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A Rexina (Carsiekan: "Palace" or "Castle"), in Carsiekan and Vamontian times, was a piece of land designated as a place of state sovereignty. It usually took the form of a parcel with larger than average acreage and a superficially grandiose residence and may or may not have contained facilities for use by the state and nation such as workshops, recreational land or spiritual sites. Rexinas were started when homeowners or landowners converted their properties for use by the nation.