This monument represents the peace we want to create and promote around the world. The monument also doubles as a memorial to all those who have died because of any acts against peace and especially relating to terrorist attacks around the world.
This is the Stone River. This river is 3 feet deep with rocks. Each stone symbolizes a different person since each rock is different from another. This monument expands 20 meters starting in the US and ending in Terrexa.
Chalice Park was the first park to be declared as a National Park by the Department of Monuments. Chalice Park consists of fake grass and clovers. Its got its name because of its iconic chalice in the middle. Its rumored that some gnomes like to hang out here in the Spring and Summer!
This structure holds all of the nations mint! You can also buy monument, museum, and National Park passes here.
This path runs across 45 meters of our great nation! It represents the path to our future and our goals. It got its name from the band running across our flag representing the path to the future.
The American Flag
Many people wonder why there is a giant American flag in the middle of Patrium. This flag is dedicated and honored to all those who have fought or died for our freedom to run our own country.
The Headless Budah
This monument does not in any way represent a protest of Buddhism or religion in general. Legend has it that a Buddhist monks ghost lived inside of the Buddha statue until the day the head fell off and the spirit escaped and now roams Arenso at night!
This is the National Museum of Terrexa. It highlights our history and the history of our neighbors to the everywhere, America.
This bell represents our liberty and freedoms. The bell rings each holiday and at the beginning of the year the bell rings representing the New Year.
This statue is in honor of the firefighters in Terrexa and across the world. This monument is also used as a National Park.
The national Aquarium holds our national pet: Casper the Betta!
Terrexan Post Office
This is the post office of Terrexa. All of the nations mail is sent and received here. All stamps are processed throughout the National Postal Service
Terrexan Boarder Sign
Peace Granite of Arenso
Cool Rock of Terrexa
Liberty Arch, Formerly Chalice Arch
National Duck Collection