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The Domain and Realms National Site

"There's magick in believing..."

Welcome to the Unfounded Realm of

EternalBeauty

       Named for the seemingly endless and timeless beauty of the lands, EternalBeauty is one of the two Realms of the Domain as yet Unfounded: having not gained its First Ruler or trappings of state. Comprised of the entirety of Western Canada, EternalBeauty stands as one of the larger Realms in the Domain.

       EternalBeauty's lands are, as the name states, eternally beautiful. With millions of acres of forest, the Northern Great Divide running through its center, and its share of islands stretching into the Arctic Circle, it is one of the more sparely populated areas in terms of actual people living there. It can be assumed then that this scarcity allows the Realm's beauty to remain eternal.

Eternian

Stats and Information

Full N ame: The Unfounded Realm of EternalBeauty

Pronounciation: E-ter-nal Beau-ty

Entymology: Named for the seemingly endless and timeles beauty of the lands themselves.

Date Founded: 

Demonym: Eternian

Population(current): 0

Ruler(s): Imperial Administration

House(s): None at current time

Flag: None

Anthem: None

Provinces: None

Royal District: None

Royal Court: None

Royal Home: None

Eternian Provinces

None as yet.

Places of Interest, Power, and Enchantment

Chesapeake Bay - The Adamantia Bay

      The Chesapeake Bay (/ˈtʃɛsəpiːk/ CHESS-ə-peek) is the largest estuary in the United States. The Bay is located in the Mid-Atlantic region and is primarily separated from the Atlantic Ocean by the Delmarva Peninsula (including the parts: the Eastern Shore of Maryland / Eastern Shore of Virginia and the state of Delaware) with its mouth of the Bay at the south end located between Cape Henry and Cape Charles. With its northern portion in Maryland and the southern part in Virginia, the Chesapeake Bay is a very important feature for the ecology and economy of those two states, as well as others surrounding within its watershed. More than 150 major rivers and streams flow into the Bay's 64,299-square-mile drainage basin, which covers parts of six states (New York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia) and all of Washington, D.C.

       The Bay is approximately 200 miles long from its northern headwaters in the Susquehanna River to its outlet in the Atlantic Ocean. It is 2.8 miles wide at its narrowest (between Kent County's Plum Point near Newtown in the east and the Harford County western shore near Romney Creek) and 30 miles at its widest (just south of the mouth of the Potomac River which divides Maryland from Virginia). Total shoreline including tributaries is 11,684 miles, circumnavigating a surface area of 4,479 square miles. Average depth is 21 feet, reaching a maximum of 174 feet. The Bay is spanned twice, in Maryland by the Chesapeake Bay Bridge from Sandy Point (near Annapolis) to Kent Island and in Virginia by the Chesapeake Bay Bridge–Tunnel connecting Virginia Beach to Cape Charles.


     Known for both its beauty and bounty, the Bay has become "emptier", with fewer crabs, oysters and watermen (fishermen) since the mid-20th century. Nutrient pollution and urban runoff have been identified as major components of impaired water quality in the bay stressing ecosystems and compounding the decline of shellfish due to overharvesting. Restoration efforts that began in the 1990s have continued into the 21st century and show potential for growth of the native oyster population. The health of the Chesapeake Bay improved in 2015, marking three years of gains over a four-year period, according to a 2016 report by the University of Maryland. The bay is experiencing other environmental concerns, including climate change which is causing sea level rise that erodes coastal areas and infrastructure and changes to the marine ecosystem. These changes have already changed the coastline eroding islands like Holland Island or Long Island and threatening local infrastructure and economies.


       (from Wikipedia)

Backbone Mountain

       Backbone Mountain is a ridge of the Allegheny Mountains of the central Appalachian Mountain Range. It is situated in the U.S. states of West Virginia and Maryland and forms a portion of the Eastern Continental Divide. In the state of Maryland, Backbone Mountain reaches an elevation of 3,360 feet or 1,024 metres, making it Maryland's highest point.

      Backbone Mountain stretches approximately 39 miles (63 km) southwest to northeast, from the Black Fork near Hambleton in Tucker County, West Virginia to the Savage River Reservoir in Garrett County, Maryland.


       Located just inside of Maryland along Backbone Mountain is Hoye-Crest. At an elevation of 3,360 feet, it is the highest point in the state of Maryland. The location, named for Captain Charles Hoye: founder of the Garrett County Historical Society, has a marker and offers a view of the North Branch Potomac River valley to the east. The location is accessible via a path leading from U.S. Route 219 to the West.


        Crabtree Woods, on the northwest slopes of Backbone Mountain, is in the Potomac-Garrett State Forest. It constitutes Maryland's largest surviving remnant of old-growth forest: over 500 acres of mixed Appalachian hardwoods (sugar maple, red oak, basswood and cucumber tree).

       

       (from Wikipedia)

Mount Davis

         Mount Davis (3,213 ft or 979 m) is the highest point in Pennsylvania. Located in the 5,685-acre (2,301 ha) Forbes State Forest near the hamlet of Markleton in Elk Lick Township, Somerset County; it lies on a gentle crest of a 30-mile (50 km) ridge line extending from central Somerset County southward into Garrett County, Maryland known as Negro Mountain.

      The high point was named for John Nelson Davis, an early settler, American Civil War veteran, surveyor, and naturalist known for his studies of the mountain's flora and fauna. During the Civil War, Davis served in Company E, 102nd Pennsylvania Infantry.

       

      The summit of Mt. Davis may be ascended by car or a number of hiking trails. Its surroundings are noted for their patterns of unusual circular stone formed by periglacial action. A metal observation tower with a relief map of the region stands near the true high point. Mount Davis ranks 33rd on the list of highest natural points in each U.S. state. 


        (from Wikipedia)

EternalBeauty

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