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Alcacer is a seaport city at the northern corner of the Alconbrian state of Mutalio del Norte and it's Caribbean coast. It is the second most populous city in Mutalio del Norte, with a population of 5.4 million; just behind the city of Gvonn.
The city was founded as a Spanish trading post and a port in 1503. Alcacer became one of Spain's biggest ports in the New World by 1560s. Alacer became a part of Altivebrio after the latter won independence from the Spain in 1828, and in 1987 became a part of Territory of Alconbria after the Battle of Alcacer. After the Third Altivebrian Civil War ended in 2008, Alcacer became a part of the Federal State of Alconbria.
Alcacer is a major center, and a leader in finance, commerce, culture, media, entertainment, tourism, technology, science & technology, education, the arts, and international trade. The Port of Alcacer is one of Alconbria's busiest ports, in both the transportation of freight, cargo and passengers. Alcacer is one of Alconbria's largest international tourist destinations.
The name 'Alcacer' derives from the Old Alconbrian A:lka'cer, which were the combination of the word for ocean, Alka and the Old Alconbrian word for pride, acer. The Spanish explorers named the city La Alcacera in 1502 after coming in contact with the natives. The city retained it's current name in 1831, when it was renamed into Alcacer, and was integrated into the newly formed Union of Altivebrio.
The city was proposed to be renamed to Reinomara in 1969 by Altivebrians, but it never came into effect.
The city of Fruf'frug;gruf was founded by the Beiljio people in 792 AD, after their previous capital city was destroyed in the 791 J'frugf fire. The new city, located approximately 20 miles east of their previous city was quickly rebuilt, and by 795, stretched nearly 10 km2, making it one of the largest cities in Pre-Colombian era.
The large meeting place in the city centre, the Garouf M'rko was constructed in 800 AD, and in 813 AD, a smaller one was constructed called the Garouf Lirko, just adjacent to the main building exclusively for children aged 5 or above. In 819, the construction of the Fruf'frug;gruf Wall began, and was completed in 881. A moat was constructed around the city, to enable farmers to get water without having to cross into the city.
In 911, King Jreforg Lreg moved his castle from the second largest Beiljio city Truf'frug to Fruf'frug;gruf, and the new castle was finished in 920, commemorating the king's 30 years of rule. A military barracks was built outside the city in 950, and several guard towers were put up 50 miles outside the city during the Beiljio Wars. During the war, the residents of the city built their first ship and a crew of 40 set sail from a beach, but never returned. In 1087, the city's radius was extended, and another city wall was built. The city was moderately damaged after the unsuccessful siege by the Mayans.
In 1103, Alconbrians began heading north in search of gold. The Nerdi Beiljio empire began spreading, and when the Spaniards arrived, the empire completely conquered the Verdi Beiljio empire, and reached the banks of the Pacific Ocean.
Spanish explorer Diego de las Alas arrived in Fruf'frug;gruf with his explorers and other natives on 13 September, 1497.