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Berlina Revisited

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Keegan V50


Update: Berlina Revisited

Back at last after a week hiatus!!,For now as ive promised,ill update Berlina Revisited!,well i will explain a few reasons that why im reupdating Berlina,is that the previous Berlina was developed by the King,and the modern Berlina today is developed by a new goverment.Back in 2001,Berlina city was rated the first city in the country existed,followed by Svensda Island City which is located about 170 km away.Berlina was home to plenty of parlimental buildings,secretariat headquarters,embassies and goverment buildings which makes Berlina commonly known as Civic-Stad (Civic City).After the discontinuation of the King Administration due to his death,a new modern,and efficient peoples goverment is formed in order to reign as the New Peoples Administration of the country,and a plan proposed by many developers,contractors and city planners previews a redevelopment scheme in order to refurbish,reconstruct,and redesign Berlina City into a modern,state of the art city that suits today demands.

After 10 years,1999 - 2009,Berlina City has completed its redevelopment project and now its a modern city,many buildings and structures have been rebuild,preserved as historical structures and new infrastructure,transit,public transport projects have been a new yet important addition.Berlina is now a city known by its rich history of historical landmarks,a diverse range of creative industries,media corporations and the main culture exchange center of the country.Today,Berlina reigns once more as the Capital City of the United Islands Of Territories and it closely resembles the city of Berlin in Germany.

Basic Statistics: Area: 813 km2 (316 sq mi)

                       Elevation: 34 - 115m

                       Population: 1,972,100

                       Density: 1,933/km2 ( 6,233/sq mi)

                       Urban: 997.102

                       Metro: 809.431

Other Information: GDP/Nominal: 2007: € 77.1 billion

                                              : 2008: € 83.9 billion

                                              : 2009: € 91.3 billion

                           Postal Codes: 41200 - 43900

                           Area Codes: 075

                           License Plate Code: ÐB

                           ISO Region: DE-BR

                           HDI (Human Development Index): 91.1% (Very High Developed)

                      Awards & Achievements: UNESCO World Heritage Site

                                                                The Highest Developed City In UIT In HDI

                                                                The Greenest City Of UIT

                                                                UIT's Best Choice City Of Tourism And Historical Experience

                                                                UIT's Best Choice City Of Cultural Exchange

                                                                The Best City For Education And Knowledge Sector

                                                                Beta Rank World City

To continue,here are the pics...



An overview of Berlina today.


Downtown Berlina and the Sokol Financial Center.


The Peters Cathedral Of Berlina City.


The Berlina Dorm.


The Gatenburg Plaza.


The Old City Center,where now most buildings are turn into museums or gift shops.


The Muggelsee Market Bazaar.


The Muggelsee Market Building,it was the first market building build in the country.


The St.John's Cathedral,now its a learning center for elementary school students.


The Church Of Christ,build by the Protestant Goverment back in the 1400's


The Schloss Reichstag building is now home to the Embassy Of The Kingdom Of Atlantopia.


The Potsdamler Cathedral is now listed as the 3rd oldest church of the country.


The Royal Embassy Of Alsdorf Republic.


The Embassy Of Destiny.


The Berlina Stock Exchange Building.


The Cathedral Of St.Karll.


Klaus Exhibition & Convention Center.


ILars Television Broadcasting Headquarters,the tv broadcaster of the nation.


The Queens Hotel Of Berlina,the first major hotel chain in UIT.


Holladay Park Hotel,one of the first city highrises constructed.


The Berlina Fernsehturm,United Islands Of Territories tallest freestanding structure.


Downtown Berlina at night.


At last,a night shot of Berlina.

Hope you all have enjoy that update and have a nice week ahead. 5.gif

Comments and reviews appreciated!!

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