Embassy Row: Heart of the Parisian Diaspora
What is the Parisian Diaspora?
However, at the time that this structure was in use, the Diaspora referred to a group of gwomes (the Cognate term that means “Footprint of the Nation”). Most scholars say there were 16 gwomes with a Paris as the capital (this group is known as the FTLP. All of those gwomes were represented in the original Embassy Row. In addition, there are known to be 33 Parises which Amory Frontage founded on his original journey. You can see their maps around the corridor later in your visit. There were many other places which he visited, saw or named or that his people named in honor of the adventure. The exhibit in room 210 – the original home of the Embassy of Millieu — gives some sense of their status in today’s linear world.
Room 210--former site of the embassy of—is today the Center for the Exhibit of the Parisian Diaspora Today. The map on display shows clearly the wide influence of Paris across Kymaerica, specifically areas that settled directly by Frontage or his descendants.
- 1. Embassy Row: Heart of the Parisian Diaspora
- 2. What is the Parisian Diaspora?
- 3. The Certification Riots
- 4. The 16 Gwomes of the FTLP
- 5. About Amory Frontage
- 6. Texture Flags of the FTLP
- 7. The scouring winds after the Certification Riots
- 8. In the wake of the Certification Riots
- 9. What about the Spelling Bees?
- 10. The Parisian Diaspora Today