|• Governor||Nimo Cäxido Šanalin Köb (Liberal)|
|• Total||704 km2 (272 sq mi)|
|• Density||3,300/km2 (8,600/sq mi)|
|Area code(s)||+692 391|
Cobena's name, which was used since it was founded in 1295, means "Place of gods" in Teninio (a very old language formerly spoken where Cobena is located), with Köbësbës meaning gods and Bëna meaning place. In Dezaking, the meaning is purposely kept.
The area around modern-day Cobena has been settled for a long time by various people. In 1295, the city-state of Cobena was established, and kept growing. It remained an important port city, and a popular city to live in. In 1911, when Rovenia was established by Cobenan king Roinesoya, he made Cobena become the capital.
Cobena is located on the ocean in western Rovenia, in the Cobena Region. To the northwest is the county of Uninu (Onino). To the northeast is the county of Finetos (Finëtös). To the east is the county of Aluma (Aloma) and hills. To the southwest is the ocean.
Cobena is one of the three county-cities in Rovenia, with Cofam and Cuionsi City being the other two. It is run by a governor, Nimo Cäxido Šanalin Köb. Cobena is also the capital of Rovenia and the location of the Rovenia House, where the presidents live.