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Journey to the center of steampunk-inspired fantasy locations that merge together modern utilitarian objects with Victorian-era aesthetics.
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Come see the Unzipped main store for clothing and accessories for steampunk, Victorian, gothic, cyberpunk, demons and many other genres. Explore the sim to find mysterious hidden places perfect for photography or machinima. Tesla Isle has much to offer for the imagination, not only for the role player but for those who looking to immerse themselves discovery or just relax in a surreal atmosphere.View this destination »
Experience fine dining in the decadent surroundings of the Steamland's most infamous hotel, Brunel Hall. Set in the steampunk surrounds of New Babbage, Brunel Hall is famous for classic styling, and has been featured in numerous magazines and machinima. Come on by and grab a table at this non-roleplay restaurant, no reservations needed!View this destination »
This large, whimsical, and eclectic Victorian steampunk community stretches over fifty regions in Second Life. Caledon Oxbridge is where new Residents arrive and is the gateway to Victoria City and the numerous towns and countryside beyond.View this destination »
This vast Victorian steampunk area is full of airships, clockwork devices, submersibles, and other amazing technology. It's an ideal place to explore life as it was in the 19th century.View this destination »
Explore time, space, and the softness between dimensions in NeoVictoria. The citizenry here cling to the land and skies, for its vast oceans are home to forces that do not heed the crown. This role-play steampunk community recreates the bygone era of London's dark history. Wander down the cobbled streets and marvel at the classic architecture as you interact with a myriad of intriguing characters.View this destination »
Visit steampunk-inspired Rossers Landing. The Riot Act nightclub maintains its fine establishment on the island below the town. Up in the sky, Residents are free to take in the Victorian architecture, floating dirigibles, and all the houses and stores.View this destination »
Mieville is a steampunk area spread over eight full regions, each named after a popular Victorian novelist. As well as shops and residences, Residents can visit some beautiful parkland, ports, and the impressive Mieville Magical Academy.View this destination »
As well as being home to The Curious Prim main store, this spectacular island merges its steampunk, fairy, antique, and Roman influences to create an island full of whimsy and stunning architecture.View this destination »
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