It is said that the great city of Perme was at one time three ring roads deep.
The three roads wrapped around the inner citadel tightly, separated by buildings upon buildings of residents and markets.
Perme grew at an astounding rate during the great exodus of the rural areas and added almost one or two ring roads a year.
From the satellites it began to look like the rings of a tree and just like that, the city grew upwards, sprouting from the ground and extending into the sky.
The upper quadrants would rock in the wind and the people of Perme would remain inside the ring roads to save themselves from the biting sky.