The small country of Liesberg is situated on the border between France and Germany in central Europe. The country history reached back to the 14th century where the king of France gave a piece of land to his favoured city planer and architect Alexander Chalampé.
Alexander established a city on the land bearing his own name and today Chalampé is the largest city and capital of the small nation of Liesberg.
I will like to start with showing you some pictures from downtown Chalampé. Please let me know what you think.
The square in front of the National Theatre:
Riverfront apartments and shops in Chalampé:
The stock exhange and the National bank:
There are hundreds of small squares and statues like this throughout Chalampé
St. marie Church situated along the river:
And here is a small overview where you can get an idea of the city layout: