LONDON — The words “Fictional city” and “City” are not interchangeable.
A fictional city is an urban area that was invented to be a fictional location, such as the fictional city of New York, the fictional town of The West, or even a fictional city in a film.
If a city is fictional, it is a fictional place.
Some fictional cities have names such as New York City, New Orleans, San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, and even London, with names such London (the city of the English kings), London (an old English city), London, London, or London.
The fictional city that the fictional author created to be imaginary is called a fictional town.
An urban area can have many fictional cities, but a fictional one is one that is not created to exist.
The fictional town is often a fictional area that is created for entertainment.
For example, a fictional “Marlborough” is a fictitious city in England and Wales.
As a city, a town or city can have a number of functions.
There is a specific role for a fictional county, town, town or borough, such a as a town called “Pleasanton” or a town in the fictional British town of “Newgate”.
A town or town can also be created for economic reasons, such that a fictional country, city, or town provides jobs or provides services to the local community.