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Gigante del Pacífico Stadium

A custom stadium, inspired by Municipal Stadium of Braga, Portugal. This BAT is simple ,without details.

Gigante del Pacífico Stadium - Wainor City, Metzú Republic (City Journal)

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I don't think I've ever seen that stadium before, nice find (or did you make that BAT?) Either way, it looks good and it fits really nicely in your city *:)

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5 hours ago, korver said:

I don't think I've ever seen that stadium before, nice find (or did you make that BAT?) Either way, it looks good and it fits really nicely in your city *:)

I was wondering about that too.  It's a great shot.

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5 hours ago, korver said:

I don't think I've ever seen that stadium before, nice find (or did you make that BAT?) Either way, it looks good and it fits really nicely in your city *:)

yep. I made it. I don't know much about BAT software. This 3D model doesn't have lights, it's decorative jaja

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