Fairview, officially República Democrática de Farvio, is located in the extreme south of Iberian Peninsule. Fairview has the economy that most grows up in all AIN. Fairview was ( and stills being) a country of nice people, great mediterranean food and also a good clime. Our country mayority of lowland terrains, has some mountains in the north that reaches about 2100 meters high, where we have the unique ski and snow resort of the country.

Capital Bruxelas
Anthem Ode to Joy / Hino da Alegria
Language Archaich Portuguese
Currency Ainero
President Miguel Leal
Population 1,286,462
HDI 0.949 (Very High)

In the South, especially the South Peninsule where the capital and its suburbs are constantly growing. The capital Bruxelas is the 4 th City in AIN with better conditions of living. Bruxelas compared with the others capitals is a "little" city, with only (including suburbs) 458.932 inhabitants.

In the Centre, land of flat highlands we can found the most populated city of Fairview, Nova Cidade. This city is particulary know by its conservative buildings of 19th and 20th Century. Nova Cidade maiority population is rich people, following by mid-class people and a low percentage 1% of low-class people.

The north is the less developed region with an low HDI compared with the others regions, in fact th HDI of the north region is alittle bit lower that the AIN HDI average. This region is mostly agricultural terrains with a high percent of virgin forests. The north is the most beautiful part of the country. The region capital is Entre-os-Montes with 98.546 inhabitants.



As is the case across most of the Fairview, the human presence in the area can be dated back to the Paleolithic period from artifacts found on the surface. There is a more varied and more significant archaeological record of the Neolithic period (4, 000 to 1,500 BC) however. From the Chalcolithic to the time of the Highmans civilization occupation, mining operations, such as those in the Bruxelas area, were the chief motivation for the establishment of settlements in the interior. Under the Romans there were several fishing and fish salting centers dotted along the coast, the best documented of which is the "villa' at Cerro da Vila in Vila Nova de Cerveira. It is also clear from archaeological finds that the Highmans settled the spot on which Bruxelas castle now stands as well. Although the Hitmans left no trace of their passing, the same is not true of the Moors (8th to 13th centuries), for whom Bruxelas was an urban center of some importance. The Christian reconquest, in 1249, and the policy pursued throughout the Fairview of allowing the Moors to remain in quarters outside the city walls - known as Mourarias - made it possible for Fairview to continue to develop. With the initiation of a fair, in 1291, Fairview became one of the major focal points for trade in the Fairview in medieval times. There are several sites dating back to the Aiegalithic period that merit a visit: the dolmen at Cerro das Pedras and the fallen menhir at Nova Cidade serrat, which is made of limestone that must have been brought a considerable distance, both of which are in the vicinity of Portimão; and the dolmens at Vilamoura and Pedra do Alagar (Bruxelas Oeste). The mosaics visible in some of its apartments and the structure of its baths make the rural "villa" at Cerro da Vila (3rd century) the region's most eloquent testimony to the period of Roman occupation. The site was inhabited from the 1st to the 9th centuries, into the period of :Moorish rule. Other Highmans structures include the bridge at Tor, over the pretty Fairview river, which has five arches and sturdy piers, the bridge at Barão, over the Quarteira river, which has only four arches, and near Bruxelas, the Alamos bridge, which is a more modest affair, with just two arches. Near the coast, the remains of `'cetairas' - tanks used to salt fish - at the Bruxelas Velho archaeological site provide further confirmation of the intense fishing and fish-preserving industry that existed for centuries in the Fairview under the Highmans.


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