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LEA11 - Fennet's Lost Kingdom of Petra is officially open

LEA11 - Fennet's Lost Kingdom of Petra is officially open

 


The Lost Kingdom of Petra has finally emerged from the mists of time and is officially open to the public.

Come marvel at the splendor of Al Khazneh, the magnificent treasury, carved from the red rock cliffs.
Aspiring senators and other orators can practice their craft on the podium facing Petra's amphitheater. (It's recommended that you bring your own audience, however; the desert is generally deserted.)


Use caution while exploring the ruins; seismic events have weakened the stone and many structures are prone to collapse. You may also encounter poisonous reptiles and other dangerous animals.
Be prepared!

Don't forget your swimsuit! Petra was built on an extensive reservoir system that  remains intact today, (at least in the virtual world). I suggest you pick up a free AT Swimmer on the MP before you visit, to enable you to swim in Petra's sparkling prim water.



And make sure to bring your soulmate along; the desert has innumerable settings guaranteed to inspire a bit of romance and barefoot dancing beneath the stars.

Teleport:  http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/LEA11/227/151/28

 

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