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      Got the wrong discs? Or didn't receive them in the mail?   06/20/2018

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Central Santa Leon

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Hey guys, so I know I haven't been that active recently on Simtropolis. I actually haven't been playing Simcity that often, and instead have been building a couple of world projects for The Sims 3. But anyways, I still like to poke around in my cities. Although, I get the feeling that I won't be playing that much with Simcity until the new one comes out. But anyways, I hope everyone's doing great here on Simtrop! :)

So, as you may already know, Santa León is the capital city of Guaracay.


This update is about the central part of the city - the CBD and surrounding areas. Below, you can see the Avenida de las Palmas, which is lined with hotels, shopping, and surprisingly enough - embassies.


You can also see a glimpse below of the freeway that winds its way through the central part of the city, alleviating much of the smaller roads of the traffic headaches that were arising in the 1970's.


Below is the Presidential Palace, where the president lives. It's located close to the beach, so that the president has a nice view of the ocean. It also provides an opportunity for sun-bathing tourists to gawk into his lavish living quarters and offices.


Below is the city's central fútbol stadium.


One of the city's iconic landmarks is the Monte Verde monastery. It is located on a steep hill, and reachable by a furnicular train from the lower neighborhood nearby. It is the home of religious broadcasting company "Pan Diario" which is both loved and hated by certain people in Guaracay.


Below is one of the city's only train stations, with a commuter rail line that connects the city with suburbs and outter cities that are behind the hills.


That's all, thanks for reading! :)

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Wow. Lots of charm! Your vision is clearly seen in this entry. Love the rail! Would like to see more of your rail work!

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This is what I call mosaics, great job! Well, it could have been a perfect update if it wasn't by the Estadio Azteca BAT. Don't you think it is a bit (way too) underscaled?

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Insta fav man. I seriously like your building style with Latin-American buildings, this is just awesome.

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Wow. Didn't see a single maxis building there. Congratulations. 1500000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000/ 5

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