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Top: (left) the Lausanne Business District;
(right) the Palace of Government of South Lyrica in central Lausanne;
Bottom: Aerial map of Lausanne and the Bay of Lausanne.
  • Mutatio Vocat Nos
  • "Change Calls Us"
Location of Lausanne
Nation Nouvelle Alexandrie Nouvelle Alexandrie
Official language(s) Istvanistani, Alexandrian
Demonym Lausannois(e)
 - Adjective
Government Mayoral
  Mayor Victoria Wilson-Clarke, (SDLA)
Establishment 1690 AN
Population 612,981
Abbreviation LAUS

Lausanne, officially known as the City of Lausanne, is the capital and largest city of the New Alexandrian Region of South Lyrica. It is considered one of the most important cultural and economic centers of South Lyrica.


Lausanne was originally founded by Stormark and was known as Haraldsborg. The city was named after King Harald, who ruled over the region and made it his capital. t is now a Haraldsborg served as the capital of the Empire of Stormark until its collapse. After South Lyrica became part of Nouvelle Alexandrie, Lausanne was designated as the capital of the new Region. The city underwent a significant period of growth and modernization, and became one of the most important centers of culture and commerce in South Lyrica. t is now a vibrant, democratic city where human rights are secured and respected.


The Temple of the Lakes, located in the heart of Lausanne, is one of the city's most prominent landmarks. Built in 1608 AN, the temple is managed by the Order of the Holy Lakes and serves as one of the most important centers of religious life in the city. The temple is known for its beautiful architecture and ornate decorations, and attracts visitors from around the world.


Lausanne is home to the headquarters and session hall of the Raspur Pact Parliamentary Assembly. The Palace of the Unity of the Raspur Pact, located in the heart of the city, is where the assembly meets to discuss and make decisions on matters affecting the Raspur Pact, a union of nations in the region.


Lausanne is a major economic center in South Lyrica, with a thriving business community and a highly developed infrastructure. The city is home to many international corporations and financial institutions, as well as numerous small and medium-sized businesses. The city's strategic location on Lake Geneva makes it an important hub for trade and commerce, connecting South Lyrica with the rest of Micras.


Lausanne is widely regarded as one of the most culturally rich cities in South Lyrica. The city has a thriving arts scene, with numerous galleries, museums, and theaters showcasing local and international talent. Lausanne is also home to several prestigious universities, including the University of Lausanne, which attracts students from around the world.