Barzon is the name of a northern capital city.
Barzon was named the capitol of the country of Treston in 728, following the creating of that country. In 737 the Outer Territories were merged with Treston, and by 746 the New Territories comprised all of the region formerly known as Old Mesda. Barzon was then reassigned as the capitol city of the New Territories.
Barzon is renowned for its historical significance, and includes sites such as the old Parliament building and the theater in which the Emperor and his wife were secretly married. It also holds the honor of being one of the few cities under any rule that has remained untouched by enemy armies. It is a popular tourist site in the summer for visitors wishing to learn more about the fascinating history of the New Territories.