|City of Torbury
|— City —|
|Autonomous Country||Free State of Torbury|
|- City||379.6 km²|
|- Urban||123.12 km²|
|- Density||522.6/km2 (1,353.4/sq mi)|
City of Torbury (2013 population 198,366) is the capital city of the Free State of Torbury. The city is commonly known as Torbury City to distinguish from the Free State of Torbury, of which it is a part. The city is the largest in the free state, both in terms of population and area. It has long been the political, economic and cultural centre of the Free State ever since the inauguration of city.
Torbury is a portmanteau of Toronto and Sudbury, the original two settlements located on either sides of the Torbury River (originally the Toronto-Sudbury River).
In 2014, the Torbury Census Department says according to population estimates and projections, Torbury has just reached its 200,000 population mark on 14 April 2014.
The healthcare of Torbury is primarily provided by the Toronto-Sudbury Hospital (TSH).
Air traffic to and from the city is served by Torbury International Airport, located just northwest of the city's principal urban core.
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