Columbian Industrial Belt
The Central Columbian Industiral Belt is an area stretching from the tip of Indiana's most southern county to Mississippi's northern country which flanks the Mississippi river. It was created in 2005 by the United Coalition of States with the passing of the Coalition Industrial Act of 2004, which wanted to attract major industry to the Mississippi River, the heart of the Coalition. Access to the Mississippi River made the location extremely popular, with iron and coal resources to supply the plants came from the Upper Mississippi and the Ohio River made cost for transportation low. By 2011, the area became one of the largest industrial hubs in the world. Inside the major industrial complex lies Central Columbia, the still being built capital of the United States of Columbia

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