Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion Locations

Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion is an anime series in the Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion franchise
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Area 11

Area 11 is the designation that was given to the island-nation of Japan after they surrendered to the invading forces of the Britannian Empire. The people were also reclassified from Japanese to Elevens.

Ashford Academy

An elite school for Britannian children.


A castle is a massive building with towers. Mostly used by royalty and rich people.


China is a country that takes up most of the area in South-East Asia. Civilization in China dates back as far as 2700 B.C.


A place of Christian gatherings where holy ceremonies and rituals take place a swell as education.

Deserted Island


Earth is the third planet in the sol system, in the outer arm of the Milky Way galaxy. Most noticed for it's blue appearance due to the massive bodies of water that surround it.


The Island nation of Far East Asia, and the setting for the vast majority of Anime and Manga.

Kamine Island

Kamine Island is an uninhabited island off the coast of Shikine Island and part of Area 11. It is the location of one of the Thought Elevators that leads to the World of C.

Mount Fuji

One of the highest mountains located in Japan. It is featured in many pieces of Art ,and media.


Oceans are vast bodies of salt water.


A place where education take place.

Shikine Island

Shikine Island is a volcanic island and is part of the Izu Islands chain, and part of the Tokyo administration.


One of 23 citys located in Tokyo. This city is a major commercial and administrative center.

Swimming Pool

A construction made to held large ammounts of water for people to swim in. Sometimes these includes trampolines and boards to jump of from.

The Holy Britannian Empire

A united empire of North and South America, the greatest power in the world-- rival to the Euro Universe and Chinese Federation.


Tokyo is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan and located on the eastern side of the main island Honshu. It is the setting of many anime, and shows in Japan.

Tokyo Tower

Popular Tokyo landmark often seen in anime and manga.

World of C

The World of C is another dimension where Charles di Britannia was developing a way to bring about the end of the world.

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