Where shipmen and sailors from all of the kingdom long to stay. The Athenian harbour is one of the grandest and most secure in the Grecian kingdom. This is due to most of Athenia's trade and money coming from the commercial ships that visit the realm and the sea-hauls that are brought into the city by boat.
Athenia's capital city of the same name stands on the precipice of an impressive cliff face, overlooking the crescent ship harbour below. Post here if your topic does not belong to any of the following locations.
The land of Ire (as the territories of Athenia are collectively known) is a large piece of the mainland, that stretches out as three distinct fingers into the Aegean sea, creating the two main harbours of Athenia, plus the southern most coast. In land, Athenia stretches out into Europe, encapsulating its royal provincial lands.
The Outer Lands, as they are known, are the less managed and abandoned areas of borderlands shared between Athenia and their neighbours to the north and west and into mainland Europe. These areas lie beyond the borders of the official Athenian provinces and are often home to travellers or the homeless - or to the skirmish battles between Athenia and the testing forces of Europe.