The Lowedon Museum – A magnificent building styled after the ancient patterns of the Relmeenos Empire, the Lowedon museum houses the cultural treasures of Ulverland. Contentiously, it also houses the cultural treasures of other nations that were “liberated” over the years by Ulverlandian explorers and conquerors. The museum contains paintings from Morgundy, marble statutes from Relmeenos, and sarcophagi from Mord-Stavian as part of its permanent displays.
Cruciform Station – The southern-most terminus of Ulverland's only railroad line, which connects Lowedon to Gallowsburgh. Other major stops on the line are Elderburgh, Midenbrook, Covenant, and Orxham. Although it has only existed for but a decade, the Cruciform Line is already said to be haunted by the specters of those who died laboring upon its construction.
Orxham Circus – A prominent ring road in the Center City district, Orxham circus is festooned with a variety of shops, taverns, and eateries. Among its most famous attractions are the Drover's Wheel and the Eld Shoppe. The Drover's Wheel is a public house frequented by the intelligentsia; playwrights, poets, and philosophers gather there to drink absinthe and find inspiration. The Eld Shoppe is a curious little store that sells antiques and oddities; each item they sell has a lengthy story attached to it.
The Coronet Theater – Though Amphis is widely known as the theater district du jour, the Coronet Theater is a theater with a long history that still remains popular today. Once frequented exclusively by the nobility, the Coronet now stays open by mixing theatrical entertainments on the weekends with weekday bouts of bare-knuckle boxing and bear-baiting. It is said in some circles that the Coronet came be hired out privately for those wishing to see a nastier sort of bloodsport.
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Wherein I show my work and list some influences on the above:
The Lowedon Museum - The British Museum, with its death-grip on many Grecian treasures, is the most obvious inspiration, but there's probably a bit of the Mutter Museum in there as well.
Cruciform Station - King's Cross and Charring Cross figure in the mix here.
Orxham Circus - the Chester Cheese informed the Drover's Wheel and the Eld Shoppe is a riff on Dickens's Old Curiosity Shop, with a bit of Obscura in there as well.
Coronet Theater - bits of the Globe Theatre, bits of grand guignol, like you do.