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|— City —|
|Country||Empire of Adammia|
|Established||28 February 2015|
|- Total||0.000161 km2 (0 sq mi)|
|- Water||0 km2 (0 sq mi)|
|Elevation||56 m (184 ft)|
|- Rank||2nd in Adammia|
|Time zone||UTC (w:UTC0)|
Attenborough is a city in the Empire of Adammia. It contains 3 streets (pathways), a house, a shed and a park. It is named after David Attenborough, a popular naturalist in the United Kingdom, fitting in with the theme in the province of Watertopia in which it is located, which is itself named after Charles Waterton. The city was established by Watertopia's local government on 28 February 2015. It has a population of 3.
1 Boxall Road
The only inhabited building in Attenborough, 1 Boxall Road serves several government functions - it is home to the Empire's Ministry of Information and the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister. The province of Watertopia's local government is de-facto situated there. In addition, upstairs is the Watertopia Barracks, where the Watertopia Battalion is situated. Some believe, due to comments by a British psychic and one of the residents of the house, James Foster, that 1 Boxall Road is inhabited by a spirit named Jonathan / John.
2 Boxall Road
2 Boxall Road is a small shed. Its exact purpose is unknown but it is presumably used for the storage of equipment used to maintain Attenborough Park.
Attenborough Park is formed out of the back garden of 1 Boxall Road. It currently contains little of interest.
The three transport routes that run through Attenborough are the A3 (Boxall Road), the A30 (Kelly Street), and the A31 (Manns Street). In actuality, these "roads" are narrow paths and are not capable of holding motor vehicles. Furthermore, the M3 motorway (Hall Road) connects Attenborough to the UK border via Forester's Common, but does not actually enter the city; this road is capable of supporting motor vehicles (hence its motorway designation).