Well... I didnt like the way my region was going... So a new one was created! Borosov V2! Enjoy!
A new European country emerges!
-The train that connects the two cities-
-The best hospital in the area, "L'hopitale Edouard Prost"-
-Loggers hard at work-
-On the highest mountain in Borosov, Mt. Michel-Vaste, a lone cellphone tower is the only structure for miles...-
After recieving independance from France in spring 1986 by popular vote, Borosov became the worlds seventh smallest country in Europe, after Luxembourg, Leichtenstein, Andorra, San Marino, Monaco and Vatican City. The people of Borosov democraticaly chose Pascal T. Heubert as their first leader, winning by a landslide. He stepped down in 2007 after his 23rd year in office. Robert Poussin became Presendent in the resulting election. He is still in office today.
Borosov's culture is greatly influenced by Russian and French culture, predominantly, but also Swiss and English cultures as well. The official language is French, but English and Russian are very popular.
The total population of Borosov is only about 57 000 inhabitants, and many of them live within the city limits. Only about 10% of the population live in rural areas, the other 90% in urban.
-The beautiful St. Andres Cathedral in the centre of Borosov City, the Public Gardens in behind-
-A side street off of Heubert Avenue, the main throughfare-