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Ciudad de Los Volcanos

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The largest city in the region of Gateland is Ciudad de Los Volcanos. A city that was founded near dormant volcano mountains. A volcano erupted centuries ago to form the canyon river that now "splits" the two parts of the city. El viejo Ciudad and Nueva Ciudad. Old City and New City. Lately the city was close to becoming bankrupt but with another surge of population growth and commercial growth the city has now grown even bigger.

The city grew at a fast rate. Ciudad de Los Volcanos' population is a little over 351,000 residents and steadily growing. The city has a 5-star casino, a ranger station where you can visit the volcano mountains, seaport, ferry system, beach, a major and minor league baseball stadium and plenty of jobs including a lot of factories. Other than the dormant volcano mountains, the city is mainly known for its jobs. The city has grown, thanks to the abundant amount of jobs yet it does encounter problems elsewhere like education/healthcare/ and even entertainment. That's where its southern bordering neighbor of Dianna comes in.

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The one picture of the lone road is the road that goes into the dormant volcano mountains and connects both sides of the city. The only actual land mass that connects the two part of the cities. It also can take you into Dianna. This was where the city was started. Right in the factory zone and the mountains and once Nueva Ciudad began really growing they thought it best to build a road on the one small piece of land that connects to the two sides.

The Volcanic Mountains

The mountains are very grand and unique. Now they have built gift shops and winding tunnels inside the mountains and is a hot spot for tourists. When you travel on the road that goes inside the mountains you will see the gift shops and tunnels. THere are also specials determined by the holidays.

One tunnel will take you outside where you find yourself ontop of the tallest mountain and you can see out as far as the eye can see, the whole city of Ciudad de Los Volcanos, the river, the woods, and turn around and you can see all of surrounding cities including the city of Dianna. You can also hike down or go back through the tunnel and once outside, you are back on the ground! But you can walk through the natural woods, that is still kept from the beginning of the city, visit a petting zoo and have fun at the lake.

There's so much to do in the City of the Volcanos!

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Sounds great I wish I could see this amazing city. Can you tell me how you upload ythe pics.other than the small pictures the city really looks good.5 stars

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