The River Ly has its source high in the mountains in Falahn, where the Eastern Spine and Western Spine meet, not far from Mt Elenor. For the first portion of its route it is particularly picturesque, winding through the mountains and down through deep gorges. This culminates in the spectacular Scimitar Falls, a popular tourist sight for Ostentians, particularly those from Epiphany, for whom it is within easy reach. Below the Scimitar Falls, the scenery changes, with the river passing through rich farmland before eventually reaching Epiphany. Beyond Epiphany, the Ly is thick with river traffic, serving both the capital city and the market gardens which fill the area, until it flows into the Bay of Apaturi

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Natural features of Ostentia