Karosgrad

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Royal City of Karosgrad
Capital city
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The Coat of Arms of the City of Karosgrad
Nicknames: The Red City
Country: BackgroundHaenseCoatBiggerCrown.png Kingdom of Haense
Founded: 0 SA by King Josef I
Government
King: Heinrik II
Governing body: Aulic Council, Duma
Lord Maer: Franz Barbanov
Population: 75,000
Previous Capital: New Reza
Language(s): Common, New Marian
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"Karosgrad, Capital City of Hanseti-Ruska, circa 1 SA"


The capital of the Kingdom of Haense, Karosgrad (High Imperial: --, New Marian: --) acts as the epicenter of administrative and diplomatic affairs of the kingdom, and is populated by Northerners and Highlanders of all descent. The city is the seat of the House of Barbanov, who reside in palace of Nikirala Prikaz in the easternmost district of the city. The city is a paramount site of activity within the Kingdom of Haense, and is the most frequented settlement of any in the nation. The name 'Karosgrad' translates roughly to 'City of Crows'.

History

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Construction

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Geography

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Notable Figures of Karosgrad

Living

  • Henry II, King of Hanseti-Ruska
  • Annika of Astfield, Queen consort of Hanseti-Ruska
  • Prince Sigismund Charles, Crown Prince
  • Adrian Colborn, Lord Palatine
  • Sir Alric Ruthern, Lord Marshal
  • Sir Konstantin Wick, Former Lord Palatine
  • Duke Manfred Barclay, Former Lord Marshal

Deceased

Nikirala Prikaz

The Nikirala Prikaz is the seat of House Barbanov and its current Patriarch, King Joseph I. The castle was named the ‘Winter Palace’ in the kingdom’s national language of New Marian due to the city being close to the forever winter up north.

St. Henrik's Basilica

St. Henrik's Basilica is the Cathedral of Haense, being the seat of the Patriarch of Jorenus, Alfred Barclay. It is situated near the cities square and by its markets, and often used for weddings or other traditional ceremonies.