Official Flag of Augsburg
Augsburg is the furthest most Eastern province of SPQR and resides in a forest biome in the +,- and -,-. It includes the original claims of the second Kingdom of Kaltsburg and still cherishes its German heritage through its architecture and preservation of historic landmarks.
The Kaltsburg Era
Until August 2018, the region was mostly made up of a large uninhabited forest when the colony of Niederburg was founded by Kaltsburg and became home to a port and fortification. After a devastating attack on the Kaltsburg motherland, citizens fled to the region and established the town of Bonn along with the new capital city of Die Hauptstadt. In the following months the nation expanded rapidly by building factories and farms. In October, MuffinMan125 joined the nation with the Providence of Aureus but by November of 2018 the population of Kaltsburg had declined so much that King Deyan agreed to join SPQR by signing the Treaty of Ravenna.
The Roman Era
After joining SPQR, NovaCeasar appointed MuffinMan125 as the Proconsular Governor and Senator. The region was then renamed to Augsburg to commemorate its new Roman allegiance and Die Hauptstadt changed to Essen. Since then, Augsburg has begun to industrialize with farms greatly expanded, new factories created, and a rail system that connects to Roma.
- Essen contains multiple buildings, monuments, farms, and rail access.
- Niederburg has buildings for storage, defense, and sea travel.
Augsburg is home to two fortifications with a third planned. A small one protects the region's southern border in Niederburg and a larger star fort protects the Eastern coast.
Currently[when?] Augsburg maintains a small economy but has shown great growth since joining SPQR.
Much of the land is reserved for farm use. Wheat, beets, carrots, cane, lumber, melon, and pumpkin are all grown.
The means to produce its own source of experience is currently being planned.[when?]
The Essen Trading Company specializes in producing natural resources for food, construction, and EXP production. The ETC has also begun to expand its influence into the rail and mapping industries.