|Nautilus - Anath - thats something more Egyptian looking|
|I think I mentioned before that the ancient Nautileans were indeed quite into gigantism...|
|Btw: the place is called The Tower - how fitting!|
|The entrance seems to have some kind of zodiac locking device. It does not work pretty well since I was able to open it with just some random clicking.|
Inside the Tower didn't really offered anything spectacular. Just stairs over stairs leading up (and down). Obviously it shares the Second-Life-Castle-Syndrome too: gorgeous facade, rather sparse interior. It didnt took long till I reached the top of the Tower then.
|/me wonders a bit what Siegmund Freud would say to four half-naked women standing on top of a gigantic tower with liquids flowing out of it - at least the land is rated mature...|
|Spotting new sites worth to inspect.|
However taking a more closer look on them it was a bit a disappointment: The pyramid turned out to be an abandoned shop and the clockwork-thing next to it is surrounded by a banline...
|By far not as spectacular as expected...|
|Some kind of Pantheon I assume...|
|Obviously a reuse of the already known "Lighthouse-technology".|
|A minoan deity or priestess holding two snakes - the original was found at non-Second Life's Crete and is dating from about 1600 B.C.|
|Seems everything is gigantic here|
|Today's lag.. uhm.. leg did lead mainly around channel in the center of the monumental Capitol. Despite its atlantean-inspired style the city lacks a harbor - or I simply haven't found it yet...|