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Travel back in time to visit one of the many historical role-playing communities in Second Life.


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Syrinx

Syrinx

Syrinx is a beautiful and authentic Viking village. This moderate, non-combat location includes period-appropriate buildings and activities, they've even got the animals and plants native to Scandinavia. There are many places to engage in chores, spiritual and cultural exploration, relaxation, chores, adventure and maybe a little romance. Beware of sharks and bears!

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Stack Rock Fort

Stack Rock Fort

A grim and foreboding monolith, Stack Rock Fort protects the sea lanes of the City State of New Babbage. A converted Palmerston Fort, Stack Rock is based on the real life counterpart in the UK's Solent estuary. A historical archive of the original forts can be found in the gallery at the back. The fort may be a residence, but visitors are more than welcome.

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The 1920s Berlin Project

The 1920s Berlin Project

Travel back in time to this big city during an amazing era. Wander down Unter den Linden, explore the dirty old back streets, see a movie at the cinema, visit the museum, enjoy cabaret, dance the Charleston in a small Tanzlokal or at the gay Eldorado club in this role-play sim with a 1920s dress code (freebies provided).

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1920s Chicago

1920s Chicago

With a gangster on every corner, the Chicago of the 1920s is alive with action as daily battles rage over control of the city's bootlegging rackets. Explore the historic city with its speakeasies, jazz clubs, and dark alleyways. Chicago also offers events such as live music and DJ's at their many speakeasys.

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Tombstone, AZ

Tombstone, AZ

Some towns have stories, Tombstone has legends. Experience Wild West role-play set in 1899. Built with historical accuracy, Tombstone is one of a kind. Made up of nine different sims, Tombstone boasts seven different towns, a couple of sims fo residential living and Winslow (a Western Shopping district). Will you be a outlaw or law? A Judge perhaps? Come join the fun!

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ROMA

ROMA

Journey to ancient Rome in this expansive area, which includes replicas inspired by many famous sites, such as the Forum and the Theater of Dionysus.

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The Spartan Empire

The Spartan Empire

Engage in combat role-playing with an ancient Greek flavor. Get your shields at the ready and prepare yourself for battle in this Athenian-themed region full of gladiators, swordplay, honor, and romance.

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Amiville, Colorado

Amiville, Colorado

Nestled among the hills and mountains of Colorado, the bustling town of Amiville is home to a variety of peoples, flora and fauna. A modest town in size, yet featuring businesses of convenience such as saloons, banks, bakeries, courthouse, church, funeral parlor and more. Cowboys gather at the the local saloon, humorously named "the Tipsy Maiden" where they drink, socialize, tell their tall tales or gape at the dance-hall girls.

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Renaissance Island

Renaissance Island

Pray ye visit this enchanted land that recalls a time when lords and ladies danced in the Royal Court of King Henry VIII. Many skilled artisans worked tirelessly to ensure that every castle, abbey, and monastery in the Parish of St. Minutia remain faithful to their historic forebears.

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Little Yoshiwara

Little Yoshiwara

Little Yoshiwara is the home of the Yoshiwara Okiya (Geisha School), and the Yoshiwara Jingu Association (Shinto Priest and Priestess School). This sim is set in the Early Edo Period (c1605-1750), during the Tokugawa Shogunate.

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