Obscure Passages



The Palace Hotel of Copenhague

The Palace Hotel of Copenhague

Kobenhavn - Denmark.

Destination: Kobenhavn.

Discovered by:
Quentin Gausset and Olivier Tissot.

Ferryman: No.

Status: Possible opening.

Means: Passage.


   Like Bruxelles and Brüsel, Paris and Pâhry, the Danish city of Kobenhavn seems to have its Obscure double in the city of Kobenhavn. Thus, many buildings of Copenhagen, for the majority being administrative or religious buildings find themselves almost perfectly in a similar way in the Obscure city of Kobenhavn. Of course like always, if there exists each time a strong similarity between these buildings, there is no need to recall that those of the obscure city of Kobenhavn are of disproportionate size compared to those of the town of Kobenhavn on our world.

   The assumption of the Palace of Kobenhavn seems already more acceptable. After all, it would seem logical that a hotel, place where by definition rest travellers, would be a Passage place towards the Obscure Cities. Couldn't the Palace Hotel of Kobenhavn be a relay towards the Obscur continent? Unfortunately, no traveller having remained in this hotel to date testified any strange facts which could have occurred in this one.