he Southern Quarter of the city of Morhan is the historic center of the city and a bustling hub of trade and commerce. Located south of the Fortuna river, this district is known for its varied streets, markets, and colorful storefronts.
Historical City CenterAs Morhan grew, the city evolved and since a few centuries the Starfall Vale is considered the proper center of the city. The Southern Quarter can still be seen as the center of trade for Morhan and it has a rich history that is reflected in its architecture and layout. Many of the buildings in this part of the city are historic structures that have been beautifully preserved, giving the district a sense of timeless charm. The Southern Quarter is home to a number of important landmarks, including the city's Central Market, which is surrounded by a number of historic buildings and monuments such as the Old Isabella. The square is a popular gathering place for locals and ttravelers alike, with street performers and vendors selling a variety of goods. The wares sold in the Southern Quarter are of a decent quality, but for the more luxurious and opulent wares, you'd need to visit the Circle Ward. Distribution and storage of the wares sold in the Southern Quarter has long since (mostly) been relocated to the Lower Wards. These wares are transported by barges and carts to the establishments where they are sold. Historically, Morhan, and the Southern Quarter was able to prosper because it was next to the Fortuna river and the Fortuna Road, which together form a major trade route through Wolfsbrunn that has been a key artery of commerce for centuries, connecting the city with other parts of the region and the Cobalt Divide.
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