Dinsmark is the capital and administrative center of the Principality of Belka. The city is located in Belka's historic birthplace, "Nord Belka", east of Anfang. Points of interest within Dinsmark include the famous Belkan Knight monument and the University of Dinsmark.
By the 1980s, the reformed Belkan Federation was in a state of economic turmoil. Belka's representative government, seated in Dinsmark, consequently fell under the control of a radical right-wing party, which aimed to restore Belka to its former glory. Dinsmark became the site of numerous military parades marked by ostentatious displays of the nation's technological might.
Throughout the duration of the Belkan War, Dinsmark's strategic northern location isolated the capital from the intense fighting along Belka's western and southern defense lines. Although the Allied Forces had begun preparing for an invasion of Nord Belka, the nuclear detonations of June 6, 1995 ensured that the Allies never reached Dinsmark. Despite undergoing considerable changes to its political structure in the wake of Belka's defeat, Dinsmark remained the nation's capital into the 21st century.
A Belkan propaganda poster featuring the Belkan Knight statue and Rot Team
- In line with Belka's numerous references to Germany, Dinsmark derives its name from Otto von Bismarck, the Prussian statesman responsible for the Unification of Germany in the late 1800s.