Home to the less wealthy of the city, the residences occupy the northern area of the city, further away from the pretty sea and closer to the fields in which most of the occupants work. The houses are pretty and robust but the amenities are something to be desired and it is a long daily walk to their workplaces out in the countryside.
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On the outskirts of the city is the circus - the arena of champions. Chariot races are famous and the horses who win them even more so - if anyone wants to gamble or fight in the greatest race of their life - they come to the Vasiliádon Circus.
The public baths are divided by gender but also have private rooms for the more wealthy who are interested in further privacy. The eunuchs and slaves who man the baths are also trained in massage and skin treatments to those who pay. All proceeds go to the owner of the baths - the Leventi family.
The port of Vasiliádon is small compared to other nations in the Greek isles. Built as part of the capitol city the port operates efficiently and with high intensity intervals of ships docking and then being transferred back out to sea to be anchored off shore. The crew, dock workers and sailors who work in this area are all fast and efficient workers, making the most out of the limited docking space. The advantage to comes with such limits, however, is the close proximity to the immediate streets and stalls, allowing all transport and trade to happen quickly and cheaply.