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Temple of Adis is a monumental building in the center of the city, made for the God of the Sun, Adis. It was built in 200 years, started by a past pharaoh Tureis, and it is still not finished. The building is made out of sandstone and red sandstone mostly, transported from the mines of the Great Mountains and built by the thousands of slaves working hard on it day and night.
It is the most recognizable building in the city, and you can see it from far away, surrounded by huge walls, defenses and lots of decoration. Underneath the building is the secret mazes with lots of traps, tombs, and hidden treasures. On the first level, you can find a living area for slaves, they live in small shacks and crowded areas.
In the main building is the shrine of Adis, where people can go to pray for the god and offer sacrifices. Next to the building is a bathhouse, only for the pharaoh, the priests and the richest in the city. Those waters have healing powers so people are visiting it every day.
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