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Front page of the ``Times`` from 1 August 2014
The Times of Khaiwoon (Khaiwoonese: Khaiwoon bap Taims Khaiwoon bap Taims, but most often referred to locally as the Times) is the largest circulating newspaper in the city-state of Khaiwoon and one of top fifty in the world. Its average daily print circulation is approximately 700,000. Although this number continues a steady decline, the paper's online presence,, has grown to become one of the world's leading news websites. The paper is published by the The Times of Khaiwoon Corporation.

The Times was founded in 1841 by Arthur Hudstone and Everett D. Clotting, two Ingerish businessmen resident in Khaiwoon, who organized the paper primarily as a bulletin for shipping notices and advertisements for the bustling port's growing expatriate community of various nationalities. Published exclusively in the Ingerish language, circulation remained relatively limited for its first fifty years, focused primarily on expatriates but also read by Khaiwoonese merchants who did business with them and moved in the same circles.

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Kolmen Coat of Arms
  • ... that Kolmen (coat of arms pictured), with only 61 permanent residents living within its medieval walls, claims to be the smallest city in the world, having official city status dating from rights it received during the 14th century that were never retracted?
  • ... that the major islands of the archipelago nation West Commonia are called "St. Sala", "Yanbul" and "Augeias" and that the government of West Commonia is currently under AN mandate?
  • ... that there are currently more than 40 monarchies, among them constitutional, federal, unitary, hybrid and unspecified monarchies and around 60 republics, that can be divided into federal and unitary republics?
  • ... that the nation of Triaquia is named after the three main water flows (tri aqua) in the country, namely the rivers Ewa en Efée and the glaciers flowing in the west of the country, and that all three of these water flows eventually empty into the Bay of Forrintia?

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Barra da Grama in Brasonia is a very inspiring place for urban planning with varied details by BMSOUZA
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Amazing scale map of regional rail and gobraHSR in Gobrassanya by Quadratic64.


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