Samarkand

Central Asia, shaped according to the Pamirs, is a region where nomadic lineages lived on the forever hills. Central Asia, Asia Minor in the west, Rok Mountain in the south and Taklamakan in the east is a place where the vast and vast hills with typical borders are seen. Settlers live along the intersection of rivers originating from the surrounding mountains and across the desert, and take advantage of the river or groundwater growing barley or vegetable and creating an orchard. Surrounded by mountains high enough to be covered with snow, this region displays a mixture of desert and hills. Samarkand is a city where you can see a mixture of Islamic and European cultures on Silkroad. Samarkand gains most of its wealth from the trade it makes using Silkroad. However, residents of the city cannot get out of the city due to the attack of the Huns and a handful of monsters.

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Silkroad's largest trading city is located in Central Asia. Green city Samarkand is located on the desert plain at an altitude of 725 m from the sea. It is a place called "Heart of Central Asia" where Eurasian cultures exchange. Various descent people, including not only natives, but also Chinese, Muslim and Europeans, live in this city. Therefore, it is cosmopolitan as a mood. Mosques and Madrasahs, the main structures, are decorated with glazed tiles. Therefore, Samarkand is known as the “green city”. It is so bright that the merchants from the desert realize that they are close to Samarkand when they notice the bright green dome. Currently Samarkand is at war with the reunited Huns and is losing past glory. However, many traders still pass through Samarkand and head for Europe or China.

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