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City of Kimbilio
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Location of Kimbilio in Huria
Country Hurian Federation
Sector Nyanda
Founded 16 November 1738
Founder Carter Moore
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 • Type City Council
 • City-Commander N/A (KP)
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Time zone Hurian Standard Time (HST)
Website http://www.kimbilio.ny.hf
Kimbilio (Swahili: Kimbilio, "Refuge") is the most populous city in the Hurian Federation, and the most populous city in Nyanda. Often described as the "New York of Huria", Kimbilio is a major economic center of the country, classed as an Alpha+ global city, and excerising great power over the Hurian economy, as well as serving as the home of its largest and most profitable companies. It is the cultural and economy heart of Huria, and sets the standard by which all other cities in the nation, Defiance itself excluded, are measured in terms of importance, wealth, and political prestige.

Founded at the mouth of Huria's largest natural harbor, Kimbilio is divided into seven districts, all large enough to be counted as sub-sectors of Nyanda. Six of the seven sub-sectors—N/A, N/A, N/A, N/A, N/A, and N/A— were merged into a Kimbilio-proper to form a single city 1903. Based on the 2012 national census, there were 10,427,248 citizens living in Kimbilio, spread across an area of N/A km, making the city the most-densely population in Huria. More than 400 languages spoken in the city, making Kimbilio one of the most lingustically diverse cities in the world. The Kimbilio Metropolitian Area had a population of 21.4 million people, making it the largest metropolitian area in the country.

Kimbilio's roots can be traced back to 1738, when the trading ship Africana, captained by Carter Moore, was marooned at the center of Uhuru Bay. With the ship wrecked, Moore and his crew along with the aid of the Yamilima people, established the city at the mouth of the bay, giving rise to the settlement which were develop into modern-day Kimbilio. The city has since come to represent the ideals of the Federation and its stratocratic beliefs as well as its Katagamian faith. The Statue of Mulungu sits quietly at the edge of Uhuru Bay, analogous to the American Statue of Liberty, representing the beliefs of Huria and its traditions.

The city served as Huria's capital from 1891 to 1941, when Supreme Commander Quentin Williams, moved the government from Kimbilio to Defiance on the 50th birthday of the Hurian Federation. Since then, however, Kimbilio has continued to serve as a major government center, though in a much reduced capacity, often the site of government meetings and celebrations outside of the marching grounds of Defiance. Kimbilio's roles in the government and the military continue to serve as major investments to the Hurian military, and the city today remains the national capital of technical military research.