There are four other cities in the Trivinnia Metropolitan Area. The total population of the Trivinnia Metropolitan Area is 15,193,675, the second largest metropolitan area in Quextin, behind the Pierra-Sesco Metropolitan Area.
West Lolas with downtown Trivinnia in the backround
Lolas Building (913ft)
Part of the Trivinnia Metropolitan Area Region
Lolas (low-las) founded in 1863, after 3 miles south of Trivinnia a group of miners found a gold mine, and started a settlement. 30 years later in 1863, Trivinnia overflowed and thousands of people poured into the small miners community. In the 1902 census, Lolas had four Quadrants: East, West, South and North. Lolas also had 281,028 people. The county then decided to incorporate the city of Lolas as a suburb of Trivinnia. In 2015, the city suffered total damage from a colossal 9.1 earthquake. Lolas is located just outside of downtown Trivinnia and is surrounded by Trivinnia on all sides.
Forge was originally a immigrant camp for those from the planet earth who lost there planet when their sun went Supernova. In 1952, Hotel Forge was built on Forge's coast. In 1998, a huge population of people from Earth skyrocketed, making the population 123,013 people. In 2001, Golersta decided to stop ignoring the rising population, and made Forge an official Suburb of Trivinnia. When the 2015 earthquake struck, the ground liquefied, causing a massive 3 mile mile wide sinkhole to swallow up the north-west coast of Forge. In January 2016, the government of Quextin filled the hole with millions of metric tons of cement. Forge is located 9 miles south of downtown Trivinnia.
Yujir (U-jur) was founded as a place for explorers to reside in, but then grew into a residential place for many others. The city was incorporated in 1910, and as of 2018, the population is 93,573 and quickly approaching 100,000. The 2015 earthquake severely damages many homes and businesses, but the city made a quick recovery. The Reel Mall in downtown is a very popular tourist destination. Yujir is located 7 miles east of downtown Trivnnia.
Pronay (prawn-a) started as a cluster of businesses, mainly farms and grocery stores. However, the area started booming in many large corporate businesses and local shops alike. Just two years later, the city was established. Many large companies like Crown and Reel have their headquarters in Pronay. The 2015 earthquake caused the original Crown Products Tower to collapse, but a newer, bigger tower was built where the old one used to stand. Due to the town being a business hotspot, not many residential areas exist. Pronay is the least populous town in the Trivinnia Metropolitan Region. Pronay is located 13 miles north of downtown Trivinnia.