...Nowhere else in the entire world can one find better preserved relics of the glory days of the Aen Seidhe. Naturally, by "the entire world," I in fact mean the areas that have entered man's jurisdiction – Toussaint's architecture obviously could not hold a candle to the wonders of Dol Blathanna. That is in no way meant to detract from the glory of the ruins of Termes, the old amphitheater or Arthach, the one-time summer residence to Toussaint's kings. More than any of these, however, it is the palace which captures one's eye with its... [torn page]
...spacious terraces seemingly enclosed by openwork exedras with rows of intricate tracery and pinnacles crowned with spiked crockets. One may admire them through legions of ogival windows, the traceries of which are often decorated with the floral ornaments so typical for the culture of the Aen Seidhe. This style is especially prominent in its buttresses and niches.