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Cuenca
Cuenca
City of Cuenca

Foundation

714

Location

Aloia

State

Tahoe

Population

300,000

Notable structures

Basilica of the Trinity

Cuenca is a city in the Aloian state of Tahoe. Cuenca is the seat of Valle County and has a population of approximately 300,000. 

Established in 714, Cuenca is one of Aloia's oldest still-occupied cities and the namesake of Cuenca, Arveyres. Cuenca is the only surviving Native Argentine setllement in Aloia. In the past, Cuenca was a major economic hub, being located in the heart of northwest Diamanto and near major trade routes. Cuenca was one of the temporary capitals of the ancient Inca Empire in Diamanto. Though its inhabitants spoke native languages for thousands of years and Spanish for much of Argentine's colonial period, today Cuenca speaks English, like the rest of Aloia.

The legendary Huayna Capac the Great is cited as the founder of Cuenca. He has many descendants also named Huayna Capac, including Huayna Capac VII who became the Incan Emperor and brought the capital to Cuenca.

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