Moscow and Central Russia

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Moscow and Central Russia

Icon-Russia.png Russia

Flag of the owner  Coat of Arms of Moscow and Central Russia
Map of the region
Historical capital of Russia
Society
Capital Moscow
Residents 265
Visitors 106
Language Russian
Moving zone A3
Productivity
Resource None

Last update: December 19, 2018

Moscow and Central Russia is a region in Russia and its capital is Moscow.

History

The Moscow Region was taken over by Romania on 27 December 2008 as a result of the Romania-Russia War. It was returned to Norway in March, and later ceded by Norway to Finland on 6 April 2009 in anticipation of a Hungarian takeover, and was Finnish region. PEACE GC struck a deal with Finland and asked they return Moscow, and in turn not provide support to Latvia when Finland invaded them. Finland agreed and the region was returned to Russia, though Finland was betrayed in the end.

Resistance war

On 9 June, 2009 polar-fox started resistance war and Moscow Region returned to Russia.

Location

Moscow and Central Russia is neighbored by following regions:

Productivity

V1/V2 Nov 2010 – Jul 2014 Jul 2014 – Feb 2015 Feb 2015 – Jun 2016 Since Jun 2016
Icon - Grain.png Grain High.jpg Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Icon - Clay.png Clay Icon - Fish.png Fish no resource