Lyteran Geographical Society
|Lyteran Geographical Society
|St. Cavendish, Lytera
|23 December 2020
The Lyteran Geographical Society (LGS) is an Lyteran organisation which is administered by the Lyteran Monarchy. Its aim "to explore and research the natural world to further understand it and to share its secrets with the world."
The Lyteran Geographical Society was announced as a planned policy for the year of 2021, having unofficially existed before and supplied items for the Royal Lyteran Museum. However, after deciding to make a trip sooner then expected, it was created on the 23rd of December, with it's first exploration a day later. The organisation has been placed in charge of not only going on expeditions, but also for archeology and paleontology. Relating to Royal Trips, it was decided that any nature related trip whilst on a Royal Visit would be considered an expedition, but not the trip as a whole.
- TRM Amelia I, since 23 December 2020 (Director)
- Prince Matthew of Pelkesa, since 23 December 2020
- Duke Michael, since 23 December 2020
- Duchess Karen, since 23 December 2020
|Walking the lesser used, uncobbled path, the expedition came across a shallow river, named Magdhaba after the battle that occurred on the day 104 years ago. After continuing on further through the mud, the expedition reached Ruislip Lido where they had a drink, returning back the same route after a short while due to the weather.
|Ruislip Woods North
|Walking the bridleway, the expedition came across a small wooden construct, named Fortress Inquisitorious after the location from Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. After continuing on further through the mud, the expedition reached Ruislip Lido where they had an ice-cream, returning back the same route as in Expedition 1 after a short while due to the weather.
|Ruislip Woods South
|Following the same route as #1, they were hampered by heavy flooding, and turned back the long route round the Lido to avoid the flooded beach.
|Amelia I went on a geographical survey of Orly, visiting Leoni Bridge, the Upper Mill and County of Memphis
|The Raiders of the Lost Grove - A LGS + LRBC Joint Documentary
The RGS has come across several features which it has named. While it does not claim to have actually "discovered" them, the following is a list of said features which have been named by Lyterans:
|Unknown, part of Park Wood
Likely a tributary of the River Pinn
|A shallow river that runs through the woods, discovered on the 23/12/2020 expedition. Waded through by the Expedition and named after returning home. Named after the Battle of Magdhaba which occurred on that day in 1916. Discovered on Expedition 1.
|Unknown, built in Park Wood
Unknown how long it has existed for.
|A small wooden hut built likely for overnight sleep. Named after the fortress from Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order. Discovered on Expedition 2.