It is a country located in the southwest of the Pacific Ocean. It consists of two main islands (the North Island and the South Island), in addition to some small islands. It is a geographically isolated country; It extends 2000 km to the southeast of Australia, and this isolation has helped it to evolve and distinguish itself because it contains rare birds and animals, some of which became extinct after the arrival of humans and mammals.
New Zealand cities
New Zealand is considered one of the advanced countries in terms of economic freedom, education, and the low rate of crime and corruption, which made it a candidate to be one of the most suitable places to live in the world, and its cities are:
Wellington Wind City
It is the political capital of New Zealand, located at the top of the southern part of the North Island, with a population of approximately 38,600 people. The reason for its name is the City of Winds; Because of its strong winds that blow in the winter, as for its name, Billington, it is named after Arthur Wellesley Wellington, who was the prince of this town in Britain.
Auckland, the city of sailing ships
This city is located in the north of the North Island, and was established by a decision of the Governor of New Zealand in the year 1840 AD, so he named it after his president, Admiral George Eden, nicknamed Auckland, and it is one of the largest cities in New Zealand, in terms of density and population, with a population of 1,400,000 people, which is a large number Very, its percentage reaches 31% of the total percentage of the state.
Christchurch is a city of gardens
Christchurch is the second largest city in New Zealand, located in the Canterbury region on the South Island. The reason for calling it the city of gardens is that it is full of forests, gardens, and vast green spaces. As for its official name, Christchurch; It is due to the presence of a college of the same name, at the University of Oxford in which it is located, and in which approximately 386,000 people live.
Hamilton the town of cows
This city is located in the Waikato region, to the south of the city of Auckland, and has a population of more than 168000 people.
Dunedin, Edinburgh, South
Dunedin is located in the Otago region, in the South Island, and is its second largest city, with a population of 115,000.
Palmerston North is a city located in the Wanganui region, in the south of the North Island, with a population of approximately 80,700 people, the majority of whom are young students. It contains a number of agricultural development research centers.
New Zealand cities