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Sproji: Civic Center Historic District

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Retep Molinari

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Sproji: Civic Center Historic District

Sproji is a city in southwest Syldav, deep in the mountains.

Now listen up: I don't think I have ever spent so much time working on so much little space. Making all the right buildings grown where I want them to--and then making them all historic--has been a major pain. So, take a bit of time to see what all the sweat is about. I'm pretty proud of this one so far.

For generations, Sproji has been the central market place for the mountainous regions of Syldav. Much of the area is populated but farmers in small hamlets where their specific goods are best grown. Farmers and others have bought their raw goods into Sproji for sale and/or processing. Merchants take these goods to other hamlets as well as larger cities like Klov, Alov, and Muskav.

Here is a photograph of the Sproji Civic Market, so named because City hall sits across the street

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Another angle of the market.

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Sproji City Hall was built in 1798. It is still used as the official center of government, though most of the city's work happens downtown.

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Old civic center in full, with City Hall, the Civic Market, and the loading docks that have been Sproji's life spring. The loading docks were upgraded in 1910 to their present appearance.

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Sproji's first train terminal was built in 1872, with modernization work bringing the station up to par in 1981. it is located to the west of Civic Center.

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A neighborhood to the west of civic center, with several styles of traditional Syldav housing.

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This is really good. Like realllllly good. I do have one question though. Is the baseball / softball field in the last pic slanted? It confuses me lol.

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TekindusT: If by LE you mean the lot editor, then I must state that these aren't my lots! When I say I spent time, I was reffering to the fact that I had to a) wait for each desired lot to grow, then b) make each one historical. This goes for blocks and blocks, so there was lots to make hsitorical (hundreds).

Schulmanator: I'm so glad! I aim to please.

Faded Glory: Both your comments were so nice; thank you! I'm not sure what you mean by slanted, but I can say that home plate is not right in the corner. The field diesn't jutt off at equal angles.

dimipol006: A five? Woohoo! Well, I hope to keep improving it for all!

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