Saturnia. The largest city in the nation. A city of culture, architecture, food, entertainment, arts, and more. Here is a brief introduction to Saturnia, this magnificent city.
Downtown Saturnia is the most vast office district in the nation. Skyscrapers such as these loom large above the rest of the city, and the people around them.
The University of Saturnia is a vast center of education, including many classrooms, dorms, and a large library.
The Sports Complex in Northwest Saturnia is shown here with the large stadiums with capacities of 56,000 (soccer), 67,000 (Football), and 80,000 (Olympics)
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist looms large over the gardens neighboring and the ritzy neighborhoods that have developed around here since the Cathedral's 1853 completion.
Houses on stilts are seen off of the southern coast of Saturnia. They make for popular tourist attractions near Saturnia's warm beaches.
Chinatown sits north of downtown, adding a vast Asian culture to the area. An castle based on those of Ancient Japan stands above this area.
In many poor areas of Saturnia, row homes like these stretch far and wide around the area.
An area designed like medieval villages in the area is a popular destination in Northeast Saturnia. However, the modern skyscrapers are a constant reminder of the current time period.
The Saturnia Museum of Islamic Art is one of the three main art museums in Saturnia. Next to it is the Saturnia Museum of Indian Art, one of the others.
City Hall's magnificent dome is a symbol of the amount of power held in this city, in economics, culture, architecture, and all around.