Liran Van Garden is not your typical city! It contains many secrets hidden within. Let’s discover them together!
Liran Van Garden
Liran Van Garden incorporates both technology and nature. Not only do you have majestic skyscrapers but also pristine natural parks and suburbs - everything is in harmony with each other here.
This amazing and truly unique destination has been constructed from scratch to become one of the most fascinating locations: no other city combines natural beauty with modern technology as successfully as Liran Van Garden does.
From high above, aerial photographers would say that Liran Van Garden looks like an opened eye. This astonishingly beautiful structure features multiple ports and beaches along with lush green areas. However, don’t let its mesmerising appearance fool you into thinking that it isn’t full of life – quite on the contrary! An estimated population of more than seven million people lives in Liran Van Garden. Many different communities can be found here. The city draws people who have different backgrounds but share a love for technology, nature and culture. Residents are free to embrace their own lifestyles so long as they respect local laws. For example: some choose to live in eco-friendly mansions or modern flats whilst others prefer traditional wooden huts; no matter what you choose, there will always be somewhere for you in Liran Van Garden . . . as long as you’re willing to comply with your district regulations! As mentioned earlier, there are many different communities located within Liran Van Garden. Around 2 million Nautas reside in North Liran, 1 Million in East Liran, 2 other million inhabit South Liran, 1 million in West Liran and another 1 million live in the Levifith Archipelago.
Cultural diversity is one of our city’s key strengths. Nautas work together because they think alike; they blend well within each other's society without any conflict whatsoever!
Diversity is respected here, we are multicultural, we embrace our diferencies! That's why Nautas and Specularis live together side by side. Every community has its own opinions and ideas that complement each other. It is indeed amazing to see so many different types of people living peacefully together!
Solarpunk architecture is based off a highly-integrated, sustainable approach to urban planning that recognises humans as an integral part of their environment. Buildings are designed to maximize performance from passive solar, harnessing solar energy for heating water and buildings through passive systems such as oriented window surfaces and roof patterns, thermal mass and insulation. Energy efficiency is not simply about conservation - it’s about enabling inhabitants to live in symbiosis with their natural environment.
Cities are planned with walkable neighbourhoods to encourage an eco-friendly lifestyle. Food is grown within communities rather than being imported from afar; empty lots are transformed into community gardens that reduce city maintenance costs and produce healthy foods for their residents.
Neo-gothic architecture is one of the most recognisable types within Liran Van Garden, known for its pointed arches, ribbed vaults and flying buttresses. Elements of Gothic architecture can be seen in Solarpunk as well; aesthetics like dark stained wood, elaborate stone carvings, statues and sculptures fill homes that are built to last. Meanwhile, solar panelled roofs atop grand structures provide aesthetic appeal while offsetting operating costs.
With an ecological design at its core, Solarpunk focuses on flexibility and personal growth in an effort to create liveable cities that don’t sacrifice beauty or function. Cities are intended to evolve over time with their residents.
Liran Van Garden is a hub of technology, education and culture. By embracing adaptability and change at every level, architects encourage inhabitants to remain curious about their communities’ futures while providing residents with a space they love living in today.
Art is also prominent in Solarpunk design, with creative murals and sculptures often displayed prominently throughout the city and its districts. This focus on art reflects a strong sense of community that permeates throughout Solarpunk design; instead of decorating living spaces in anonymous hotel lobbies or impersonal offices, inhabitants have access to communal spaces filled with works from their neighbours and fellow community members.
Art Deco is also present in Liran Van Garden architecture. Art Deco buildings are designed to be as impressive and distinctive as possible; designers often embraced bold colours and patterns in addition to a consistent color scheme.
Art Nouveau is also a prominent style in solarpunk architecture. Like Art Deco, it’s known for its use of bright colours, geometric shapes and rich textures. This style evolved from what was known as architectural eclecticism; designers mixed together different architectural styles and historical elements to produce novel designs that appealed to their inhabitants’ artistic sensibilities.
The history of the city
There are a lot of myths and legends about the origin of the city. Some people say that Enheduanna, the first high priestess, and who wrote the first spellbooks, built Liran Van Garden. Other people claim that Lua Valentia, the creator of the Speculari System, had channeled it by accident when she was trying to build an astral temple for herself. Valentia once wrote that she was only a teenager when she started astral-travelling to Liran Van Garden. She says is a place she created to escape reality. When Liran Van Garden became clearer in her mind, she realised that many key places resemble Sumerian temples.
