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Urban Police Precinct
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Perfect for any city in the midst of decay!
Included in this download are two lots big and small; the top right and left.
respectively. Both precincts, regardless of size, have the ability to dispatch
five squad cars. Furthermore, they have a prisoner capacity of 70 inmates.
This is slightly higher than the value of the game's "vanilla" stations, for
this is simply a larger building. In addition to this download, two dependencies
This is my first actual building besides The Camberton. So please, do enjoy, even if it isn't the
best building around. Merely a fun little project of mine to fill a tiny gap.
This is a very simple upgrade for the "Roadside Trees", those trees that you can plop in the roads in order to create more beauty and healthy neighborhood. I've always thought it was absurd that those trees weren't able to increase land value. In my opinion, a tree-lined street is a much more valued street.
So, this mode creates a (very) small amount of medium and high value on the fully tree-lined streets you create. Its a very small amount, but suffice to give beauty, healthy AND some value to the streets of your city.
I also re-introduce the Pine Tree as roadside tree. It creates a beautiful line if you put it on the streets next to the Worship Set's "Chinese Temple" or the wonderful Japanese Temples from Project Shinjidai, created by XoXiDe (http://community.simtropolis.com/files/file/29906-project-shinjidai-xoxide/).
I hope you enjoy.
THIS IS AN OFFLINE MOD.
Install by copying the .package file into your ...\Origin\SimCity\SimCityData\ folder.
Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov (1870-1924), better known by his pseudonym 'Lenin', was the
principal leader of the Russian Revolution of 1917, the leader of the Bolshevik party
and the first Premier of the Soviet Union.
During World War One, the Russian Empire was crumbling. Czar Nicholas II was gradually
losing more and more control over his country and his army as the German war machine
rolled on. Encouraged by these defeats, the Germans allowed Lenin to travel back to
Russia to help futher the ongoing revolution. This he did, and with great success.
Within years, the Czar was dead, peace had been made with Germany and Lenin and his
Bolsheviks had drawn all power to them.
Lenin's goal was to turn Russia, a poor country of peasants, into an industrial power-
house. This turned out to be harder than he thought.. On August 30, 1918 Lenin was
almost assassinated. He survived the attempt, but the bullets couldn't be removed
with the medical technology of the time. One of the bullets was lodged in his neck,
too close to his spine. Many historians consider this to be the start of Lenin's
health problems. After the assassination attempt, his health declined and led to two
strokes, one shortly after the other. He was left partially paralyzed and resigned
from active politics. Soon after his third stroke, the revolutionary leader died..
Many people know Lenin as 'the man in the tomb'. He was embalmed and preserved for
permanent display at the Lenin Mausoleum at Moscow. Due to Lenin's unique role in
the creation of the very first Communist state, his character was elevated to the
point of near religious reverence. By the 1980's, every manor city in the Soviet
Union had a statue of Lenin in it's central square, either a Lenin street or Lenin
square near the center and often 20 or more smaller statues and busts thoughout its
Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the level of reverence for Lenin has gone down
considerably, but he's still considered an important figure by the people who grew up
during the Soviet period. Many statues of Lenin have been torn down and the city of
Leningrad, named after him three days after his death, returned to its original name:
To the North to be specific. We have mass transit and culture. We have old buildings, and we have alot of rails.
This city journal will focus on function, infrastructure, public spaces and mass transit. Not the DLC, but real functional mass transit, Scandinavian/Northern european style. I will guide you through the larger urban area after the jet lag has let off. Welcome.
A bit before landing, in the background you see Morstad, where we will spend most of our first tours.
Older part of the urban area, Gamla Stan (Old Town).
Can you spot the rail station? Hint: Walk down the road.
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