Anasi, an important brewing and fish-processing centre as well as seaside resort, is the state capital of the province of Campana. It is a famous gastronomic centre, drawing its wide range of cuisines from the varied produce of the Campana Plains and also the vines (introduced by the Romans) that grow on the south-facing cliffs to the east of the city. Nestling at the foot of the dramatic promontory of Anasi Point, the city marks the end of the plains and the abrupt rise of the Ring Mountains that surge upwards to the west to a height of 3000 feet. Anasi is the most Italianate of Dynamo’s cities, its old town centre, sited on a steep rise above the coast, being bejewelled with 17th– and 18th-century churches. Some of the picturesque houses that cluster in the narrow and irregular pedestrian streets today accommodate the restaurants that make Anasi the gastronomic capital of the country. The famous film studios are cited on the eastern outskirts of the city and overlook the blue expanse of the Atlantic Ocean.


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City of Anasi


Brewing, Fish-processing, Tourism

Notable for:
Gastronomy, Film Production Studios, Gothic Architecture