The city is to be built on the crossroads of three Central-Eastern European countries: Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus. Each of those countries will need to allocate parts of their territories to the city area, providing it with exterritorial status. This status will ensure that the city remains beyond national boarders, as well as customs, tax, and legal regulations of the founding nations.
Poland, Ukraine, and Belarus are three countries which once created integral parts of a bigger united federation, called The Republic (Rzeczpospolita), that was one of the fist on the European continent to proclaim principles of liberty and economic equality, those principles that were realized in creation of the United States of America.
The new Megacity will be located here
After the fall of supra-national empires in continental Europe and their by-products of fascism and communism, Central-Eastern European (CEE) countries are reemerging as one of the key world growing regions.
The Megacity will emerge through cooperation of five largest CEE capitals: Kiev (Ukraine) - 2.6 million people, Bucharest (Romania) - 2.0 million, Budapest (Hungary) - 1.9 million, Minsk (Belarus) - 1.8 million, and Warsaw (Poland) - 1.6 million. The Euroarcology will unite 10 million people, making the megapolis comparable to London, New York, Hong Kong and other world hubs.
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