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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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Freyaheim

Freyaheim

Freyaheim is a small seaside sim, welcome to those who share the same passion and interests! The goal is to explore the lives of the Scandinavian people during the era from around 700 – 1000 through colorful and creative roleplay, as well as build a strong, healthy community of people that enjoy this magnificent theme of RP roleplay in SL.

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Paradise Island

Paradise Island

Travel to this ancient Roman roleplay sim for gay and bisexual men. Places to explore include the gardens, library, tavern, courthouse, market, pool, beach and bath house.

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1950s & 1960s America in Time Portal

1950s & 1960s America in Time Portal

Step through the Time Portal in the laboratory and visit an American city during the 1950s and 1960s. Shop at some of SL's best vintage shops, see a movie, rock 'n roll at the diner or listen to jazz poets at the beatnik bar!

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Vetragarð

Vetragarð

Vetragarð is a wintry Viking-age farm, based on the wonderful Icelandic Sagas. This is a mostly historical roleplay, but it is open to Northern myth and magic. Welcoming to people who have any interest in Vikings and the Norse myths. Come to roleplay or just visit to talk, admire the scenery or "chill."

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Tudor London in Time Portal

Tudor London in Time Portal

Step through the Time Portal in the laboratory and visit London during the Tudor era. Have some ale at the tavern, visit the market, train your abilities with a sword and enjoy a new play by William Shakespeare at the Globe Theater at the end of the street! You can also shop with some of the best creators of historical items in SL.

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18th Century France in Time Portal

18th Century France in Time Portal

Step through the Time Portal into a mysterious laboratory and visit a chateau just outside of Paris sometime in the 18th century. It appears that nobody is home. Have the servants not made the house ready yet or has the wealthy family just left? Are they maybe on the run for the revolution? Where are the servants, anyway? Who knows! But take this opportunity and have a good look around.

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Time Portal

Time Portal

Step through the Time Portals in the laboratory to travel back in time! Train like a gladiator in ancient Rome. See Shakespeare's new play at Tudor London's Globe theatre. Visit a chateau just outside 18th century Paris. Explore the slums of 19th century London. Dance the night away in 1930s New York. Or put a dime in the jukebox at the Diner in 1950s-60s America. And much, much more!

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WWII Central - Operation Market Garden

WWII Central - Operation Market Garden

WWII Central is the ultimate World War II-based combat experience in Second Life. It's based on Operation Market Garden, NL 1944. Geared towards VICE weaponry and vehicles, it’s the only area that allows for direct access to over 40 combat regions for warship and aircraft combat, with WWII Central serving as the regions for both infantry and vehicular combat.

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Paris 1850s

Paris 1850s

Travel back to mid-XIXth-century France. Experience the Spring of Nations, which shaped modern Europe. Dress code is required.

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The Town of Philomena

The Town of Philomena

Visit smalltown America during the Progressive Years of 1910-1919 (English Edwardian). The Town of Philomena is a virtual living history and themed community with a focus on education, the arts and community.

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