The house numbering in Lovia is described on this page. If the street is horizontal, the numbering starts in the east and ends in the west. In that case, the odd numbers are used on the south side of the street. If the street is vertical, it starts in the north and the odd numbers are on the east side.

Numbering is of each whole lot, and always starts on any particular street from 1 and 2 at its beginning.

If a building isn't directly connected to the street, the house number is named after the street or avenue the closest by. For example: Libertas Avenue 1B, Trading Quarter is closer to the Avenue than to Kings Street.

The streets can have any name, but there are some little rules. Vertical streets are always called Street, and horizontal ones become Avenues or Boulevards.

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