Svetranj on June 6, when the city's residents celebrate the Feast of the Lop-Sided Saints.

Svetranj is the provisional capital city of the Molvanian Alps province of Molvania.


Svetranj was first established in the 16th century, where it functioned as a trading post on the Molvanian frontier. Because it lay at the edge of Molvania's borders at that point in time, the Molvanians of Svetranj established a series of battlements in the south to defend Svetranj and the villages of that region from Turkish attack. The Turks however would launch an attack from the East instead, razing much of the area.

It wouldn't be until the 18th century that Svetranj would be major economic hub, after the region had finally fully recovered from the Turkish invasions.