New Harlem Commune

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Population 100,640,000
Communist Anarchist Federation Operative Autonomous Commune of the Anarchist Communes of Segasaturn (A.C.S)
Communal Areas Downtown New Harlem, New Harlem SISN Main Port Terminal, Furgutenheim, Neiuw Zeepschipol, Aganterdam, Dalghreniachecentre, New Harlem Shipbuilding Terminal, Shin Shinjuku, Londontown, Iwata, New Harlem Oil Refinery Terminal, Rotterdam-Damschpoot, Nord-Neue-Harleem
"Ethnicities"/Cultures Dutch: 30%, Japanese: 20%, Emocionian: 20%, German: 19%, English: 1%
Economic Functions Industrial Manufacturing, Automobile Manufacturing & Shipbuilding


The New Harlem Commune is a City-Commune of the Anarchist Communes of Segasaturn. It lies between three major bodies of water;

1.) Zeepschipol Creek

Zeepschipol Creek borders New Harlem Commune to the west. Said to be the world's largest creek, it separates the the western part of the greater New Harlem-Fort Carter-Sudport-New Antwerp Commune metropolitan area.

2.) Nieuw Haarlem Sound

The Nieuw Haarlem Sound is the area that unites Zeepschipol Creek, the Greater Saturnia river, and the Shino river into one main region. It is where all of the ships that leave and enter the Commune of New Harlem go through first.

3.) Shino River

The Shino River borders New Harlem Commune to the east. It physically networks New Harlem Commune riverwise to New Antwerp Commune and separates the City-Commune from the rest of the greater communal metropolitan area.

New Harlem's geographical position makes it the most important inland port commune in the Anarchist Communes of Segasaturn. It has also, though not surprisingly, made New Harlem Commune the most important Automobile Manufacturing and second most important Industrial Manufacturing center in the entire Communist Anarchist Federation.

Its economical importance has been interconnected with it's many cultures for it's entire history. Many have come to New Harlem Commune over the last three and half decades just because of the job opportunities and the manufacturing presence it possessed and still posess.