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Vesüha

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Vesüha
Nation: Lakkvia Lakkvia
Population: ~400,000
Predominant language: Finnish, Estonian, Craitish, Hurmu

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Vesüha is the capital of and largest city in the Craitish territory of Lakkvia. Built upon the site of the former-Hurmu capital of Huyenkula, it is located on an isthmus between two of the six Holy Lakes.

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Landmarks

  • Palace of the Elenaran (In Hurmu: Aryun Elenaran), the former capitol of Hurmu, finished in 1486 AN, was damaged severely in 1603 AN in the aftermath of the Hurmu Genocide, but was renovated in the 1650s. It was the grandest building of Huyenkula, built in Menelmacari style and housed the entirety of the Hurmu government. It also included several garden atria. Named in honour of the Elenaran of Menelmacar, it never once saw a visit by him, as Menelmacar folded and Hurmu went into Crandish protection. The name remained. In the years 1574 AN1592 AN, it was the official residence of the Prince of Elwynn, Amokolia and Hurmu, however, due to its geographical position, the Prince never did spend much time there, preferring Eliria instead. It is currently a museum and headquarters of the Order of the Holy Lakes.
  • Presidential House, a small mansion built for the first president of Hurmu, Hallgrím Aðalgeirsson (governed 1476 AN1479 AN), survived the Hurmu Genocide and got the Lakkvian territorial government as tenant. During Hurmu's Storish era, it was the official residence of the Storish delegation to Hurmu.
  • The ruins of the Hurmu Gate, a former portal between the worlds located here. Destroyed in 1603 AN during the Hurmu Genocide. During the genocide, Jingdaoese soldiers used stone from the Gate to construct a giant statue of Sisera. This statue was destroyed rather quickly after the Lakkvians came to Hurmu.

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