A seaside district on the edges of Colchis, Almosis is famous for its beautiful views of the sun setting into the Grecian sea, silhouetting the kingdom's protective Hydra's Teeth. What had started as a small fishing town, slowly became a centre for quick daily jaunts from Midas for a brief reprieve from the busy city. The quaint district holds a peaceful atmosphere and at night the lanterns bring to live open-air markets selling Almosis delicacies and handicrafts made for sale as souvenirs and gifts.
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The main house sits on a small rise overlooking the rest of the grounds, that provide a picturesque view of the sea. The rooms for the main family are in the front nearest the courtyard to the right. The womens quarters are on the second floor and the mens on the first. A bath is located to the back of the house. The courtyard is in the house's center with fountains and a small family garden. To the back are the kitchens and washing. There is a stable close by but not connected to the main house. Further away from the house are the servant/slaves quarters, nearest to the shipyards and harbor. A small vineyard for the family's personal use flanks the southern side of the house.