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This is the map of the Monterrey City, Mexico.

The size of the map is 24x24.

Installation

1. Download the File RAR.

2. Unzip the file.

3. Copy the File in Documents/Simcity4/Region

4. Open the game and play.

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Este es el mapa de la ciudad de Monterrey, México

El Tamaño del Mapa es 24x24

Instalación

1. Descargar el archivo RAR.

2. Descomprimir el archivo

3. Copiar la carpeta en Documentos/Simcity4/Región

4. Abre el juego y a jugar.




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