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Plantation Bay Downtown Bridge

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One of the large bridges that connect to Downtown Plantation Bay's downtown city core. Plantation Bay is one of the White Republic's biggest regions, with a population of over 30 million people. This is Alwakiee Metropolis, a center of commerce, with a residential population of nearly 700,000. (Yes, in a 4x4 km area!).



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      I will be sharing my next assets in this topic, you can check my previous assets here in my workshop page . I finished my old bridge asset and this will be the first asset in this topic  I hope you like it. Detailed information is provided in asset page. 
       
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