|Commune of Saint-Lô|
Commune de Saint-Lô
Motto: Demain nous appartient|
French: Tomorrow Belongs To Us
|Location of Commune of Saint-Lô|
|• Mayor||Claude Moreau (PR)|
|• Committee for City Administration Chairman||Marc Lavallée (PR)|
|• Metro density||0|
|Time zone||Leucian Standard Time (UTC-2)|
|• Summer (DST)||Leucian Summer Time (UTC-1) (UTC)|
Saint-Lô is the capital and largest city of Morieux and is one of the world's oldest cities, with a recorded history stretching nearly 3,000 years. Saint-Lô, then known as Ausci, was originally a powerful city-state that developed out of the collapse of Belgaean civilization and formed the basis for the powerful Ausci Republic and eventually Ausci Empire that dominated what is now Morieux until X AD. The city was renamed Saint-Lô by royal decree following the formation of the Kingdom of Morieux in 1200 AD. The city is named after Saint Laud of the Sévéracois Catholic Church who was one of the two original missionaries who spread Christianity to Morieux in the 2nd Century AD. It developed a world renown reputation as a center for the arts, learning and philosophy, and the home to many great Morivaine writers such as Clodio and Jacques Labé. In modern times, Saint-Lô is a large cosmopolitan metropolis and central to the economic, financial, industrial, maritime, political, and cultural life in Morieux and Maredoratica.
Saint-Lô is home to notable architectural landmarks such as St. Methodius' Cathedral, the Monument aux héros, and the Arc de le Révolution. In 2015, Saint-Lô had a recorded number of nearly 57 million visitors. The city is home to all major institutions of the Morivaine government, including the National Convention, High Court, in addition to major international organisations like the Francophone Organization.
Saint-Lô is home to the association football club Olympique Saint-Lô, who plays their games at the 110,000 seat Stade de 1727 located in the eastern part of the city. It is also home to the University of Morieux, a highly regarded university known for its political science, economics, and philosophy programs. It is also home to a number of different sports venues built for the Maredoratic Olympics and numerous Maredoratic Cups.