River Street is the main street in Pandora. Made of stone and lined with connected buildings, it has a distinctly European feel to it. It starts on the eastern end of town and ends at the northern end. At its halfway point is a large, ornate bridge that crosses over the river. Lined with shops, cafes, restaurants, and more, there are sites to see on and around River Street.
Overlooked by a tall clocktower, this is the main place to gather in Pandora when the weather is nice. An ornate fountain that does not quite fit with the rest of the surroundings can be found in the center of the square. At the southern end, Pandora's bulletin board can be found. It is often covered with fliers.
The bazaar is always a bustle of activity. Located off the eastern end of River Street, this is Pandora's best outdoor market. The bazaar only opens on the nice days, but there's always something new and strange to be found. People can find anything from apples to magical artifacts here.
Some of the nicer residences can be found along River Street and the adjacent streets. The Arlington House Apartments line River Street, with their balconies overlooking the town life. Shenandoah Ave and Ratburn Road branch off to the north.