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Transpo-Nexus Civic Center

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Transpo-Nexus Civic Center

Overgrazing by Llamas and excessive use of Reticulating Splines resulted in rising sea levels which terra-formed vast regions of inland islands now connected by highways and railroads spanning out from the Transpo-Nexus Civic Center.  

This urban feature includes the Simolean Bank, the Simulator Office, institutions of Nanotechnology, Quantum Research, Arcology and Astrosimiology (for the terra-forming of asteroids).  Currently, engineers are working on a device that will eradicate those pesky invaders from the anti-sim world.



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