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Kritton was once an important river stopover for goods being run up and down the river by boat delivering a wide variety of goods from the SW Quadrant. The modern rural highways still run through town but its importance as a trade centre has plumetted due to its landlocked location. Afterwards, during the 17 and 1800's, many painters flocked to paint the marshes and rolling hills so close to the capitol, and some beautiful buildings were built. The monastary was the first to be built, and also become the secondary centre of religion in the capitol district for some time. In 1885, the river through downtown was urbanized (now regretted) to help prevent the recent bad flooding and erosion after many rainy seasons. Today, the city has gone the tourist route and hosts a mountain resort for skiing and mountain biking, two golf courses, a large conservation area, a lakeside resort, canoeing, road cycling, and a famous farmers market. Famous chefs from the capitol often send employees to get fresh ingredients from the market. Its also full of history and many take guided tours downtown. The city also boasts a large industrial park and a successful tertitary sector which employs many people. So without further ado...
Part market, part cafe. And the train station with direct trains to the capitol.
Across the river where a large portion of residents live.
To the west
To the north
The remaining plot of marshland to the northeast of downtown.
The main road to Kenningsjor.
The main road to Urhillian mountain.
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