Saukrame

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Saukrame
—  Town  —
Nickname(s): "The Rabbit Hutch"
Location of Geoxe Ward
Micronation Klaise flag.gif Klaise
Ward Geoxe
Founded c. 2010
Elevation 417 m (1,368 ft)
Population (450)
 - Total 3
Time zone EST (UTC-5)
 - Summer (DST) EDT (UTC-4)
KGS Code GX01

Saukrame is a town in Geoxe Ward, Klaise. It is the second largest city by population in the country. The city has an estimated population of four as of Census 450 (early 2020). The town is at the source of the Geoxe River a few meters south of the Geoxe/Scipler Ward border and is currently the hub of Klaise's industry. In the town is a rabbit farm which may be Klaise's main export soon, and a loam quarry for local buildings and infrastructure. North of the town is a produce farm. Transportation in the town consists of Route 20 going east-west connecting Saukrame to Geoxeton, and Route 45 connecting the town to Monomew in the south. The town acts as a crossroads for Klaise now that Route 45 was renovated in early 2020 to route through Saukrame rather than Geoxeton as it was prior, which caused the route to be around 200 meters longer.

History

Saukrame was a rural pasture area until 2010, when a shed was built. This shed has since been the nucleus of the town housing all of its residents. The same shed became a rabbit hutch in 2018, giving Saukrame its notoriety for having rabbits. Throughout history, the town has been included with Geoxeton most of the time in administrative divisions, as well as Kekyl.