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"Smoky" is probably the most popular description among the locals. It's true. That's what happens when the epicentre of the city's factories is near. Constantly covered by a thick layer of smoke, Halfmoon Hill has a moderate number of housing spaces but holds the city's largest workplaces. The Aldo Channel separates it from Kesky and the Town Centre.
|8||352||Jan 17 2013, 10:15 PM
In: The house that built me
By: Benito Giordano
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Initially an agricultural area, the North-Western fringes of New Venice are, in the main, comprised of small and full houses, surrounded by large patches of land. A few large constructions are scattered about the place, though they are most likely abandoned, having once been used as farmhouses. They make good meeting places. Connecting these constructions are the few roads leading out of the city. Directly cutting through them are the Peterson-Gold Railway tracks, connecting the city to Philadelphia, Boston and the rest of the country.
|3||15||Dec 20 2011, 07:58 PM
In: Cool it, Lassie
By: Francesca Bishop
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