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Breaking News! San Remerez Border Prevents verified country location. News and History

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 Historians find information that verifies San Remerez is officially in Mexsimco

   Just a few weeks ago, Historians have a theory and supporting evidence that San Remerez is in fact a Mexsimcan city, despite its population of 67% Simericans.  This was presented to the Governments of both Simerica and Mexsimco, both of which accepted the theory, and declared that San Remerez will now be officially referred to as a Mexsimcan City. The facts presented are stated in the following paragraph.

  Although the population is made of mostly Simericans, The city's style reflects and is based of Mexican Culture.

Annother supporting fact, is that San Remerez was originally settled by Mexsimcan Emmigrants in 1784, who got lost traveling to the new Simerica. The settlement was originally about 1 mile from the Gulf of California. Although The city now crosses the Mexsimcan border, The settlement was built on Mexsimcan land, which was far more Northern than the current border. The city, which started as a tiny village, grew to a bustling Metropolis, nearly 146 years later. The population went from 15 to nearly 200,000, and 200,000 only in the 1930's. After 20 years after it was settled, and its first seaport finished, the population became a rainbow of foreign immigrants. English, American, French, Deutch, Asian, German, Irish, African, Scottish, Polish, and much more. Around 1900, some, if not, most, Mexsimcans left San Remerez, for Simerica, with the rumors of Gold streets, and more freedom. Although, San Remerez had and still has freedom. That surge left about 40% of people Mexsimcan, and about 50% Simerican.

   The city continues to grow, with new people, jobs, neighborhoods, buroughs, and more. Historians still try to find more facts and evidence to San Remerez's history. 


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That's odd. Parts of Baja and Sonora were ceeded to the US... (JK! I could never do better.)
This entry is more encyclopedic that what I typically see on ST, so not bad at all.

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