First River (Edenopolis)
|First River of Edenopolis|
|Mouth||First River Plaza|
|Location|| New Kronsborg|
Free City-State of Edenopolis
|Length||Approx. 150 metres|
The First River of Edenopolis is a river at the southern-most extent of the territory of the Free City-State of Edenopolis. It was named on November 5 by King Horatio Eden, in the first Royal Edict establishing the nation.
The riverbank on the Edenopolitical side is clear, but steep; by contrast, the bank on the United Kingdom side is ringed by trees and bushes, making the river difficult to access except from the First River Plaza.
The first Royal Edict of the nation sets the southern-most boundary of the territory of the nation as the far side of the First River. The territory stretches from here to the farthest-most edge of the Imperial Halls of Justice on the opposite side of the city.