The most prestigious private academy in Canterlot City. Providing K-12 education services, the children who go through here are considered the best of the best academically. Has a reputation for being very formalized, academic oriented, and a little snobby. The school's mascot is a unicorn.
The city's entertainment district. Nicknamed the "Crystal District" due to the abundance new buildings that often take advantage of steel, glass, and other reflective building materials to make it shine.
Canterlot's downtown, and home to plenty of local shops and cafes. Is also where the city's administrative and government buildings are located. Has a sort of folksy style to it that makes it seem more small town than big city.
Canterlot City's best public high school. It's kept in a very well groomed state and boasts the third largest library in the city, behind Celestial Academy's and Golden Oaks. The school mascot is the Wondercolt, a horse.
Canterlot City's public library that's famous for the giant oak tree that sits in the courtyard in center of the library. Has the largest collection of books in the city, and the tree provides quite the cozy spot to sit and read.
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