The fourth largest city of Kuu, Baerú is a vibrant coastal city in the south-east.
The rocky beach is a popular destination for Kuuvians and the coast has some leisurely boating and fishing.
It is a quieter town filled with many small breweries, and transportation engineers. There is a small-but-healthy tourist industry supported by local bed and breakfasts.
Biking is a very popular way to get around the city, and there are special bicycle-only paths about the town.
The residents are uniquely subtle in their fashion, in contrast to their artsy neighbors in Fallinbannao. They often adorn smaller antlers.