Lovia Carpe Diem and Princess building

Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem was the first apartment building in Mandarin Village, Noble City. It was demolished in June, 2012.

Many visitors having been gazing at this wonderful building with a view on exciting Eppinck square, Lars started planning a second (twin) adjacent building to be named Princess, referring to the location of both buildings.

In 2010, a protest against high rents occurred, referencing the Rent Is Too Damn High Party (a party from the United States)'s performance in a debate. This was attended by some far-left politicians.

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Seal of Noble City
Hotels, restaurants and apartments in Noble City
Hotels: Hotel King Arthur - Hotel The Hague - King Dimitri Hotel - Koningstad Hotel - Ludwig Krämer - The Hague -The Landmark Hotel - Olympia Hotel and Theater - Woodstock Inn
Restaurants and bars: A-Kiss - Baldwin Coffees - Butique - Cabaret Le Baccarat - Cambra's - Casa del Churrasco - Chez Pierre - Chinese Sam's - Fuzion - Club Arancia - Eagle and Child - General's Chicken - Grey Lounge - Hot Dog House - Jose Olé - L'Istrice d'Oro - La Stragata - MAD - Malipa Burger - Moe's - Mr. Greek - Mr. Smiley's - Oxygen - P'tite P'tatte - Pietro's - Restaurant Florentine - Restaurant Phoenix - Sandwichbar - Special Chef - The Fat Cat - T-Hut - Wake Coffee
Apartment buildings: Bayside - Bellevue - City - Downing - The King Arthur - Livonian - New York Building - November Beach - Panorama - Plaza Downtown - Prince Alexander - Seagull - Seawater - Sylvania - Vandreck
Arrow right See also: Geography, nature, neighborhoods, monuments, politics and transportation of Noble City.
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