|<center> Complete map of Los Vientos|
|Sovereign State||Iglesian Archipelago|
|Founded||c. 3557 BC|
|City population||4 227 357|
|Metropolitan population||11 457 025|
|Leader||Prefect Karlu Savyeku|
Los Vientos is the capital and the largest city of the Iglesian Archipelago. The city is huge but well-organised with neat blocks of flats in its metropolitan area, it is growing at medium speed to the North, West and East, but not the South, as Los Vientos is bordered on the South by the ocean.
It is the centre of the Iglesian Archipelago, being the main cultural and touristic centre of the country. It held the 1st Culturforum Edition between 1st August 2008 and 1st January 2009 and the WorldVision Song Contest 12. Several companies and multinational corporations have their headquarters in the city, such as Caminhos-de-Ferro Iglesianos, Rádio e Televisão Iglesianas, AVA Bank, Vivabank, Neo Cinemas, etc.
This city has a massive underground system, with several bus and tram services, and it is served by five airports, two of them international (Los Vientos North International Airport, the bigger and northern one, from which planes fly to the major destinations, and Los Vientos East International Airport, the smaller and eastern one, where planes fly to minor destinations). The city also has two major railway stations: Los Vientos Central Station and Campo Central Railway Station, both in the central districts.
The city is an alpha global city and has 4 227 357 inhabitants; in the Los Vientos Metropolitan Area live 12 621 038 inhabitants, including urban and city areas combined (where 11 457 025 people live). Los Vientos' population is cosmopolitan, international and highly multicultural, with about 60% of the population of the city born outside the Iglesian Archipelago; the city is the most important point for immigrants in the country.
The city is twinned with Vilvek, Swilatia; Bondhaven, Geadland; Rêvane, Ariddia; Rosmnia City, Rosmnia; Lilianaso, Varavano; Port Saint Edward, Edward City; Turangalila, Yakers Mekers; Neorvins, Kelssek and Castelo Alto, Seven Castles.
Los Vientos is an extremely monumental city, as it was founded in 3557 BC, however, many buildings built before 1550 were demolished and they gave place to many other buidings, but the great existence of elegant and majestic towers gave the name of Los Vientos as the "King of the Towers" during the early-to-mid-19th century, and today heavily nicknamed.
The greatest monuments in the city that exist today are:
- Los Vientos Castle
- Los Vientos Cathedral
- Los Vientos Town Hall (despite being built for local political purposes, the majestic clock tower made it an attraction)
- Iglesian Parliament
- Meyala Palace
There are 15 districts in the city proper: