United eternal, in honor and failure,
Our homeland unions, bring peace to the world,
The great Antarctic Union will last forever,
Glory to our people, honor their goals,
Long, live our frozen motherland,
Found, by our people's loving hand,
Eternal our people, united and free,
Strong in our friendship, tried by spears,
Long, may our loving flag bring shears,
Glowing in glory for all those to see.
Telson Bridge happens to be one of the oldest attractions in the entire country of Antarctica. Originally built in the year 995 A.D, the bridge has been destroyed and rebuilt many times in it's nearly 3,000 year history. In a moment, we will tell you, the reader how it started out as a platform of reeds and wood, to it's modern, column bridge design that it has today. Telson Bridge is also a major commercial area, a pathway of commerce between the Alexander Island metroplex of Fort Grumley, and the suburban fringes around the city, including low-rise apartments, hotels, condos, houses, and...
Antarctica's World Trade Center Twin Towers, now known as the largest structures in the world, a good 16 stories taller, not including the North tower's antenna, than the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. The Site is already complete, and at least 5 million citizens of Antarctica are pouring into the registration booths to register for a job in the North Tower alone. The South Tower however, took up at least 6 million tenants alone. Still the question remains, how did Antarctic congress approve of building Skyscrapers that were identical to the Original Twin Towers in New York City? How long did it take...