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Where's Angstylvania, you ask?
Let the travel experts at Lonely Planet answer that for us:
Angstylvania was founded in 1042 by sisters
Agatka and Elizaveta Bezvkusnova. The girls were out searching for religious
freedom, but luckily became bored with the idea and decided the best course
of action was to take a nap. Being lazy girls, this was a very long nap,
and by the time they woke up an entire city had grown up around them.
This city, Morosovia, was the capital of the Angstylvanians, who made
Agatka and Elizaveta their co-regents. For the first few days, the sisters
toiled tirelessly, commissioning roads, sewers, and libraries to be built.
But, as usual, they lost interest. Agatka turned inward, searching her
soul for a purpose in life, which seemed to necessitate reams and reams
of paper for documenting said search. Elizaveta decided to die from ennui,
and locked herself in a tower, never to be heard from again.
Angstylvanians have been known to attempt participation in the following activities:
"We'd have to care to finish."