|Rue Fanaglia in Downtown Kraftenberg|
|Map of Kraftenberg. Rivers from west to east: The River Arvirar, Blue River, Little Snake River. The three rivers flow over very different terrains, so there is an interesting effect at the confluence where an observer will see the three different colors remain distinct for some time.|
|Map Coordinates||11°10′26″N 5°7′39″E|
|Settled|| c. 170 AD
by the Cynfels
|Area||206.01 km2 (79.54 sq mi)|
|Elevation||293-389 m (961-1,276 ft)|
|Time Zone||Rothian Mean Time (RMT)|
|City||211,046 (1886 estimate)|
|Density||1,024.0/km2 (2,653.3/sq mi)|
Kraftenberg is the capital and largest city in Fanaglia. It has only been capital of Fanaglia since 1877, after Queen Autumn seized the throne from her father, King DiMarco. Previously, it had been Cynfel City in the southwest, but Queen Autumn thought Kraftenberg's more central location and rapidly growing industry made it an appropriate choice for the new capital of Fanaglia.
Situated along the junction of the Blue River, Little Snake River, and the River Arvirar, Kraftenberg was formerly part of the Duchy of Arviragus, but now is an independent municipality.
Kraftenberg Opera HouseEditThe Kraftenberg Opera House is Fanaglia's premier classical music performance hall. It serves as the home for the Fanaglian National Symphony Orchestra, Kraftenberg Opera, November Festival Chorus, and the Kraftenberg Pops Orchestra. It is renowned for having some of the best acoustics in the world.
The building was designed from the start with a dual purpose - to house musical activities in its central auditorium and industrial exhibitions in its side wings.
The original Hall of Music, which stood a few blocks away, was a massive wooden building able to accommodate over 5,000 patrons. However, in 1866, Pavel Gerdt of the Voerdish Ballet walked off the stage when the sound of a thunderstorm on the tin roof threatened to drown out the orchestra, saying that he could not perform under those conditions. King DiMarco, who was present for the performance, was so embarrassed that he set out to build one of the grandest opera houses in the world. In 1870, The Kraftenberg Opera House was completed.
The Opera House was built over a pauper's cemetery, which has helped fuel its reputation as one of the most haunted places in Fanaglia.
Fanaglian Central Textiles BuildingEditLocated in the capital city of Kraftenberg, it was built in 1877, contains 24 floors, and stands at 151m (495 ft) tall, making it the tallest building in the kingdom and, at one time, the world.
* 155,000 square feet (47,244 m²) of total floor area
* 4 miles of brass piping
* 7 railroad cars full of glass
* 17 miles of steel piping
* 19 railroad cars full of stone
* 35 miles of floor and window molding
* 30 railroad cars full of lumber
* 2000 plumbing fixtures
* 2500 doors
* 3500 windows
* 6500 tons of structural steel
* 2.5 million bricks in the outer structure