Los Papangeles Water Towers

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Los Papangeles Water Towers
Buildings in the Edenopolitical flag.png Free City-State of Edenopolis
The Los Papangeles Water Towers to the right of the Daily Micronational Tower (2District can be viewed in the background).
First built
10th November, 2016
Building information
LocationFlag of los papangeles.png Los Papangeles
Flag of new kronsborg.png New Kronsborg
Edenopolitical flag.png Free City-State of Edenopolis
Built byHoratio Eden
Owned byLos Papangeles Water Authority
Deconstructed19th November, 2016
Technical information
Total water capacity1000ml
Current water volume0ml

The Los Papangeles Water Towers were a pair of 500ml water towers in the City-District of Los Papangeles, New Kronsborg. Constructed by Edenopolitical King Horatio Eden and operated by the Los Papangeles Water Authority, the towers were intended to service the entire Los Papangeles area, though primarily the business district including the police station and Daily Micronational Tower, but were shut down after the Imperial Halls of Justice forced them to cease operation in the case of R v. Los Papangeles Water Authority.

Technical information


Construction took little time, and materials were easy to recover. Overall, construction operations took around forty-five seconds.

Area serviced

The Water Towers were intended to service the entire Los Papangeles area, prioritizing the business district over 2District to its north.


The Water Towers were constructed next to the Daily Micronational Tower and joined by pipe.


The Los Papangeles Water Authority were sued by the national government on the 13th of November, 2016, for constructing the water towers without having first requested planning permission from the Los Papangeles city government. The opinion of the court held that the company had contravened Royal Edict 2016-11-I by building the towers without seeking government approval, and required the company to temporarily cease operation until retrospective planning permission could be achieved. On the 19th of November, the government rejected the request for planning permission and ordered the towers deconstructed.