Straite of Donatello
The Straite is named not after it’s builder, but the man who discovered it, Donatelloh Rei. The Straite separates northern Blume from southern Blume, making the lower half esentially an island. The Straite has been in place since before the time of the Centurel, and it is unknown who built this gigantic work of construction, although it is said to be from the same time period as the great barrier of the north. The Straite is 100 ft deep along it’s entirety, and it’s width varies from 150-400 ft. It is used today as a method of transport from east to west.
At the Western mouth of the Straite lies the city of Khist, Capitol of Blume, which stretches across both the north and south sides of the Straite.