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Come be a part of our well established community of the Confederation of Democratic Simulators.   This lovely riverside parcel allows views of our meandering river, our spectacular mountain and the old City of Colonia Nova.  R.03 Colonia Nova - L$4328 monthly tier, 2416 sqm, 737 prims

Our estate consists of six regions that have loosely based Germanic, Tuscan, Alpine, and Mediterranean themes, representing different historical periods. The CDS is not a role-playing community.

All are welcome to visit, explore, and become a part of our dynamic community. Land ownership in the CDS means citizenship, with the right to vote, run for office, and have a say in the direction and projects of the regions.

Owning land in the CDS: we have a diverse selection of parcels to choose from in the six regions. If you want to set up a small home just to ‘test’ if you like it in our community, there are parcels available for as little as $1/US a month. If a sprawling mansion is more your speed, there are large rural parcels available within our beautifully landscaped regions that might just suit. Our covenants define the style of buildings allowed. This keeps the region themes intact and creates a contiguous continent that is pleasant to travel around in, with spectacular views and many public spaces for the use of citizens. Just ask any one of our Estate Managers for assistance in finding the parcel that fits your needs. We are always happy to help.

The CDS was established in 2004 and is the oldest estate in Second Life owned and democratically governed by its residents.  Come be part of the tradition.   We have fun too. 

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I'm the guilty party who bought this one! I love the view; you can see all the way up the mountain to the city (and as you can see from the photos, the river is pretty, too!). The good news is that there are another parcel or two available along the river in this area, so come on over and have a look. :)   The people here are super friendly, so just contact an Estate Manager or any resident you see wandering around if you have any questions!

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