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Gobias, Rivit, me.
Recreating my hometown of Malmö/Sweden with as much detail and resemblance as possible, despite the somewhat limited choice of buildings on the workshop :-)
(go to the last page of this journal for more screenshots)
So I decided to start a new project, mainly due to the fact that my last city kept on crashing since the last patch.
So anyway here it goes!;
We start on small scale with a small village in a tropical mountainous landscape.
With such hot climate there quite alot of power demand keeping all those AC's up and running!
The railyard with the power plant in the background.
One of the highways going through the area. It aint cheap building those bridges!
Hello all! This thread will feature several cities that i am building. They represent a fictional European kingdom that in real life would be somewhere around Denmark and Germany but with slightly milder weather (I do not have Snowfall). The cities would have nonsensical Germanic names and most of the cities would have a more European theme.
Before someone get twitchy at the word "reich", it simply means empire in German. My Cims are not ... well, you know.
A tour of Nordreich part 1: Schlossberg
Welcome to Nordreich, a nation of happy, friendly and hard working people. The empire was created 200 years ago from a loose confederation of 7 duchies and principalities, and since then it has been guided by the goals of prosperity, freedom, and progress.
Schlossberg is a coastal city of about 200,000 people. Before the creation of the empire, the city was the capital of the Duchy of Schlossberg. Today, it is governed by a democratically elected provincial assembly, while the Duke retains his nominal role as the leader of the duchy.
Traveling to Schlossberg is easy. International travelers are welcome via the international airport.
Meanwhile domestic flights are welcomed through the smaller Schlossberg North Regional airport:
Passengers would be treated to a breathtaking Aerial view of the city while they are still up in the air, especially at night:
The city is also easily accessible by train and by cruise ships. In fact it is such a popular destination for cruise ships that the has 3 cruise ports to handle the many travelers coming and going.
Meanwhile, travelers by rail would arrive at the new Central Station, a regional transport hub that is also home to several subway lines and inner-city train routes that makes traveling within the city a breeze and car free.
Once you arrive, there are plenty to see and enjoy all over the city. Here are some highlights:
The Old Lighthouse is one of the oldest buildings in the city. Although no longer functional, today it is a popular location for tourists and locals searching for a romantic location to get married. A small team of provincial officers are there to conduct on site weddings for everyone who wish to tie the knot.
The Basilica by the Sea is located near the site of the former cargo port. Originally built to pray for safety of seamen and remember those who were lost at sea, today it is a museum that commemorates the empire's role during the age of exploration and discovery. Around the Basilica is the Beach and Seaside district, home to major hotels, museums, and other leisure businesses.
These include the panda sanctuary, a gift from the Chinese government
One of the newest attractions of the city is the new Central park, located in the outer city district.
And finally, the Schlossberg Palace and Gardens is one of the most popular destinations in the city, attracting thousands and thousands of visitors. Built around 200 years ago, the palace is the official part-time residence for the royal family, as well as the full-time residence of the duke and his court. The gardens was a partial replica of the larger imperial gardens in the capital of Reichsstadt, and it is open to the public.
In the next entry: transportation and living in Schlossberg: green spaces, more attractions, and monuments.
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