Imperial City may refer to Rome and:
- Imperial City, Beijing, the central section of Beijing
- Imperial City, Huế, a walled fortress and palace in the former capital of Vietnam.
- Free imperial city, a city directly subject only to the Holy Roman Emperor
- Cusco, an ancient Inca city in Peru often cited as The Imperial City
- Constantinople, at times referred to as the Imperial City during the Byzantine Period.
- Toledo, Spain, an important city of the Spanish Empire
- Coruscant (during the reign of the Galactic Empire), a fictional planet in the center of the Star Wars galaxy
- Imperial City, Cyrodiil, the fictional capital of the Empire of Tamriel featured in the Elder Scrolls role-playing game series
It can also be a generic term for a major city that dominates the economic activities of a large region and which also builds impressive public and private structures and cultural institutions, even if it possesses a democratic government within the framework of a larger republic (for example, as described in the book Imperial San Francisco: Urban Power, Earthly Ruin by Gray Brechin).
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