Tag: Sophia

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  • Damasque

    Though the smallest district in terms of land area, Damasque is one of the oldest parts of the city as well as being centrally located at the core of Sophia. Damasque is home to the original communities of Deltan and Sekan colonists, and is home to unique …

  • Capitale

    Capitale was a largely undeveloped area above the Rise on the eastern end of the city, until the Federal Commonwealth began construction of the Governor’s Compound and subsidized corporate development in the area. Today it is covered in rows of pristine …

  • Nysa

    At the western end of the city, on either side of the Andakha River, Nysa sprouted up around the growing spaceport. Filled with constant movement and itinerant visitors, it became known for its bustling markets, variety of hotels and entertainment, and …

  • Cloister

    Located on the south edge of the city below the Rise, the Cloister first developed a unique character as it came to host sizable communities of both Neo-Sufis and Apostolic Christians and a large number of religious structures. Its older areas became some …

  • Cataracts

    The Cataracts district began as land set aside for the water processing and purification facilities at the headwaters of the Andakha, and gradually grew into a largely industrial area with an abundance of factories and storage facilities. Located north of …