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canadiansim

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Yesterday you folks voted, and the place we start our journey is the small farming town of Freetown

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Freetown is one of the original settlements of the region, founded in 1667 as a fort along the Ohr River to protect the shire town of New Ohr. Because of its fertile ground, farms sprouted up everywhere and the Freetown township produces over 90% of acricultural industry for the region. According to the last survey, Freetown has a population of 2 963 sims.

- thanks, canadiansim -



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This is an amazing small town, kind of inspires me to make a small town while waiting for my own computer. It seems like a nice place to live.

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