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Motto: For the King!

Country British Empire
Colony British North America
Territory Occupied Region
Language English
Founded July 16, 1790

Georgetown, originally named Washington, is the capital of the Occupied Region and previously the United States of America. It was originally named after George Washington, the first president of the United States. After the annexation of the United States by the British Empire it was renamed Georgetown in honour of King George III.

The origial motto of the city was Justitia Omnibus, Latin for "Justice for All", but the motto was changed with the name.

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