from The Fantastic Story of Din Java by Astor Lendel

Stokolm is the island-continent from which the Javan Empire and the Din Java civlilization originated.

It is an extremely varied place, with wind-swept lands resembling Scotland to the north; prairies separated by gently-rolling hills in the middle; an extensive mountain range followed by a large flat plain to the south. All of these varied places were connected by one thing: the Stokolm River, which ran from north to south and was the starting point of all other rivers on the island-continent. It was also along this river where Wundela-Cy was founded and the Naran tribe began their ascent to greatness.

Stokolm also has great harbors, and has extensive areas of arable land. It is, in fact, almost perfect in design.