Appalachio is a major neighbourhood located in South Blix's Marci Square. It is known as the cultural epicentre of the world. The neighbourhood proper is four city blocks, with its width defined as from Interruption Street to Nockley Avenue, and its length from Wallace Street to Left Avenue. However, Appa Ex. (now commonly referred to as Appalachio) is defined as the area between Blix Gardens Ave. to Triangle, and from Quay Way to East Jamaica Ave.. It is the world's busiest pedestrian district, and is one of the world's most visited neighbourhoods, with hundreds of millions of people going through the district every year. It is one of the most-desired locations to live in in the world. At any time, at least 200,000 tourists are in the district, and at least 300,000 people are in Appa Proper, making it one of the most dense places in the world, being only 0.462km, with 649350/km2. Over 2,100,000 people live in Appa Ex, an area of 2.579km2, making it have a density of a million people/lm2

The area is known for its large amount of advertising, which has been popular in the area since the late 1800s, when ads for Blixium products began springing up all over Appalachio.

London tower perspective

Tower of the Island in Apalachio

It was named Appalachio after the Appledoor entrance to the Tower of the Island, which is in Appalachio, and was built in the 1500s by Rupertland, and by The Annalachio British Royal Family, who still live in South Blix to this day in Lessington Castle.

Greater Appalachio

Over the years some very large satellite neighbourhoods have emerged surronding Apalachio. Most notably, they include Waterloo/North Apalachio, East Appalachio, West Appalachio, and the Pyramid District. These neighbourhoods are loosely defined.

Appalachio contains 1,600,000 people, but greater Appalachio contains over 3,000,000.


The area is well known for its massive celebrations and street parties. The City of South Blix regularly plans parties in the area.

  • New Year's Eve
  • First day in the year above 20 degrees
  • First snowfall of winter
  • Blix Day
  • South Blix Day
  • Delongo Day
  • First day of July/Canada Day
  • Every Friday night during the summer
  • Christmas Eve/Various Holiday