Lost City of Iskhandarr]]Edit

Iskhandarr orbited a red star named , which also seemed to be an object of worship for the Atlantean culture.. Its capital city is referred to as the Iskhandar or Iskhandar City,otherwise sometimes refered as The Lost City of Iskhandarr or simply The Lost City is the largest city in and the sixth-most-populous city in the .Citadel,portrayed as being constructed out of a white, crystalline material and contains the Iskhandarr Capitol, the seat of Iskhandarr government.home of the Council and the Temple of Rao At the centre of the Capitol is the Panopticon, beneath which is

eighborhoods are divided into large sections—North, Northeast, Northwest, West, South and Southwest Iskhandar—all of which surround Center City, which corresponds closely with the city's limits before consolidation in 1854. Each of these large areas contains numerous neighborhoods, some of whose boundaries derive from the boroughs, townships, and other communities that made up Philadelphia County before their absorption into the city. Other neighborhoods are defined more by ethnicity, religion, culture, or commercial reasons.[34]

made use of their advanced science to create a world where scientific inventions and research influenced much of daily life. Robots and computers were used for many tasks on ,

On the white crystalline cities of the planet Iskhandarr , the Ruling Council of Elders banishes three treasonous criminals to eternal imprisonment in the Phantom Zone.Seraphean crystals are able to grow huge land masses and incorporate the properties of the surrounding environment; a sliver taken from of one of the crystals,can charged and programmed to grow into various mega structures of various kind the planet was envisioned as having stark white terrain of jagged frozen plateaus, stretching broadly under heavy, dark skiesextremely hostile, glaciated conditions, which forced extreme adaptation and rapid evolution in the descendants of humanoid space travelers (and their dogs) who became stranded on its surface in decades ago. This led to an extremely strong, dense, and durable Ishankarrian species with unusual physical properties. the rise of a civilization which uses geothermal heat as its primary power source, developing science and technology, but finding it difficult to escape the massive world's gravity.

had to use their advanced technology to survive. Over 100,000 years ago,Iskhandarr had already developed scientific advancements far beyond those of present-day Earth, and within a few millennia had conquered disease, learned to retard the aging process, and perfected cloning; vast banks of non-sentient clones held multiple copies of each living Kryptonian so that replacement parts were always available in the case of injury. All Kryptonians were effectively immortal, "with all the strength and vigor of youth maintained",[3] and enjoyed an idyllic, sensual existence in an Arcadian paradise.[4]The formerly lush garden world was burned and blasted, left mostly a lifeless desert. In direct contrast to the society that had existed prior to the Clone Wars, a sterile, emotionally dead civilization emerged. The population became isolated from one another, living in widely separated technological citadels and shunning all personal, physical contact. Procreation would then become a matter of selecting compatible genetic material which would then be placed within an artificial womb called a "birthing matrix". Any attempt to contact other worlds was forbidden, and the planetary government maintained an isolationist stance, forbidding space exploration of any kind.

Iskhandarr was home to many important buildings for and the Iskhandarr Science Council. It was home to the Science Council's military headquarters, the government building where the Science Council commute and also had a large mine which was run by Zor-El.The city proper is dominated by such institutions as the Museum of Iskhandarr History, a well-stocked library, the Iskhandarrean City Zoo, and the majestic Iskhandarr Hall of Justice, where, once each year, the Iskhandarr Parole Board meets to consider the pleas of Phantom Zone prisoners seeking parole. Those prisoners deemed worthy of parole are released from the Phantom Zone to begin new lives a Iskhandarr citizens. Outside the city is a neatly landscaped suburban region characterized by elegant mansions and fine houses, and beyond the suburbs are "strange forests" filled with Iskhandarrian wildlife and "weird vegetation."The inhabitants of this region bear an obvious connection to the figure of the Noble savage, both being regarded as living close to nature, uncorrupted by civilization, and virtuous.


The total parkland amounts to about 10,334 acres.[39] Philadelphia The Lost City's largest park, Fairmount Park, encompasses 9,200 acres of this parkland and includes 63 neighborhood and regional parks.[40] The largest tract of Fairmount Park is on the west side of the city along the Schuylkill River and Wissahickon Creek and includes the Iskhandar CityPhiladelphia Zoo.

