A Urban Shrine
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Zhelelgezhzhae is situated in the scenic forest region of Sepäzhae known as Jellohllazhae.
The best way in to Zhelelgezhzhae is to hire a local guide in the nearby city of Haesezhpaekzhae.
$1 USD = 1.39 häzhäzho
Zhelelgezhzhae is world renowned for its book-buying, and it doesn't get better than Zhozhlunä.
Believers gather at this temple to pray to the god Zhäha, who is depicted as a ball of fire for good fortune and health.
A small brick shrine to Zhuzhzhazhal, a god who is depicted as a pillar of packed earth.
A charming shrine to Zhazhe, a god who is depicted as a slab of stone.
Believers gather at this temple to pray to Zhezhupo, a god who is depicted as a plume of smoke for good fortune and health.
Hozhhohohdjpü is a relaxing restaurant in a welcoming environment. It offers excellent Sepäzhaeian-style food. The "hapydjoh" (a stew made with djepo and a vegetable called llego) is hard to beat.
This simple seven-table place offers excellent breakfasts and gets packed by lunchtime -- and rightly so. The "gohzhapzho" (a wrap made with lamb and a vegetable called llego) is a killer (not literally!).
Hozhzhazhetat is a rather dark and seedy place to say the least, but within its brick walls you'll get a great range of local dishes.
The official language of Zhelelgezhzhae is Pohla. You are unlikely to find any English speakers in Zhelelgezhzhae, so at least a general knowledge of Pohla will go a long way.
Thank you: sahzho
My name is _: sazhäzhahä hozhegozh _
Where is _: paepzhae _
Zheñchaeg are tiny, brown birds with striking red beaks that have regional dialects and accents. They are considered a pest.
With its rich soil and arctic climate, Zhelelgezhzhae is the home to some delicious native produce. Be sure to try Zhalowzho, a spiky fruit with small, crunchy seeds. The peel is light red and has an intensely astringent flavor. The flesh is goopy, mottled yellow-on-red and intensely sweet, with sticky juice.