Montgomery is a city in the Dragoonasag state of Lohana. It is the county seat and largest city in Colex County. Its nickname is "Blue City, Lohana" because of the primary color of the city's sports teams.


Montgomery is located in the Central Plains Region of Lohana, as well as Lohana's "Fertile Belt".


Montgomery was founded in 1896, and two years later, it was chosen to be the county seat of Colex County. The city's name was changed to Colex City in 1924, in honor of John Joseph Colex of Vegetano, for whom the county is named. The name was changed back to Montgomery in 1927. In 1929, a street in Montgomery was named after Colex.


During the last census, Montgomery had a population of about 14,135. About 69% of the population was Caucasian. Africans made up about 10%. Hispanics made up about 10%. Native Parkufos made up about 5%. Islanders made up about 5%, and Asians made up about 1% of the population.

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