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Terraconserva is a planet located in its home system. Terraconserva is home to humans and many languages, as well as a loose governing body called the Terraconserva Council of Nations with its headquarters being located in Bostonia. The largest city in Terraconserva is San Salvador, followed by Ankarabad, and then Quebecshire City. The most spoken language is Eminopler counting according to total number of speakers, but Spanish is the largest if only native speakers are counted. Abrahamic religions dominate the world, however, Atheism makes up a large portion of the world's religious makeup alongside Paganism. The first civilization in Terraconserva was the Ayreoshubic Kingdom which rose around 3500BC and collapsed around 2000BC. Its territory is now controlled by Terranihil, Greater Sacramento, Malgax, and Quebecshire. Today, Ayreoshubic influence can be seen all around the world with almost every nation having speakers that speak an Ayreoshubic Language

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The Trans-Fiordland Railroad is one of Paleocacher's most famous tourist attractions. Running from Inverness to Bayport in the remote Fiordland Region the railroad is one of the only ways to access the more remote areas deep within Fiordland National Park. The railroad uses refurbished steam locomotives that have been converted to run on oil and modernized passenger cars. It has stops in both the main towns on the peninsula and in the communities of Rathcullen (population 1400) and Perth (population 822). Three additional stops are there for purposes of refueling the train and lodges are there for hikers and backpackers who wish to enter inland areas of the park. It takes the train thirty two hours to complete the journey through the wilderness from the north end to the south end. There are two passenger trains a day and three in peak tourist seasons. The railroad also has freight trains several times a week to carry groceries and other supplies to the towns in remote areas of the peninsula. Read more...
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