Red and Gold"[1]
Motto: Speramus Meliora; Resurget Cineribus
(Latin: We Hope For Better Things; It Shall Rise From the Ashes)[2]
Country  Paloma
Province Flag of the Águila Province.svg Pájaro
Settled by CSR 10 December 2018
Incorporated 24 April 2019 (City)
Barrios
Area
 - Total 1 km2 (0.4 sq mi)
 - Water 0 km2 (0 sq mi)  0%

Salvadora (Template:IPA-es) is a municipality located east of Hatillo and is south of Paloma City, the de facto capital city of Paloma. Salavadora is the smallest municipality in Pajaro by area. It is spread over 3 barrios and Salvadora Pueblo (the downtown area and the administrative center of the city). Its population in 2020 was 96,440. and special administrative region of southern Paloma. Its area is 4.014481571 km2 (1.550000000 sq mi). It is used as a common Paloman fishing and hiking destination due to its swap like woods and its stream, the Sexton and Kilfoil Drain which is home Largemouth bass and Walleye fish[3] and can be used as access to the Detroit River as the Sexton and Kilfoil Drain turns into the South Branch Ecorse River.

Etymology

The name, 'Salvadora' comes from the word savior in Spanish. In Christianity, "savior" means, God or Jesus Christ as the redeemer of sin and saver of souls. Salvadora also is sometimes accidentally associated with the Central American country of El Salvador.

History

Salvadora was formed in the beginning months as apart of Citadelle, now Paloma City. After the collapse, the land was split between the disputed nation, the Sauveuse Republic and the former Sacree Republic (now Paloma). On 20 December 2019, the Paloman Military would officially take control of the land and reclaim the region. The President of Paloma Aidan McGrath, requested that the name be changed from Sauveuse (which meant savior in French) to Salvadora, which is the feminine way of pronouncing savior in Spanish.

Special administrative region

On 10 March 2020, the Sauveuse government agreed with a vote to dissolve and return its land back to its former respected nations, Salvadora being the biggest land claim. On 10 March 2020, former President of the Sauveuse Republic Leon Montan and Paloman President Aidan McGrath both signed and ratified into law the Paloman-Sauveuse Joint Declaration and agreed to make the disputed claim a Hong Kong modeled Special administrative region of Paloma.

On 21 March 2020, a handover ceremony was held and the Sauveuse Republic ceased to exist and became know offically as Salvadora.

Municipality

On 19 September 2020, a bill was passed to dissolve the Salvadora Special Administrative Region and reform it as a munincipality of Pajaro. The bill came into effect later that day.

Geography

Salvadora is located in the southern region of Pajaro, It lies east of Utuado and south of Paloma City.

The Sexton and Kilfoil Drain is the main waterway in the municipality, running through the middle of it. In the late 1950s it was modified to be slightly more wider but Poor maintenance, sediment and pollution has caused the drain to not be able to meet max capacity and causes temporary flooding. It habitat for many kinds of Fish and wildlife.

Barrios

Like all municipalities of Pajaro, Salvadora is subdivided into barrios. The administrative center is located in a small barrio referred to as "el pueblo", near the center of the municipality.

Sauveuse Republic flag from 2019-2020

References

  1. Local name from citizens aware of the Capital and its purpose
  2. Used after Democracy Protests in Paloma City. Also used as motto of the city of w:Detroit, Michigan
  3. https://fishbrain.com/fishing-waters/OcHR8Cct/sexton-and-kilfoil-Drain