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Cidadiu del'Pjaia

The City of Pjaia

Capital City

Pjaia Wiki Page

Overview of Pjaia

City Hall • Sunset on Basque Beach

Ajudige Capital Building

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Flag of Pjaia

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Seal of Pjaia


  • The Pearl of the Seas
  • The Mother City
  • City of Waves

Country: Ajudige Flag Ajudige

Governate: Kingdom of Ajudige

Municipalities: 6


  • Pjaiax (Formal)
  • Ajuarelaix (Colloquial)
  • Pjaian (English)
  • Paieño(-a) (Spanish)

Climate: Csb (Warm-Summer Mediterranean Climate)

Timezone: UTC-9 (SLST)

HDI: 0.905

Pjaia (/Pʰaia/ Paia) is the largest city and capital of Ajudige. Pjaia is located in the Kingdom of Ajudige, one of the three historic kingdoms that form the greater Three Kingdoms of Ajudige. It plays an important role in regional affairs, cultural influence, and history. Since the city's capturing by Ajudigioux revolutionists in 1656, the city has been an epicenter of artistic, innovation, and cultural evolution. 


The Neolithic Period (7000-2200 B.C.E.)

Humans first arrived into what is now Ajudige via a land bridge that connected the island to the mainland in what is now Fort Kazanova. These first Ajudige share a common ancestor of the Wendat, Choctaw, Gathawk, and Durbanian First Peoples. Around 3000 B.C.E., Ajudige was permanantly disconnected from the mainland further isolating the ancient Ajudigioux. People first started settling in what is now Pjaia around the same time the land bridge eroded. Many scholars and historians believe these first peoples enjoyed the many natural hot springs in the hills and the fertile flat coastal plains for agriculture.  



Pjaia is located on a peninsula on the eastern-most point of the island of Ajudige. It is surrounded by the San Luis Sea to its north and east, the Bay of Pjaia to its south, and the interior plains of Ajudige to its west. Pjaia's main ferry port sits on the deepest section of ocean that the city borders. The city is built onto the hillside of an ancient volcano whose northern flank slid into the ocean due to erosion, earthquakes, tsunamis, and other volcanic activity. 

Ecology and Biodiversity

Pjaia was built on top of one the largest San Luisian Phoenix Palm forests in recorded existence. However, Pjaia's forest was isolated from the other palm forests that were once common in the San Luis Sea region and caused it to boast a heightened level of biodiversity. The soil of Pjaia was rocky and lacked the nutrients that would be needed to allow large organisms to thrive. Outside of the San Luisian Palm, the Pjaian Pine (Pjaianian cryptomerioides) is a coniferous tree that is endemic to the Pjaia area. The range of the Pjaian Pine range from the Bay of Pjaia up the hillside to the cliffs at the Ancient City. Today, many Pjaian Pines can be found lining the streets of the city as well as parks and other open spaces. The oldest and most mature Pjaian Pines are found in the Ancient City. 


The Köppen Climate classifiation of Pjaia is CsB (Warm-Summer Mediterranean Climate). It has warm to mildly hot and dry summers, cool and moist winters with heightened precipitation due to its oceanic location, and experiences four distinctive seasons, two of those being transitional seasons. 

Pjaia sees an average of 201 days of sunshine and 90 days of cloudy to raining weather types.