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1 Hampton Update Central on Sun Aug 10, 2014 1:07 am

Will

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Seeing as out of the 70 million Praeians, 1/15th live in one city, and many more in the outlying suburbs and exurbs, I thought it fitting that I make a separate thread for the city of Hampton. This is now my 3rd (possibly 4th) version of Hampton, and Possibly my last, although I do have a love of doing Capital Cities.


We start today at Parliament Square Station, the main Hampton Terminus of the Queens Royal Rail Service. It is located right across from the Parliament building in the Borough of Bishop's Palace


The Royal Library of the Commons is the national Library, built, and the collection assembled by order of King John V in 1876, and added on by the royal staff ever since.


Parliament Building


Royal Palace and Gardens, home of the Royal Family and the home of King Leon II.


King Henry III Statue is located appx. 1/4 mile west of the Palace. It was built in 1901 as a tribute to King Henry III (1720-1744)


St. Aaron's Square is located across the River Gorm from the Palace and Parliament Buildings. It is bordered by the Royal Hotel Gorm and St Samuel's Cathedral


St. Samuel's Cathedral


Magpie Wharf is the name given to the CBD of Hampton. It is located East of Bishop's Palace and is bordered to the south by the Borough of Easton, separated by Magpie Lake and the River Gorm. Along the river is Shipmaker Yard, home stadium of Easton F.C.


The FF Unified Youth Training Ground is a united initiative from the Football Federation to house and train Youth Players. It offers a clean healthy alternative to turn the youths into prosperous adults, on and off the pitch.


The Royal National Bank and Reserve Center is located in the Borough of Halifax, and is major banking center of Praeia. It houses most of the Federal assets o the GSK. It is also among the most secure buildings in the world.


Queens Park is home to Queens Palace F.C. It was first opened in 1920 and has been expanded numerous times since. Capacity is now 60,338.


Christchurch Arch was built in 1952 as a memorial to the lives lost across the world in the Great Adonian War, along with the fact that GSK was on the winning side of the war.


Oxygen Garden is the main indoor complex for sporting and events in Hampton. It often plays host to concerts and has played host to the Praeian Hockey Final, Praeian Basketball League Final, PTP Finals and the Hampton Lions Futsal Club of the WFS Futsal Premiership.


PBC Television Center, where PBC 1, PBC 2, PBC 3, PBC Sports, PBC Radio Channels 1-5, and PBC News are broadcast from. Virtually any Praeian PBC Broadcast originates from this building.


Royal University of Hampton. Established in 1683, it is one of the most highly rated universities in the world.

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2 Re: Hampton Update Central on Sun Aug 10, 2014 2:33 am

Ohhhh very pretty!! Love the canals and roundabouts

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3 Re: Hampton Update Central on Sun Aug 10, 2014 11:18 am

Kurt

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Looks great! Smile

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