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The Texca Hills Museum District logo was adopted in 1974, and was revised in 1998, 2003, and 2013.
A clearly visible, forest wrapped district, the Museum District encompasses 13 museums, and has its own private road for lower traffic flow.
Here in the district map with a numerical identification of various museums:
1. Texca Hills Historical Society
2. Royal Education Art Piece
3. Hills Aquatic Center for the Arts
4. Texca Museum of Architecture
5. Kingdom Museum of National Archives
6. Texca Hills National History Museum
7. Museum for the Language Studies
8. East Side Aquarium
9. Asian-Texcan Museum of the Education
10. National Registry of the Family
11. Royal War Museum and Archives
12. Royal Hills Maritime Inquiry
13. Texca Hills Fishery and Game Research Association
14. Kingdom of Texca Hills Royal Archives and History Museum
Freeway access to the district bring people from all across the city
Settled deeply in protected forested areas, there are common public spaces for people to rest between the museums to lunch, reflect, and rest.
The National Archives house the Royal Charter, the Royal family lineage, and is frequently visited by members of the Royal Family.
To provide an enhanced experience, a fountain containing roundabout was donated by the Klapp Family in 1898.
The Kingdom of Texca Hills Royal Archives and History Museum houses documents and information on the nation dating back to 1215 AD, when the hills of Texca were declared a sovereign kingdom.
More districts, zones, and weird grids to come!