Seat of government of the United Nations: Located at Earth’s South Pole at the center of the continent of Antarctica which was designated United Nations Territory in 2066 CE. The United Nations was revitalized by Secretary General Jans Ingvald and the Amundsen-Scott Station, a scientific research station operated by the United States of America was selected as the future seat of the United Nations. An environmental dome known as the “Great Dome” was designed to cover the entire city which was designed to house all of the organizations and agencies, and housing for their staff. The population of Amundsen-Scott reached a peak in the mid twenty-fifth century of 10 million. The Great Dome was completed in 2078 CE and the first General Assembly session was convened in the city in 2080 CE.