Liran's Van Garden motto is Le Sodi Qifdo Vevi which means happiness lives here.
In North Liran, you will find parks, museums, pagan temples, monuments, galleries and many places to visit and enjoy. There are also famous events such as Festival d’Automne, during which thousands people gather at the North Square where artists across every sector perform at their best.
North Liran is known for its sophistication. It is elegant, fascinating and impressive. You can find statues and monuments created by neoclassical artists.
This district is really well-known for its amazing museums and it attracts millions of tourists every year. The city center is also impressive, with all sorts of monuments, buildings and artworks from neoclassic architecture, obviously based on Solarpunk values, to contemporary art. You can find a large number of buildings and places that are filled with history, but also joy and relaxation.
In North Liran you will find many medieval-like castles.
Hotel Malpheur is one of them. It consists in a medieval castle inspired by the 1400s, and has all its charm and mystery. Many hotel guests keep coming back to it over and over again, because they say that every time they stay there something strange happens, as if there were strange creatures wandering around... Hotel Malpheur is also known for its secret passages between different rooms and that are used to give rooms a unique feel. Visitors can choose whether they want these passages open or closed. If they decide on an open door policy then you can hear people walking around in other rooms, sometimes even going through your own room!
The Levifith Archipelago is known for its 8 breathtaking islands. The Thovaad Island is the most famous one. There you visit both Specula's and Arukah's Temples. So make sure you visit Thovaad Island, enjoy yourself but please be respectful of other people's space and their spirituality as well as culture because that’s what makes us unique!
People here can explore beautiful beaches and great natural landscapes while swimming in crystal clear waters. The Xoac Island is where Lua Valentia and her family lives. The Ujai island is know for its vulcano. The other five islands are known for their beauty and mystery.
The seaside location provides plenty of opportunities for water activities like snorkeling and kayaking as well as biking through scenic trails. People who enjoy scuba diving will be able to see sea turtles and colourful fish while exploring coral reefs that surround large sandstone rocks. Visitors who want to learn more about aquatic life in Liran Van Garden can make their way up Mt Wass, which has several lookout points showcasing bayside fishing towns and offshore rock formations that divers love exploring.
For those who are fascinated by marine life, they can visit a mermaid town underwater. It is hard to get into but you can ask Arukah or any other mythical creature how to do it. There you will be able to swim with dolphins and mermaids if you are lucky :)
Let it snow
North Liran has well defined four seasons: summer, autumn, winter and spring. Besides its typical temperature, there is always a source of freshness in form of snowflakes that often covers streets. Winter sports are often practiced. The temperatures seldom lower to -15 degrees Celsius (-5F) in the coldest months. There are many ski resorts around - the latest technology are used. They are all near Liran's most famous landmark: Nevsengate. These resorts provide different slopes and long descents that allows everyone has their own level. Other activities include sightseeing through trains that take you along beautiful lakes with stunning nature around them. Visitors can go ice climbing when they get tired of skiing on snowy mountains or simply let off steam at one of city centre’s night clubs or bars after skiing or any other activity. There is also an expo (NevExpo) every year where most children from all over Liran Van Garden gather for competitions and exciting events. Bring your family too, so it can be fun for anyone!
The Adult District
This District is only available for adults (18+).
Forget about everything else, it’s time to get down and dirty. There are several places in Liran that stand out as a great place to go if you’re looking for some adult entertainment. With a reputation as one of planet's most famous pleasure spots, one can easily see why people flock to Liran in droves when they need to let off some steam. After all, with so many exotic nightlife offerings, what is there not to like?
Also known as the Red Light District, it has become a popular location for sexual intercourse. Another place worth visiting is Victoria's Casino since they offer games through holograms including Mahjong and Blackjack. They even have access to VR sex simulations, haptic suits and all sorts of other wacky things. Liran’s complete lack of morals when it comes to sexual activities means you could also go to S&M Free Area where every type of relationship is accepted as normal. For example: Dominant/submissive couples; voyeurism; mutual masturbation... etc. Everything that gets your motor running can be found in Liran’s Red Light District.
The Escarlate Temple - Located within The Adult District, The Escarlate Temple is quite famous around Liran. Thousands upon thousands tourists flock here each year due to its historical significance. The entire complex is dedicated toward sex as well as many events featuring or even specialising in adult toys and vibrators.
