Port de Pulke
Welcome to Port de Pulke! Like Gerachi, it is located in the former Bergonian Empire. Known for its beautiful canals, strong manufacturing and ship-building industries, Port de Pulke is one of the country's most important port cities.
After the Beridian Revolution, Port de Pulke has grown to be an industrial center ever since its occupation by Durcham was over back in 1749. To accomadate all of the commuting people pouring into the city to work in the factories, the city built canals to transport people around the city. Although a majority of them have been filled in since the the railroad was put in place in 1874, a section of them remains in the downtown area and part of the wealthier residential for historical importance and beauty.
This is the city hall, which is surrounded by canals. The city was founded during the Bergonian Empires hey-day back in 1543. The city hall has been redone multiple times, especially on the outside, but a good portion of the old interior has been restored.
Here we have more of downtown. on the left side of the canal, where the tables outside the building are, is a favorite restraunt throughout the city. They're a common sight along the canal.
Like I said earlier, Port de Pulke has quite a rail system. Its the best way to get in and out of the city.
Here are some more pictures of the rail system.
Looks like a college soccer match is going on.
The red bridge crosses over to the industrial area.
Anyway, here you can see the marina and the fishing docks. Seafood is a major food staple that is cosumed everyday by the citizens.
Heres a quick pic of some of the old villas that are still around. They give you a quick look at what Port de Pulke used to look like.
Well, thats all for now! Next time we'll move in a little more inland to Daboli.