Previously, you saw the buildings that make up the southern Square of Imperial Park. Now, it is time to show the remaining buildings in the Northern Square.
Starting from above the Colonial War Memorial Rotunda, and going left to right, these buildings make up the northern half of Imperial Park, ending with undeveloped land, known as the "Frontier" by locals.
Nachtsburg Mayor's House: The Nachtsburg Mayoral Palace, which is hidden in the trees North of the Memorial Rotunda, is the home of the mayor of the city until his or her term is ended. Built in 1949-1950 in Colonial-Revival style, the Nachtsburg Mansion offers the usual ameneties of any normal home, while "extras" include a pool, a small garden, state-of-the-art security monitoring and deterrence, and a conference room.
Imperial Plaza/Imperial Park Station: Situated North (to the right) of the Rotunda, Imperial Plaza was recently added to the more classical and traditional Tirnlander buildings. Built in 1980, the glass gazebo-type roof and fountains gives politicians, visiting delegates, and tourists a place to relax during a break or after work. On either side of the structure are pedestrian ramps down to the Imperial Park Subway and UPed Stations. The Imperial Park (subway) Station is located directly under Imperial Avenue, which services politicians and anyone that works in Imperial Park; the station connects with the other underground lines that connect it to the CBD and the Sud-distrikt Residential zone. The UPed, or Underground Pedestrian (walkways), is a network of underground sidewalks that connect important government buildings to the Imperial Palace, and vice-versa; you must carry an Ausweis, or ID card, in order to access these tunnels.
Imperial Palace: This is probably the most important building to the Tirnlander people, both in terms of government and in morale and patriotism. Built during the German Empire's control over the TIrnland, the Imperial Palace has survived both World Wars, as well as the culturally devatating Cold War. In the Palace is the Imperial Council Chamber, which allows the Tirnreich's parlimentary staff to meet and govern in a central location. The Council is made up of the leading Ministers of each division, and headed by the Prime Minister. Also, the Imperial Quarters literally houses the seated Emperor, and is located currently in the traditional Royal Bedroom, but will be relocated to a below-ground room, for safety reasons. Both the Prime Minister and Emperor have offices in the Palace.
Imperial Arts Building: The Imperial Arts building, West of (above) the Imperial Palace, houses the Ministry of Culture, which is as important as the Ministry of Defence in the eyes of the Emperor. This ministry regulates and organizes operas, plays, social gatherings, and other events. They also manage Museums, Art Houses, Historical buildings, and the Musical performances. This is the Minister of Culture's main office.
Alte-Imperial Wasser Turm (Old Imperial Water Tower): The Old Imperial Water Tower is the Tirnland's oldest water tower. Dating back to the colonial times, the Water Tower only pumped water, despite its name. In the olden days, the Nachtsburg Water Dept. used the tower as offices and as a water main hub. It is currently maintained and administered by the Ministry of Culture, whose main offices lie only East of (below) the tower.
Imperial Hotel: The tallest building in Imperial Park, the Imperial Hotel is the premier destination for visiting VIPs, such as politicians, musicians, or entrepeneurs. Situated to the Northeast (below-right) of the Imperial Palace, the Hotel tower is serviced by the nation's top hotel management, as well as a EuroCoach bus station. To the West (right) of the main Tower is a sub-complex, used for large conventions, Exhibitions, or other gatherings of VIPs and politicians. It currently is not in use, which means all power is turned off, and it doesnt have any water or heating flowing into it either, making for a fairly energy-efficient seasonal hotel tower.