The Scarlet Women live in this temple. They are a sacred society made up of priestesses who put their sexuality at the service of Liran Van Garden. Women submit themselves freely and voluntarily to the desire of Sex so that their vital energy feeds an eternal flame burning in honor of none other than Babalon herself! An expensive yet luxurious place where an army of beautiful escorts attend high class customers.
Every year, Liran hosts different kind of psychedelic festivals where you can experiment with drugs. Taking something like LSD could certainly be a real trip (heh). But don’t worry, there are several mind-altering substances that will give you a slightly more benign experience. The exact effects will vary depending on what psychedelic drug you choose. Before taking any psychedelic substance, remember that they should never be used without proper guidance and as with any other recreational drug; moderation is key! Three major psychedelic festivals happens during summer: Kokorellia Festival: This festival happens all around North Liran in August, near Sauna da Noite located in Galaxie Springs Forest Park.
Other events have been taking place for years, allowing people to put their inhibitions aside and express themselves in ways they normally couldn’t. For example: Nautas could freely dance around with flowers in their hair or art enthusiasts could create bizarre pieces using hallucinogenic inspiration as fuel. ...It’s pretty safe to say that Liran certainly has a unique perspective on drug use.
Please remember to always dress appropriately before living one of these neighbourhoods because some people tend to take offense at otherwise well-dressed individuals wearing skimpy clothing.
The Specula's Temple
The Specula's Temple is one of the most beautiful monuments on the Thovaad Island, the central island located in the Levifith Archipelago. It’s a witchcraft centre and place for meditation. You can walk around it and be amazed. Anybody from all ages are welcome to visit here and gain inspiration from the Specularis.
Some people like to climb up to the highest point of the Temple and watch the sunset, whilst others prefer looking at art or history inside of it; whilst others prefer swimming across crystal clear waters or eating somewhere peaceful where they get an amazing view.
The Temple has several entrances with steps leading down into it. It is surrounded by a beautiful garden and most importantly by water from underground springs which flow around it's foundation making it look very clean. There are many fountains in various places throughout keeping you refreshed when on your visit.
Specularis interested in developing themselves have to attend at least one hour class here a week. In addition to that they do spend a few hours every month on homework or studying with teachers or independently when they study subjects which are not available in most schools like e.g., Witchcraft, Yoga and Meditation.
In case there is not enough time for class on a specific day, students can visit one of those underground classrooms. The classes are taught by teachers from different belief systems.Due to those reasons many Specularis choose to go here and study instead of going to a regular university.
The underground part of the temple has a victorian goth style. The walls and floors are made from dark grey stone. Every single light fitting is made out of black crystal. Each corridor leads to another room where people can get inspired in different ways like Art, Meditation or Praying. There is always a very good ambiance inside as some places have more than one light source; either it’s candlelight or crystals shining on their own basis depending on how moody it should be in there. To make them more inviting they are decorated with paintings, statues and columns with sigils carved into them that carry wisdom through history.
The paintings are done in different styles. There are realist ones, surrealism, abstract and more.
There are several octagonal rooms for witchcraft purposes. Here you can learn about basic spell, potions and energy management. There are two halls - one being connected to a famous lobby bar - hosting parties where people dance and mingle while they celebrate their traditional holidays (although during spring break different fashion festivals do take place). One hall is used as a concert venue. Inside it is decorated with black walls that sigils drawn on them.
Asian culture in North Liran
In North Liran you will find great restaurants to eat sushi or seafood, like Kaeru sushi restaurant.
The Chinatown in North Liran is famous for its restaurants. It is one of those places that make people dream about Asian countries. It's full of life and architecture from all over Asia so you will find an amazing diversity there. It is a centre for many Chinese community activities like festivals and celebrations on various occasions such as New Year or Lantern Festival.
In Liran, Chinese cuisine is very popular. For example, there are restaurants like China Star that offer many dishes that you can share with friends and family. You can even try them out at night when they set up a few tables inside their shop right next to an amazing tea display with countless teas for you to choose from.
Liran’s Japanese culture can be found in many places. If you are looking for something new, you you will encounter a plethora of authentic Japanese restaurants, shops and businesses.
