Go back in time, in 293 AD, and discover an ancient city and a millenary history. The city was part of the Roman Kingdom of Lakandahar, a client reign of the Roman empire, which, however, unlike its other clients, it had much more freedom: in fact, there were elected Kings and there was even a local assembly, the Minadiga, which had ancient origins (4th millennium BC).
The kingdom was set in today's Syria and partly in Mesopotamia, and was born in 3792 BC, when king Lakandahar (who would have given his own name to the city) was elected as the governor of Lacandrine (name of the inhabitants of the kingdom) people. 293 AD is be the last year of the kingdom's life, since a Lacandrine traitor, Titus Iustinus Sebastus, who was previously a king, in 291 decided to become general of the Roman emperor Diocletian.
This traitor attacked the city of Lakandahar in 293, killing the last king, Quintus Modius, and ending the millennary reign. In the city you can find several monuments, from a Ziggurat to Roman temples, but also Greek temples, like the one dedicated to Alexander the Great (who was buried in this city), mausoleums, squares (Forums), an acropolis, a naumachia and more.
The city also has secrets: in fact, you can find secret dungeons (there are two dungeons, and I recommend exploring them in survival) or simply hidden places; I challenge you to find them and say below, in the comments, that you have found them. However, please do not tell the specific position, or there will be no challenge for the others!
Have a good explorations, and visit every little spot of the city!