NielsC0 07: Thanks, lets hope it can continue.
Larsks2242: Thanks and the whole state can be classed as that with its dirt roads lol
Roman_Samurda: Thanks and the rally idea is definitely being looked into though infrastructure may have to be improved.
.; Nice job ending my BTT No1 run, it was well deserved (everyone go check out jmsepe's CJ *nudge nudge, wink wink*)
jmsepe: Yup aren't you all lucky
Vlad300: Well luckily nothing like that has been found yet. Plus given the size of the state and the fact that we legally bought the land we hope that Russia wouldn't do anything rash if we did find stuff lol
Tonraq: Thanks, glad your enjoying the MMP work!
julio92012 : Thanks an d I think they're a combination of Murmik's industrial junk props and a couple of other things.
Indiana Joe: Thanks, I like the overviews too.
Neto Dari: Thanks, lets hope I can continue to impress!
Prophet42: Thanks, I'm really flattered that the overview looks like a photograph, that's really cool!
feyss: Thanks, glad your enjoying the landscaping.
Oldrogue: Thanks and no problem regarding the sharing. I'm just glad that others can get some of the enjoyment out of it that I do!
nas786: Thanks and yes I'm using the Cascadia tree controller and the Hidden Valley terrain mod.
Richie99: Thanks, let's hope I don't disappoint you in the last few parts of the tour!
Entry 12: A Tour through Marinko (part 4)
Welcome back for today's leg of the tour, this time visiting the cliffisde village of Nomyto and the religious centre of the state Atsuka.
Starting in Nomyto we come across a tiny village of nearly 180 inhabitants nestled on the top of the cliffs. As you can see from the photo's below there isn't a whole lot in the village itself just some houses surrouynded by farmland, though the Nomyto lookout provides a little bit of recreation and draw tot he area.
Looking at the overview of the area you can see just how rocky the area is with the island of Farukon (Falcon in Japanese) Rock and several smaller un-named islands jutting out into the sea.
Moving on to the much bigger settlement of Atsuka we come across the religious centre of the state. With the states being rather small, most of the churches that already exist are Orthodox Russian ones, with other religious groups meeting in halls or using the orthodox ones. This however isn't the case in Atuska as the towns central location and good ferry links meant that the states first Christian church and Temple for the Asian population has been built.
Christian Church and School
Atsuka Orthodox church
This combined with a decent amount of healthcare and education has led to Atsuka being quite a well off place with the religious buildings offering a different draw to that of Romanovik and Tonraqa and as such the place has a marina and several nice shops on its waterfront.
With the area being in the centre of the state though (coastline wise) it still needs to be provided with supplies and lacking a dock of its own this falls to the tiny dock in the village of Levot shown here, where small ships can drop off and pick up goods from Uskopoit and Sepelostov.
Finally for this entry is a overview of the area surrounding Atuska where you can see the village of Levot at the end of the river and the unshown village of Hoyashi at the rivers mouth.
Hope you enjoyed part 4 of the tour and that you'll join me next time for part 5 where we near the end of the tour.