Tuarsahzi Embassy Overview

The Tuarsahzi Embassy

Located in the Lockeheart District of Aurora City, the Tuarsahzi Embassy is first mentioned in Orchids Ablaze. 16th Avenue marks its northern boundary and the complex sprawls between Dumas Boulevard and Eaglefeather Boulevard. The outdoor grounds include many amenities, including fountains, a rock garden, and a large area that replicates the native environment of the Tuarsahzi Desert. The embassy is the sovereign territory of the Tuarsahzi tribe, but certain areas are open to the public.

The First Floor

The first floor includes facilities for public and private receptions, as well as providing offices and conference areas for daily use by the staff. The showcase is certainly the Grand Ballroom and the adjoining Museum and Gallery. Paintings, textiles, and unique sculptures decorate both rooms. Exhibits are changed on an irregular basis and include current and historical examples of Tuarshazi culture and crafts. Occasionally the embassy opens its doors for all visitors to experience the tribe’s most accomplished  storyweavers, dancers, and musicians celebrating Tuarsazhi special observances.

Tuarsahzi Embassy Grounds

Written by D. D. Wolf

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