Alban Sea

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The Alban Sea is part of the Atlantic Ocean off the northeastern coast of Vhallonesia. It is named for a god of the Gnaghi people, an ancient culture that once flourished on the Margoreci Peninsula.

Fig. 32 ½ Map of the wider Alban Sea area.

Geography

The sea is bounded by the islands of the Ferraiones (to the north), the coast of Septimania to the west and south, and the wider Atlantic to the east. The Alban sea also includes a solitary uninhabited islet which is the last pinnacle breaking the surface of a vast underwater caldera.