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Djeserit Palace, Residence of the Raejian Court
« on: Feb 22, 12, 09:19:31 AM »

Located at the Heart of Kemet, on the Vaal waterfront.

Named after the Queen it was built under, the Djeserit Palace is a place of opulence. Not only is there numerous wooden objects, the wood itself rare and special in Raej, gold and marble are nearly everywhere and where the eye does not touch one of those, sandstone and gemstones lie. The craftsmanship of the palace is without equal. Tapestries and carvings are interspersed on the halls and rooms of the palace.

Visitors from far are granted tours and even allowed to rent a few rooms of the palace for expensive prices. Supplicants are given water and shade while they wait to visit Court members. Those who serve the Court's first three Circles are offered permanent residence in the Court and those who don't apartments near by. The neighborhood surrounding the Palace is equally lavish and known to be owned by those with the most wealth in Raej.