|The Largest City in Kingdom of Parbounli|
|Founded||Around 660 BC|
|Incorporated||January 30th, 2018|
|- Major||Iulius Bospxorsk|
|Time zone||UTC +2|
History of names
|Name||Officially started to use|
|Istanbul||1930 (1453 unofficially)|
|Mogaxan||January 30th, 2018|
Etymology of present name
Present name of Mogaxan is the translation from Parbounlinese: Moga+xan (Government+Port), because, according to Parbounlinese, this sea port is the largest in Parbounli and it's turnover is larger than other ports of Parbounli putting together.
|Name (transcription to Latin)||Used by|
|Mogaxan (pronounce x like h)||Parbounlinese|
Mogaxan is the one of two trans-continental cities (the next one is Port Said in Africa and Asia) and one of the largest cities in the entire world. City is built in Europe (65% area) and Asia (35% area). European and Asian sides are separated by Bosphorus Strait (Parbounlinese: Naratiunė Bospxora), which connects Sea of Marmara (Maraia Marmaree) to the Black Sea (Kiornka Maraia). The terrain is low, so melting ice in Greenland and Antarctica would flood this megacity.
Turkish is the major ethnicity in Mogaxan because they live here for over 550 years under Ottoman rule. Also, it's the most 'islamic major city' in Kingdom of Parbounli because over 65,3% city population are muslims (Sunni), while there are only 30,3% catholics and 4,2% orthodoxs. The other small communities are Chinese Buddhists, Jewish and Shiite Muslims.
Ground transportCity has a well-developed metro and bus systems.
In Mogaxan, there are 5 airports. 4 them are civil and 1 is military.