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For many years, the Cornfield was a region of mythological status. A region where naughty avatars were sent to think about what they had done. Rumor had it that the Cornfield was a vast starlit field, cut off from the rest of the world. It was thought to be a harmless tale told around moonlit campfires. Until now...View this destination »
Step into a gorgeously classy rainy garden in Le Botanique. Sip champagne by lanterns, red wine by candelabra or relax in private nooks and crannies. With gloriously-detailed pathways, lounges and rain-kissed greenhouses, Le Botanique is a relaxing escape from a humdrum life.View this destination »
The Month of Games is coming to Second Life this July 12th-31st with three exciting weeks of shows, sales rooms and parties. Join them as they bring your favorite games to life. With over 35 designers, this is an event not to be missed!View this destination »
El Laberinto Perdido is a new art exhibit by Romy Nayar with sounds and scripts by Ux Hax. If you decide to delve into the Lost Labyrinth, your deepest fears and defects will take control. You will live them again and again and again... No one has escaped...View this destination »
The Lost Unicorn Gallery is a fabulous selection of Second Life fantasy-themed artwork created by some of the best artists in the game. All placed in an intricate elven castle overlooking a beautifully magical forest. All landscaping by Fleur (AzizaRomana Resident).View this destination »
The Portal Park is your launching pad to several great experiences in Second Life. Start here for easy access portals that will teleport you to The Cornfield, The Wilderness, Linden Realms and more!View this destination »
Hair Fair 2014 is the annual event where hair creators from all over Second Life release event-exclusive hairstyles. With a percentage of all sales being donated to Wigs for Kids, you deserve a chance to spice up that hair!View this destination »
A traveling circus arrived at the town of Deadpool. When children started vanishing, the townspeople turned their gaze on the circus performers. They were horrified to discover sick and twisted marionettes and other unspeakable acts. It's been said that people still hear the screams emanating from the abandoned carnival.View this destination »
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