ggamgus: Thank you!!!
TowerDude: In Spain you can find those huge empty fields too!
grstudios: Thank you!!! Actually, fields and machines (and roads, railroads, etc.) are lotted, and I use the props in LE instead of the MMP versions.
TekindusT: Thank you!!! Very nice poem! Actually, my hometown is in the Castilla region, and when we drive somewhere out of town, this boring landscape is what we see
Hazani Pratama: Thanks!!
ThomasSimpson: Thank you!! I was inspired a bit on your last Lessito updates
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Markus J: Thank you!!
testuser1234: It was my first rural scene but thanks for your advice!
Now we are again in Vistalegre. So we go down the Vía Imperial from the Imperial Square (Remember it?) to reach the Plaza 18 de Marzo (March 18th square) where the Parliament is. March 18th 1521 was the day the first colonies were discovered by the Empire, and were ruled by the country until their independance in the XIXth century (still some archipelagos belong to the Empire nowadays). But before arriving, a little pic.
Now we arrived, and we reach this traffic chaos roundabout in one side of the square...
Here is the Congress building, built in 1850, after the first Constitution, and it hosts one of the two Chambers of the New Iberian Parliament.
The monument in the middle of the square was erected in 1871, in the 350th anniversary of the discovery of the colonies.
In the '70s, two big buildings were built in the square. One of them is the headquarters of the Banco de Comercio de Nueva Iberia.
The other one is the Petrasa Tower, built in 1978, headquarters of the national petrol company (now private since mid '90s). The building, with its 182 metres, has been the tallest in Vistalegre until the 2000s, when the new CBD was developping. Loved and hated at the same time, it's now one of the most important landmarks in Vistalegre.
An overview of the square...
And a last pic from the Petrasa tower.
Hope you liked today's update!!!