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|Babahlese Secretariat's Office|
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|People to meet||Colias Palaeno |
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One corner of the room was decorated with a number of objects that Ambassador Colias Palaeno believed to be fascinating American artifacts, but were mainly just tacky souvenirs for tourists. These objects included: a brown/grizzly bear statue with a fish in its mouth, a bald eagle statue, two small versions of the Statue of Liberty, a small replica of the Gateway Arch, and a buckskin cowboy outfit on the wall.
Beside these "relics" was a grandfather clock that contained a coil of wire used by Shih-na as part of a pulley system to switch the Allebahstian and Babahlese Primidux Statues. The safe beside the fireplace could only be opened with a unique key and contained a hidden compartment with various smuggled items from around the world that Coachen had hoarded.
In the original Japanese version of Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, the souvenirs are "relics" from Japan rather than the United States. For example, the buckskin cowboy outfit on the wall was originally a kimono.