Our own planet, the interdimensional sibling of Octavia

England

The largest country of the United Kingdom, the influence of England – and its capital, London – can be felt in every corner of the world due to colonialism over the centuries. Prior to the introduction of Christianity, England was dominated by Celtic and Anglo-Saxon faiths, with the legends of King Arthur among its most famous myths.

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Brighton

Located due south of London, this cosmopolitan coastal city is a popular tourist resort and seaside getaway. Famed for its old piers and Indian-inspired Royal Pavilion, Brighton – in partnership with the adjoining town of Hove – boasts some of the best Victorian-era architecture England has to offer.

Greece

For its relative size, this Mediterranean country can claim a larger influence over world history than any other. The Ancient Greeks are credited with inventing democracy, medicine, theatre, science and philosophy among much more. Varying from region to region, their belief system was complex and fascinating, and tales of the Classical gods and heroes are still taught today.

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Athens

Named for the Goddess Athena and once a centre of worship for her cult followers, Athens is a feast of Ancient Greek history and architecture. Now the capital of Greece and home to its government, among the city’s renowned landmarks are the Parthenon, the Acropolis and the Temple of the Olympian Zeus.

India

One of the largest and most populous countries in the world, India has a rich and varied history. From the Indian Ocean in the south to the Himalayas in the north, this vast and beautiful land has inspired a plethora of gods and beliefs. Among them is Hinduism, derived from Vedism, the oldest surviving religion on Earth. And, just as centuries of foreign rule helped shape modern India, modern India has helped shape the world.

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Shimla

This picturesque city rests on the forested foothills of the Himalayas, in the former Punjab province of Northern India. During British colonial rule, Shimla was a summer retreat for the governing figures, and an important political centre. Naturally stunning and boasting a temperate climate, it is now a hub of education and research, and the region remains a popular destination for tourists.