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The growth of the city Savin

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The growth of the city Savinâ: the beginning


Savinâ is a city in the region Koralov. It's founded in 1900 to become one of the most important industry cities of Brodavia. The government of Brodavia decided to built a new city on the place where the rivers the Dunade and the Mulâ crossed. It should host the most important dirty industries of the country. Because of the growth of the population of the country and the many immigrants it was important to build a lot of homes and factories to place the people into. That's why Savinâ was founded in 1900.


Savinâ in 1901. This is the city after one year.


Savinâ around 1904. The city didn't have a lot of inhabitants and was still very depended on its agricultural industry.


The agricultural fields in the west of the city (1904)


The University, City Hall and the House of the Region, at the North side of the Mulâ


Savinâ around 1910, it's good to see that it's an industry city


The Governmential center of the city (1910)

Firstly, the agricultur was the most important industry in the city, but after 10 years the city growth with highspeed. In 1911, the city already had around the 70.000 inhabitants.

A prestigious project

Because of the highspeed growth of the city the government of the Balkan Empire (since 1910) to construct a new metro network in Savinâ. Savinâ was after Breser (Brêsla) the first city with a metro. The first metroline was from the most south to the centre at the north side of the Mulâ. Some of the stations are famous because of their beauty (like Brodaski Station, Franz I Station and Wrliçovknabiajni Station)

The stationlist of the first metroline of Savinâ (line 1)

1 Problak

2 Ivwitzu

3 Abriknovoskaja

4 Franz I

5 Austritz

6 Wrliçovknabiajni

7 Prikovrawtra

8 Alamunjenko

9 Mrlinkopatsjevnor

10 Valamuk

11 Brodaski

12 Hus do Justiça

13 Universitat

14 Hus do Citta

15 Hus do Provinç

16 Trinivsk

17 Beklakov


The Brodaski Station


The Wrliçovknabiajni Station


Franz I Station, with his head on the wall

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QUE BIEN!!.. FELICITACIONES.... aunque le hace falta mas estetica a la plaza donde esta la universidad!!... creo que una escultura, o un obelisco la haría ver más bonita 

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Very good city!!, but you need to find custom content. We don't like maxis content because, the buildings are repeative and the lack of transportation features so, I suggest you search the STEX for custom content.

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