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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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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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New Toulouse

New Toulouse

With its hoodoo stalls, speakeasy jazz joints, Creole kitchens, and period architecture, New Toulouse has a look and feel loosely based on the city of New Orleans and its surrounding swamps and bayous at the turn of the 20th century.

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