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Krannenberg

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Krannenberg was grounded at 1970 as an  modern german city.

The history of Power Plants

1. Phase

The "CO2 Pollution Company" built a Coal and wood power plant to produce a lot of Energy. The plant had a lot of bad consequenses one of then is the deforest all the forest in the city. The f

2. Phase

The mayor allowed the energy company (the' Low Secruity And Cheap Nuclear Company' short LSANC) to built a minimum security nuclear reacor at 1980. After the old coal-fired power plant taked down the LSANC finished their nuclear power plant. In the year 2000, 248.68 flies flew into the nuclear reactor (beacause all security doors were wooden and didn't closed. There weren't any personal, because LSANC forgott the personal to feed and then they died. Back to the flies, after the flew in the reactor they drink and eat the moderator and the control elements up.

3.Phase  Gase Power Plant and Garbage Plant  was built in 1990 this is a high efficient and ecologie Power Plant at the old location, as you can see at the image 

 

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The Downtown

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Downtown-south

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Downtown-Middle

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Downtown-west: This is the center of Krannenberg with a smal S-Bahn Station

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The modern industrial area of Krannenberg has nothing pollution

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Here are the second industrial area with business buildings

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The Mayor Villa and a few other Villa of the richest persons of Krannenberg

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The industrial area south

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Those are nice pictures, but you should use the "Insert/Edit Image" button when you upload pictures from imageshack. Copy and paste the direct link from your image shack pictures.

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hey friend, reupload your images! they are worth seeing. With links maybe some won't even bother clicking on it. Follow what tepodon has told u. :D

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