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Mikael Agricolan kirkko 1.0.0

(4.33)    (3 Reviews)

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Mikael Agricolan kirkko, or Mikael Agricola Church, is the tallest "habitable" building in Helsinki. It was designed by Lars Sonck in 1933 and it was finished in 1935. Spire reaches almost 100 metres and spire can be lowered inside the brick tower. Reason for this was the danger of war in Europe and spire was lowered in the WW2 so that enemy aircraft couldn't use it for navigation.

Mikael Agricola was a bishop and inventor of written Finnish language in 1200's.

Building acts as a museum in game, because I don't know how to mod houses of worships. Both lots have 3500 plop cost and monthly cost of 300 §. Lot sizes for urban one is 2x5 and one with a park 4x5.

And before you ask, why that platform? In real life building is connected to some kind of church activity offices which were also designed by Lars Sonck and it has car ramps etc. but I decided not to make them. I made this two years ago and now I'm uploading it to you.

 

Just remembered, BSC Textures vol.1 and Porkies's first prop pack are needed.

 

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sejr99999

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

thank you for sharing this unique building  I download everything you share and have enjoyed your works in the game

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DavidDHetzel

   0 of 1 member found this review helpful 0 / 1 member

Great model, but it looks slightly undersized when compared to the building next to it. 4/5

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tariely

  

The absence of windows in that tower (historical, though  *:) ) makes it look quite blocky... But it's great to see you back at batting ! 

 

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