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"Explorers have searched for it for centuries. El Dorado. The Golden City. It's a technological marvel."
Ulysses Klaue[src]

The Golden City, also known as Birnin Zana,[1] is the capital city of the Kingdom of Wakanda.

History

"Evacuate the city. Engage all defenses. And get this man a shield."
Black Panther[src]
The Golden City was founded by the Golden Tribe as the main city of Wakanda. Located at the heart of Wakandan civilization, the city displayed incredibly advanced pieces of technology such as the Wakandan Maglev Train for public transportation.

In 1989, Ulysses Klaue managed to infiltrate the city with help from Prince N'Jobu in order to steal a cache of Vibranium, which caused the death of several Wakandans.

Due to the death of his father King T'Chaka, T'Challa returned to the Golden City in order to be crowned the new King of Wakanda. Following his incoronation, T'Challa took a stroll with his friend Nakia in the Golden City while being escorted by the Dora Milaje, and they discussed the relevance of Wakanda's seclusive policy.

Following a failed attempt to arrest Klaue, T'Challa, Nakia and Okoye returned to the Golden City with a wounded Everett Ross, who they hid in Shuri's Lab. Later, Erik Killmonger managed to be granted access to the city after he presented himself with the body of Klaue, enabling him for an audience in the Citadel during which he claimed the throne of Wakanda.

Shuri, Ramonda, Nakia and Ross were forced to flee the Golden City when Killmonger seemingly killed Black Panther in ritual combat. However, they were ultimately able to return after reuniting with him in Jabari Land. Once reinstated as King of Wakanda, T'Challa took yet another walk with Nakia in the streets of the Golden City and thanked her for her invaluable assistance.[2]

Wakandan Dome

An Outrider Dropship crashes over the Golden City

Two years later, T'Challa welcomed the Avengers into the Golden City as they had come to ask Shuri to safely remove the Mind Stone from Vision's skull. While Shuri assessed the length of the task, Okoye was informed that spacecrafts were invading Wakanda's air space. Outside, Falcon, War Machine and the Winter Soldier saw one Dropship crashing on the dome protecting the city. Knowing that a furious battle was to come, T'Challa ordered the evacuation of the Golden City.[3]

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