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==== '''The estate of Camelot''' is the [[The British Paradise Islands Wikia|Paradisian]] home of the [[Cavaliere family, characters in Two Paradises fantasy/fiction realm|Cavaliere family]] in the [[Two Paradises fantasy/fiction realm]], as devised by author [[Jonnie Comet, author|Jonnie Comet]]. ====
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==== '''The estate of Camelot''' is the [[The British Paradise Islands Wikia|Paradisian]] home of the [http://british-paradise-islands.wikia.com/wiki/Characters_appearing_in_the_'Two_Paradises'_fiction/fantasy_story_arcs#-_Cavaliere_family Cavaliere family] in the [[Two Paradises fantasy/fiction realm]], as devised by author [[Jonnie Comet, author|Jonnie Comet]]. ====
 
The estate is complex and very extensive, comprising numerous outbuildings, two whole villages, a once-abandoned fort, a narrow-gauge railway, a fresh- and saltwater canal system, and an elegant towered palace dwelling of over 150 rooms.  It is located on the entirety of 5-sq-km [[Treasurers' Cay]], across Pirates' Bay from [[Somerset Township, Eden Island|Somerset Township]], along the north shore of [[Eden Island, British Paradise Islands|Eden Island]], and includes three smaller islands and a causeway across the bay to a 1.5-sq-km tract of land on Devon Road.
 
The estate is complex and very extensive, comprising numerous outbuildings, two whole villages, a once-abandoned fort, a narrow-gauge railway, a fresh- and saltwater canal system, and an elegant towered palace dwelling of over 150 rooms.  It is located on the entirety of 5-sq-km [[Treasurers' Cay]], across Pirates' Bay from [[Somerset Township, Eden Island|Somerset Township]], along the north shore of [[Eden Island, British Paradise Islands|Eden Island]], and includes three smaller islands and a causeway across the bay to a 1.5-sq-km tract of land on Devon Road.
   

Revision as of 21:03, December 23, 2015

The estate of Camelot is the Paradisian home of the Cavaliere family in the Two Paradises fantasy/fiction realm, as devised by author Jonnie Comet.

The estate is complex and very extensive, comprising numerous outbuildings, two whole villages, a once-abandoned fort, a narrow-gauge railway, a fresh- and saltwater canal system, and an elegant towered palace dwelling of over 150 rooms.  It is located on the entirety of 5-sq-km Treasurers' Cay, across Pirates' Bay from Somerset Township, along the north shore of Eden Island, and includes three smaller islands and a causeway across the bay to a 1.5-sq-km tract of land on Devon Road.

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Further details will be added from the Author's collection of documents, drawings and designs, maps, illustrations and textual data as it becomes available.

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