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Broker South and Hapiness Island

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Built in 1919 by Augustus Jartholdi, designer genius of the British Empire, it culminates at 93m height in front of the quay Algonquin. It symbolizes the right chords British-Zeroyer at the end of World War I, despite the deep laceration of the British government be forced to grant independence to the city, and stay one of the freest in the world. The name comes from the chief engineer of the work which almost choked the eve of his inauguration because of uncontrollable laughter, but Miss Hilarity shows a broad smile on his face.




The south of Broker, the end of the jungle.... or almost.

This place of the district is less poor of the rest of Broker, because the presence of Park Meadows increased the price of land,

not to mention Franklin channel with an interesting biodiversity ranging from glowfish to trash bags still warm.

(All the pictures are available on high definition, click on).










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I like the very dense, urban feeling you have going here - that must have taken a while to grow! And the liberty island is well done too.

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Absolutely stunning...especially the last screen. BAT's are essential, too bad I'm not very patient in downloading BAT's and especially all the dependecies.
Really great work man!

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I agree with SimCoug about liking the dense, urban feeling. This is pretty badass! I think it is really hard to create a dense American city that also has character like has been done here.

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I've noticed a lot of unique overpasses used. Some I recognize, some I don't. Great job overall.

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Fantastic!! Great work! I really like how you mix the RHW in the town. Have you a big troubles with traffic jams? Also I like the bridge with El-train and cars running down. Where could We find it?

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holy cow....you are amazing! i love the amount of detail in the cj! your suburbs are off the hook! what modd are you using for the tree lined streets? is it by andreas roth?

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I rarely comment CJs, but I really liked these pictures.

The BATs are one thing, yeah... then again, anybody can download them. It's what you did with the stuff at your disposal that really impresses me. Power lines through a densely built area? I don't think I have ever seen that. Great use of viaducts and bridges in a dense urban environment, too. Really widespread W2W areas (something I suck at). A large park with that "Central Park" vibe to it (another thing I suck at).

All in all, you have the BATs to get the job done, but it's not the BATs that impresses me, it's the job you've done with them. You have used all this to create something that bears your own "handwriting" so to speak, your own style. Keep it up!

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