|Founded||4 Saunas 892 HE|
Zînin-Gulc grew to be a splendorous city. All the major thoroughfares had marble tiled streets and the walls were adorned with colorful mosaics of wildlife common to the region's plains.
When Araj fell, the elements and time reduced this ancient place to an overgrown ruin. The once pristine marble squares are buried under dirt and vegetation. Any movable item of value has long since been looted from the place. Many statues of horses are scattered about the city, the more monolithic are still intact, great ornate figures, weighing 30 to 60 tons. In ages past, the Araj worshiped these statues as gods.