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City Auriga

The floating city of Alto Mare - Renamed as Auriga

  1. Fjarlaegur
    The following city is the floating city of the United Republic of Normany. The city was founded by Monsieur Hotaro Fjarlaegur (A Norwegian Colonist along with his German and French followers) on the Island of Alto Mare renamed into Auriga. The city is famous for its waters and Hi-tech industry.
    To enter the city one must currently go by ship. In the future, there are plans to add a railway and RHM line towards the city.

    General Information:
    Languages
    : French(50%), German(15%) and Norwegian(35%)

    Demonym
    : Aurigans
    Area:414.57 km2
    Population: 51,450 (2014)

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Recent Reviews

  1. Jotaere
    Jotaere
    5/5,
    Wonderful! A floating city...
    I really like the unique style of the emplacement.
  2. Steven H. Endermann
    Steven H. Endermann
    5/5,
    Your whole city looks nice-especially the spring trees. I cannot wait to see more pictures. Keep up the good work. Merry Christmas.
    1. Fjarlaegur
      Author's Response
      Thank you! And have a Merry Christmas to you too!