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Genova

Genova is an Obscure city, north-east of Calvani, with an architecture showing a certain lean towards anthropomorphism. At the time of the visit of the København, in 746 AT, the town had a reputation for being quite severe and the top of its buildings ended up in somber statues, reminiscent of those of the four Reformers of Geneva, in the Lighted World's Switzerland 1). The newer neighborhood of Brekerhof is noticeably more relaxed 2).

Dr. Abraham was born in that city, and Michel Ardan was for a time director of its observatory 3). See also Sylvano.