Encompassing a wide stretch of temperate plainsland in the southern portion of the Frastlandish colony of Nurlinga is the petty Kingdom of Dyanmurés. Inhabited almost entirely by centaurs, one might wonder what strange architecture and infrastructure might be built to accommodate these tauroidal creatures. The answer, in fact, is rather underwhelming - aside from wider and taller doorways, their halls and dwellings, all constructed from sodgrass and reeds and stones in absence of timber of any sort, differ very little from the huts of most primitive societies. They do not build any round huts, instead they are all triangular prisms.
Every village in Dyanmurés is reserved for the use one tribe - a stone sign marking each one makes it very, very clear to any travellers who would willingly seek shelter beneath something other than their own tent. The centaurs have constructed no cities, no architectural wonders displaying their culture and history through stone and steel, yet on