A industrialist city, Kalimgrad is a main the producer, manufacturer, and exporter of thousands of goods. Some of the larger industries include steel mills , petroleum refineries, automotive factories, and chemical plants, all of which are aided by the cities location between the coast's seaport and the river that passes through the middle.
Kalimgrad, Old City, the (mostly) original part of the city from its pre-communist days. Before the housing projects, massive industrialization, and political renovation, Kalimgrad was a small port city of little importance. Fast forward to the present, and it retains but a glimmer of its former personality as tall gray tenements sprout from the quaint olden style.
The Government buildings:
And some neighborhoods that have retained some of their charm... If you can call it that...
And one of the trains that have become vital to the city, being the only mass transit available.
The bridge that connects one side of the port to the other, crossing two rivers and part of the Old city.
The main that connects the city to the east side of the port.