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looks authentic ^^

Danke Schön :D


Nicely done... good work on the photos and the map

Thank you! Once again


How do you make the photos black and white, it looks really cool

Its really simple, any photo viewer can do this.

1800 - 1810

*This post is more about facts than pictures*

The city didn't grow much in the last 50 years. From 201.677 hab in 1752 to 212.707 in 1810. Now it has 260.000 in 1810.

The Black Death (thats what Google translated, idk IF its right) in Europe prevented that immigrants moved to New Buckingham and the Independency War of USA left tausends of women alone, so, you know, they couldn’t have child. But with the end of the war the population increased in 70.000 people LOL.

In 1801, Thomas Jefferson is declared the new president of The United States of America.

The cities got more modern, not just New Buckingham (NB), but in all North America. The trash is now send to sanitay landfills, every house has running water. But the pollution just increase.

NB is now divided in 10 neighborhoods, 2 of them are industrials, the Industrial Disctrict and Rivoli, the last one hás the biggest sanitary landfill, the other one is in Quarentine, but they are trying to clean it.


This is a quick map i made.

The highest building of the world is built, the “Top of the World”, with 15 floors, counting the roof. It is possible to see the entire city from there.


England Bridge start to be built and it is concluded still in the same decade, it took 9 years to be built and its the longest bridge in the world. 500 men worked in the bridge, but 30 of them died. The architect of the bridge was Marc Albert, the same that made the Top of the World Building.



NB won a gift from Italy, a giant statue of Christ, in gratitude of left the Italian people to live in USA. The statue was installed besides Highland, and the area got the name of Middle Park, the biggest park of the city, with 300m length. The top of the statue is the highest point of the region, with 55m high.


And the region view.



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Some of those buildings look a bit out of place for the time period. The taller ones really belong more toward the late 19th century.

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