Hello and welcome to Elloria, a small town in the north west of Jennai. Elloria is the final town between Jennai City and the Bosco di Celeste, which forms the natural border with Amosseri province.
Elloria is a modern town, built predominantly in the 1960s and 70s, as urban sprawl from Jennai continued northwards. Much of the town is in an American style and is very different to other areas of Cattala.
In the heart of Elloria is the town’s market, which is one of the oldest buildings in the town and remains a very popular provincial market.
Nearby is the town’s central library, which was built in the 1980s and is a centrepiece of culture in the town. Education in Elloria is well funded and it’s infrastructure is recognised nationally as exemplary.
Near the library is the town’s main secondary school. It was built in the 1970s alongside a lot of the town, and has a large athletics track and football pitch inside the grounds. Most Cattalian schools, built in the traditional Mediterranean style, don’t have these facilities.
Elloria is also home to a large business park in the south-west of the town. The park is home to numerous international offices and employs much of the towns population.
In the wealthier south of Elloria, the prominent building is the Cormiar Library, named after a prominent Jennian. It looks out onto the local park and is one of the centrepieces of the Ellorian education system.
Elloria’s main church is in the suburbs, and was built in a neo-medieval style. It’s a landmark building in the community and is symbolic of the fact that even though Elloria is more modern and Westernised than the rest of Cattala, the traditional faith is still popular here.
Persephone School is the largest “elementaria” school in the town, and is also found in the sprawling suburbs of Elloria. On school days traffic on these roads is terrible, with parents parking up and down the roads.
To end today, a brief overview of South East Elloria, including a small group of shops, more suburbs and a little park.