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High Buildings and High Class

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Ying Blanc

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thanks everybody for commenting on the 2 updates. It is a shame Radical, if only I knew how to turn Sketchup into BAT.

We start off with the very edge of the CBD with a couple of towers called "The Pinnacle" The mall behind it is the fanciest mall in Taichung, mainly serving to the richest of the rich (like Fortnam and Mason in London).

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Then we have 2 other towers and one of the tallest towers in Taichung next to that.

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We then have right in the middle a rare site in Nilian cities, an art deco building still up, this one is residential and has a mall and cinema complex at the base. it is called the "Fujina Building"

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All of this borders the official city park (name coming later xD) which holds tennis courts, a lake, a vistor centre, a small football ground (still large enough to have an official team play but lack of seating is the main problem.) and a botanical greenhouse. it also has a road running through it which is being tipped to be part of the official Nilia F1 coarse when they sign up their track next season. Albian having a seperate track and team.

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This here is a close-up of a rather interesting set of buildings, at the very back is a 4-star hotel called "Emperor Hotel" but the most interesting thing is it's classical look. In front of that is a currently abandoned building but inside, there is much work to change the building into an Indoor Arena for the Adonian Olympic Games.

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Another rare site is the presence of Post-GAW Trentannian Architecture from the Trentannians who fled from the horror of war, this or originally a college but not has been turned into a Great Adonian War Museum behind it is the other example, one of the only churches in Taichung city centre.

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Over here is another Adonian Olympic Venue and the main arena of Taichung, owned by Lily Airlines, the Lily Airlines Arena holds concerts and indoor ball games and many other games. In front of it is the main station for Taichung as of right now.

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and last but not least is the small slither of land across the river in this plate which will hold mostly housing but will have a few commertial areas and hopefully industrial areas as well.

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And finally a link to a very very large Collarge. Click to see it please

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Next update I will show you one of the 2 airports in Taichung City and one of the small satellite cities of Taichung City.

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[color=#ff00cc]Nice park in the center and lovely looking river. You improve with every update.[/color]

[color=#ff00cc]Interesting mix of architectural styles.[/color]

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