|Very Populous Port|
Trivinnia from Cold Sea of Golersta
|Tallest Building||Trivinnia Tower (2,106 feet/702m)|
|Highest Elevation||-07 feet|
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East Coast of Quextin Region
80 years after the founding of Pierra, the grandchildren of Charles Quextin tracked to the other side of Quextin. Once to the west coast of Quextin, the named the sea they faced "Cold Sea of Golersta", after Alexandria Golersta, the head of the expedition. In 1566 , Alexandria divided Quextin into two states, New Gilberto and Golersta. They founded a settlement in 1568 they named "Trivinnia", after the name of Alexandria's dog.
Most of the city lays at or below sea level. Fortunately, they only get rain heavy enough to flood around tw0 or three times in the Winter. Even then, the city has an intricate system of drains that drains the waters before significant flooding occurs. Unfortunately, the city lays on extremely loose sediment, gravel, and sand. This is bad because the city is on the most rifts on Xinnia. The largest earthquake on Xinnia occurred here in 1872, a 9.7.
In the late Spring, Summer, and early Fall, average high temperatures here range between 75 and 95 degrees and the weather is dry. In July, August, and October, the temperature can spike to the triple digits. The highest temperature here was on August 17, 1988, at 109 degrees Fahrenheit. From late October to early April, the average high temperatures are between 55 and 75 degrees, though at night the city can dip to around 32 degrees Fahrenheit. The coldest temperature here was on December 4, 1928, where it dipped to 26 degrees at night. Most rainfall occurs between November and March. Snow has fallen only twice in history in Trivinnia; 1737 and 1954.
|Rec. High (F)||87||92||95||99||100||102||105||109||104||106||101||93||109|
|Rec. Low (F)||29||31||36||39||40||44||45||48||46||42||37||30||26|
|Ave. Rain (in)||2.4||2.1||1.6||1.1||.5||.2||0||0||.1||.7||1.3||3.3||13.3|
2015 Earthquake Edit
On March 26, 2015, a colossal earthquake leveled the West Coast of Quextin. Thousands deaths occurred as far East as Pierra. The earthquake caused $482 billion in damages (2015 USD) and killed over 9,000. Fortunately the quake occurred on land and did not cause a tsunami.