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Welcome back to Jennai, the most populated region of Cattala. Today we’re in the north of the province, in the city of Confini.


Confini is a large town in the north of Jennai province, and is the closest town to the border with Monte Calida.


Confini used to be a major trading town between Jennai and the north of the country. In recent decades, the town has grown denser thanks to it’s strong transport links to Jennai city.


The town remains reasonably industrial, with a small yard where freight trains stop after travelling from northern and eastern Cattala, before travelling on to Jennai.


The town isn’t just an important railway route – it is also an important stop on the A1 motorway, which links Monte Calida to the M3 motorway between Jennai and Calora.


But the town is most defined by its sprawling residential areas. Several thousand people live in the old 18th century homes that were built as the town’s population rose sharply after the first trading route opened up.


I hope you liked Confini – next time we visit there will have been some changes made, so if you have any further suggestions please tell me and I will try to include them as I develop Jennai Province.


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:O what an amazing city! It is neat to see a change from the small towns you do so well, and this is no less inspiring ;) Can't wait for more :thumb:

EDIT: Where did you get those dense british style buildings on the bottom right side of the overview pic (near the tracks)? Thanks

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Wow! Those BATs are spectacular! They all come together perfectly in your cuty, and they are so colorful and full of life! Great job, truly, truly! :ohyes: Can I ask where you found those bright-orange apartment looking buildings in the bottom right-hand corner on the first pic. Thanks.

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Thank you all. Personally I don't like this entry - because it's not finished. I am making a lot of changes to Confini soon, because it's not really completed yet - there's still work to be done and I hope you will like the improved version even more. :)

Sky Guy: Thanks! I actually can't remember where I got them from - it's either CapitolSimcity, or Simtropolis. What I can tell you is that they're 1x1 ploppable lots. I'll try and find the name for you next time I'm on my PC. I'll post it in the next update hopefully. If I forget please PM me. :P

MamaLuigi: Thank you! The bright orange midrises are from Capitol Simcity, a Spanish website.

Heitomat: Thank you again - I'm trying to include more transport networks in my cities as I try and make them more grown and realistic. :)

7891122562059523: Thank you very much!

escilnavia: Wow. As I said above, I personally don't like this entry, so if you did then I'm really happy, because it's not as bad as I first thought. I hope you will like the completed version though. :)

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