Conelibek

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City Municipality of Conelibek
Vila-Komyn á Conélibekya
City
Clockwise from top: Alymeþon building, city centre clock, skyline of downtown, Perça street, Conelibek docks at Lake Seketan
Clockwise from top: Alymeþon building, city centre clock, skyline of downtown, Perça street, Conelibek docks at Lake Seketan
Flag of City Municipality of Conelibek
Flag
Map of Conelibek.png
Location of the City Municipality of Conelibek
Country Seketan
Province Gjenor
Government
 • Mayor Dani Kjord
Population 827,193
 • Metro 991,815
Website conelibek.com

Conelibek (Seketese: Conélibek), officially the City Municipality of Conelibek (Seketese: Vila-Komyn á Conélibekya), is the capital and largest city of Seketan. The city is a municipality and has special status as a city municipality. Located on the eastern shore of Lake Seketan in the smallest but most populous province of Gjenor, Conelibek serves as a provincial and national capital. With a population of 827,193, Conelibek is Seketan's most populous municipality.

Conelibek is the cultural, governmental, and economic centre of Seketan. It is an important transportation hub in the Nelborne and Central Seketan region: the lake offers naval routes to other major cities across four different provinces, the Conelibek Metro is the busiest in the country, and the Conelibek International Airport is the busiest airport in the Nelborne. The city is the home to many Seketese corporations, such as Gyenor Corporation, SBC, and Esta. The city serves as one of the government centres for the Nelborne Union and for the Nelbec Council.

The city was established sometime between the 5th and 6th century by the Conils tribe, for which the city is named after. As the dominant Secenic tribe at the time, the Conils conquered and prevailed. The leaders of the tribe designated themselves as the Cothepag dynasty. When the dynasty ruled over the Secenic Confederation, Conelibek was chosen as the governmental centre. This carried forward when the personal union evolved into the Kingdom of Seketan. The Covrig Palace, Totjen Cathedral, and other impressive structures were erected in the city during the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Era. The city became heavily industrialized in the 19th century. Conelibek and its surrounding areas were repeatedly damaged throughout the 20th century due to various conflicts including the Seketese War of Independence, the Seketese Civil War, and the Great Nelborne War. The city developed its metro in 1975.

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Since 1921

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