Jelnur (Jelnyr in Surnichian spelling) is the capital of the Republic of Surnichia, one of the Scandinavian countries. It was founded in 1180, when a church was erected at the left bank of the river Spyyr in the honour of King Olav. In the 13th century, a Germanic people from northern Scandinavia settled around Jelnur and made the town into a flourishing trading city, with connections to the Hanseatic cities. However, it was not until 1836 that Jelnur became the official capital of Surnichia, and with that the political, economic and cultural center of the country.
Today Jelnur has about 1.6 million inhabitants, and is one of the world's greenest cities, litterally because it has numerous parks and is surrounded by large forests, and because of its progressive environmental policies.
Here is a city map of Jelnur: