San Francisco








4.6 million metropolitan

Notable structures

Silver Gate Bridge, Cathedral of Grace, Basilica of St. Francis

San Francisco is the capital and largest city of the Aloian state of Patagonia. Located on a peninsula separating Argentine Bay and the San Francisco Bay, the city is at an ideal place for commerce and importation. The San Francisco Bay is at the downstream convergence of the Sacramento and Soledad river valleys, two of the former Argentine Republic's most populated regions. The city itself has a population of 864,000 and the San Francisco Bay Area has a population of 4.6 million. 

San Francisco's beginning was as a mission established by Spanish-speaking Aloian Lutheran missionaries. The mission was named in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, a widely renowned saint in Aloia. A settlement grew up around the mission and this settlement of San Francisco soon became the major trading post for settlements in the Sacramento and Soledad river valleys and the bay area. Upon the establishment of the Argentine Republic in 1821, the city was elevated from regional hub to national capital and hosted the Argentine capital until 1904, when it was moved to Sacramento in central Argentine (modern Tajo). San Francisco and the rest of the region of Patagonia voted to leave the Argentine Republic in 2011 and rejoined the Kingdom of Aloia in 2012. By 2017, all the other remaining states of Argentine rejoined the Kingdom of Aloia.