South Liran is a district filled with cafes, art galleries and outdoor adventures. It offers an unforgettable experience for holiday-makers interested in nature, yoga or family activities. This district has some Liran’s most beautiful parks. One of South Liran's hidden gems features lush subtropical forest trails for those who want to enjoy Mother Nature at her best; it boasts more than 80 species of birds along with a range or other animals that include kangaroos and koalas! Here you need to be prepared thanks to its wide temperature swings between day and night. Summers are warm, humid and rainy with temperatures hovering around 26 degrees celcius (80F) most days. The winters have milder temps thanks to cool sea breezes but mornings may still see frost on occasion, and sometimes even a little bit of snow.
High summer means citrus is ripe for picking; while late autumn heralds the harvest of grapes. Summer’s heat prompts many locals to head off on weekend getaways or holidays throughout South Liran.
Another plus about living in South Liran is that there are plenty of wineries to visit nearby. Many people come here during summer months as there are often free concerts held in South's Liran Main Square—and if you’re looking for local wine tour deals, prices will depend greatly on how much time you wish to spend visiting each vineyard.
Here, wineries offer tours of their premises as well as gourmet meals and souvenirs to purchase. You should try to find out what special events are planned at South Liran’s Visitor Information Centre. Food and Wine Trails is a site that can help you plan your itinerary so make sure to give it a look before you visit.
South Liran is more than just a picturesque area filled with wineries, it also offers some amazing attractions! South Station is not only a working vineyard but also home to unique events including an Autumn Festival and Easter weekend, while nearby South Wines often showcases art exhibitions in their tasting room.
With its breath-taking views and quaint villages, South Liran has attracted wine connoisseurs from all over. Overlooking lush green valleys dotted with wineries, eco-friendly lodges and bushland reserves stands South Cave which features on houseboats that operate on these scenic waterways.
South Liran is so diverse and versatile that there’s a wine for every palate. It offers more than 300 cellar doors to explore, from elegant boutique establishments showcasing some of Liran’s finest drops, to local producers serving up award-winning shiraz. An abundance of affordable restaurants and cafes allow you to enjoy your tipple over a meal, while plenty of hiking and biking trails invite you to explore and learn about Liran’s food culture.
South Springs in Liran Van Garden has been called the largest inland spa due to its unusually large number of thermal pools. If you’re looking for something very different from what you find at other spas, South Springs may be just what you need!
Is a natural hot mineral spring where everybody can relax and enjoy a genuine spa experience. The springs have been an attraction ever since, especially for tourists who come from all over to soak in its soothing waters. There are now more than 30 pools at South Springs, making it one of Liran’s largest inland spas!
The Science Commune
The Science Commune is located in South Liran's central business district (CBD). Researchers work on every single field that has to do with science: neurosciences, robotics, computer science, nanotechnology etc. Many well known universities can be found here because they want access to talented researchers and young students. There are several hidden facilities where scientists work.
Several different styles were used during its construction; postmodern architecture reigned throughout most of it. One can see neo-Gothic elements from older buildings juxtaposed with glassy skyscrapers; one even finds brutalist buildings throughout some parts of it.
South Liran’s central business district is dominated by modern skyscrapers, with a diverse range of architectural styles. The tallest building in Liran is 108 Street, standing at 206 metres. Two other skyscrapers follow closely in height: Mooncorp Plaza and Luna Torres.
Around 90% of South Liran’s population lives in districts close to Puy du Flambeau where most skyscrapers and modern buildings stand up. On that area there is a lot to do: you can take part in arts festivals such as Fusion or South Gaze or go shopping along Avenue Hedtu.
The Speckus Observatory is another part of The Science Commune.
It is located in Fort Park close to Changhar Bridge (one of the most famous bridges in this District) over Joncha River. Nowadays, part of The Speckus Observatory serves as a museum that contains several instruments that were used by astronomers before space exploration became popular. In addition, there is still research done at The Speckus Observatory today.
South Liran Diversity
As one of Liran’s most multicultural cities, South Liran is home to a thriving Indian community, and while they assimilate into local culture well, they maintain their original identity as well. The same goes for other communities in South Liran; it’s not unusual to see restaurants with menus written entirely in Spanish or Portuguese. Many businesses have adapted to be as culturally inclusive as possible. The district also holds an annual Music Festival where performers from all over gather for three days of non-stop music making, composing and jamming in some of the island's natural sett