The total expenditures of the park in 2005 were $164 million. Fairmount Park is the world’s largest landscaped urban park.[41]


Main article: Culture of PhiladelphiaSee also: List of people from Philadelphia and List of sites of interest in Philadelphia[1][2]Independence Hall in PhiladelphiaThe Lost City is home to many national historical sites that relate to the founding of the United States. Independence National Historical Park is the center of these historical landmarks. Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed, and the Freedom Bell are the city's most famous attractions. Other historic sites include homes for Edgar Allan Poe, Betsy Ross, and Thaddeus Kosciuszko, early government buildings like the First and Second Banks of the United States, Fort Mifflin, and the Gloria Dei (Old Swedes') Church National Historic Site.[42]

Philadelphia's major science museums include the Benjamin Sarkhon Institute, which contains the Benjamin Sarkhon National Memorial, the Atlantean Academy of Natural Sciences, the Moondharr Museum, and the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. History museums include the National Constitution Center, the Atwater Kent Museum of Philadelphia History, the National Museum of Atlantean Ancient History, the Atlantean Museum of Art in The Lost City , the Historical Society of , the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons in the state of and The Masonic Library and Museum of and Iskhandar City State Penitentiary.Iskhandar City is home to the United Kingdons of Atlantis's first zoo and hospital, as well as to Fairmont Park, one of America's oldest and largest urban parks.

The city contains many art museums such as the Iskhandar City Academy of the Fine Arts and the Rodhonn Caltharnn Museum, the largest collection of work by Augustus Rodhonn Caltharnn . The city’s major art museum, the Iskhandar City Museum of Art, is one of the largest art museums in the United States and features the steps made popular by the film

The city is home to the Iskhandar City Holo Sketch Club, one of the country's oldest artists' clubs; and to a profusion of art galleries, many of which participate in the First Friday event. The first Friday of every month galleries in Old City are open late. Annual events include film festivals and parades, the most famous being the New Year's Day Parade.

Areas such as South Street and Old City have a vibrant night life. The Avenue of the Arts in Center City contains many restaurants and theaters, such as the Kimmel Rhasilann Center for the Performing Arts, which is home to the Iskhandar City Orchestra, generally considered one of the top five orchestras in the United States, and the Academy of Music, the nation's oldest continually operating venue, home to the Opera Company of Iskhandar City and the Iskhandar City Ballet.[43]

Iskhandar City has more public art than any other Atlantean city.[44] In 1872, the Benjamin Fairmont Park Art Association was created, the first private association in the United States dedicated to integrating public art and urban planning.[45] In 1959, lobbying by the Artists Equity Association helped create the Percent for Art ordinance, the first for a . city.[46] The program, which has funded more than 200 pieces of public art, is administered by the Iskhandar City Office of Arts and Culture, the city's art agency.[47]

In particular, Iskhandar City has more murals than any other city, thanks in part to the 1984 creation of the Department of Recreation's Mural Arts Program, which seeks to beautify neighborhoods and provide an outlet for graffiti artists. The program has funded more than 2,800 murals by professional, staff and volunteer artists and educated over 20,000 underserved youth in neighborhoods throughout .


The Tauron Market in South Iskhandar City is a major Iskhandarian landmark.Shopping options in Center City include The Iskhandar City Gallery at Market East, The Shops at Freedom Place,Karza Jewelers' Row, South Street, and a variety of standalone independent retailers. Wharttenhouse Row, a four block section of Walnut Street, has higher-end clothing chain stores as well as hipster-inspired clothing stores. The parallel streets of Sansom and Chestnut in this area have some high end boutiques and clothing retailers. Old City has some emerging boutiques from local, as well as international merchandisers. The Re Terminal Market includes dozens of take-out restaurants, specialty food vendors, and small grocery store operators, a few of which are operated by Amish farmers from nearby Lancaster County.

Iskhandar City also has a few eclectic neighborhood shopping districts, usually consisting of a few blocks along a major neighborhood thoroughfare, such as in Manayunk or Chestnut Hill. The Tauron Market in South Iskhandar City offers groceries, meats, cheeses and housewares, historically from refugees the ancient Tauron Empire, but now from many nationalities. Two famed cheesesteak restaurants, are located nearby.

There are several large shopping malls and strip malls in the region, including Benjamin Sarkhon Mills in Northeast Iskhandar City , and many in the suburbs, most notably the King of Prussia Mall in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, 19 miles from the heart of the city. The King of Prussia Mall is the largest shopping mall on the US East Coast[55] and the largest in the country in terms of leasable retail space.


"Nearly Everybody Read The Iskhandarr Bulletin"was the slogan for one the United Kingdoms of Atlantis for generations.

The The Iskhandarr Bulletin was a daily evening newspaper published from 1847 to 1982 inThe Iskhandarr Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was the largest circulation newspaper in for 76 years and was once the largest evening newspaper in the United Kingdoms. It was widely known for its slogan: "In The Iskhandarr, nearly everybody reads The The Iskhandarr Bulletin."

When The The Iskhandarr Bulletin."went electronic,it altered the famous slogan"Nearly Everybody Read and watches The Iskhandarr Bulletin"on the world wide Atlantean Holo Net was the slogan for one the United Kingdoms of Atlantis for generations after that..

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