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Update 25: The Best I've ever done

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Villadia was founded in the late 1700's by an Expedition aimed for Angelorium that got off track and found it's way along the Angusto River. They settled where the Angusto and the Denique Rivers meet.


As industrialization took over in Meridiania in the early to mid 1800's, Rail lines started into Villadia and today M-Trak has it's Northern Terminus in Villadia.


And as Industrialization continued, cars began being produced in Villadia. Most of the first Meridianian car companies folded shortly after launch, however the Finlayson Brand started in 1938 as an economical car producer and continues today as a division of Carne.


Most Villadians were getting little more than one year of a High School Education.


But just as the City was getting dirtier and dirtier, the intellectuals were working away East of the Angusto at Murphy University, which was founded in 1852 by Lawrence J. Murphy.


But the university was put on the national spotlight when Callum Ferres played football for them in the 1950's, and when the University opened a new sports stadium on campus in 1982, they payed homage to Ferres by putting his name on it.


But Ferres is less famous for playing for the University as he is for playing for AFC Villadia from 1957 to 1973 as a quarterback, here at Riverfront Stadium, taking bigger headlines than Villadia Rovers, who share the stadium.


But Indoor sports like Basketball play as much of a role in Villadia as outdoor sports. Filling Villadia Arena to it's circa 20,000 person capacity nearly 350 days out of the year.


However most concerts do not take place at the Arena, instead taking place at Hill Auditorium.


While other events like the Villadia Auto Show take place at the Convention Center


But Villadia is most often remembered for Hill Park, a 1,000 acre park, named for Jacob


This is the first Mosaic i've done so be nice but I think it turned out well. (zoom in)


and a map, which wasn't uploading right. Just to give you an idea where you are.

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[color="#FF00FF"]The Angusto River looks like it could be a great area, maybe if it wasn't so straight and neat, perhaps a bit wavy, bumpy and rough, or you alternatively use some sea walls.

Love all those homes in the last mosaic too.

Great job!


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