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UPDATE 1: Ciudad de Irigoyen starts growing

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Today I’ll startof the town of Ciudad de Irigoyen (CDI). It’s the growing neighbourhood of the costal metropolis Barlovento (which actually still not exists :) ). The city is rich in monuments and parks, so a lot of tourists from Barlovento come to visit CDI.

The building height is very variable and reaches very high levels as well as very low ones.

At the moment 54000 people are living in CDI but I will start with the first steps I made with the town.

It started kind of in the middle of nowhere. There is no other town right aside. Puerto Concordia and Valiosa lay in the distance of one or two tiles.


The first street layout and building area was between the highway and the railtracks to Barlovento


even a glr was connected


A short while later the city started to grow...


... and looked lie this.


It was the time, when there was built the library which should become the first “point of interest”.


Next time I’m going to show some more close-ups of the quarter.


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like all the curvy roads

I've never seen that in-street GLR station with the center platform before.

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