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Maine | Central Llithustania



Maine, Visiting the Capital

Today we're visiting the Capital of Llithustania.

A Historic city, with ubranization being pushed from Traditional to Modern.


Happy Holidays/Merry Christmas.


Welcome to a city where new architecture is being designed to be modern and less sohphisticated.

Welcome to Maine, Central Llithustania, Llithustania. (Yeah it's a bit of a mouthful)


Maine is one of a few cities where history and the oldest of buildings are still standing, leaving

what's left of the Nations Traditional Heritage.


The Nations most important and vital Congress buildings were built here after the city was erected as the nation's  forth capital.

(Forth Capital after Europolis being erected for the 2nd time)



More buildings, offices and halls from the Central Congress.


Back to Maine, the city is covered in plazas and flora.

Maine%2BCentral-Jan.%2B7%252C%2B15129151This is close to Downtown and also, the Metal Globe represent the nation international ties.

Maine%2BCentral-Jan.%2B15%252C%2B1512915The city is slowly being overcome by modern urbanization, with newer, less sophisticated buildings which

are changing the cities environment.

Maine%2BCentral-Jan.%2B28%252C%2B1512915Towers begin to spring almost anywhere these days, as downtown is low on space.

Maine%2BCentral-Mar.%2B28%252C%2B1412915Maine City's Grand Railway station is one of the largest in the country and most sophisticated, traditional and most beautiful pieces

of architecture.



These are differing points of views of the Maine Grand Central Station.

And since the Americans introduced Baseball to Llithustania during WWII


Litusians have become fond of playing this intriuging sport. There many Baseball Stadiums

in town and cities around the nation.


The National Library of Congress is on the corner of Madison Ave. and  Lorre Escana St. and close to

the Stade de v`uur Madisonne. It is one of the most secure and most important structures in the nation,

providing top secret information and data which cannot be released.


This is the Fidelle Commercial Row Building, A modern building built in 1981, for the interest of tourists which come to the Capital.


This is an arial view of the west-side of this district. (the east is yet to finished.)


This is the main road which is beautified by the flower beds on the road median.

This is constantly maintained by the Maine City Council.


As I said before, Tower are appearing almost everywhere these days, like here as another example.

High rise commercial buildings



Other areas of Maine City.


The large building in the middle is the Maine International Convention Center and Hall, The most modern structure

of which stands over a covered park and avenue. Many conventions and international meetings

are held here, countless every year.


This small business and residential district is built on an old industrial park which was demolished when the city

was expanding. The Cartharage Mill still operates and was preserved and became a national

Landmark, and was offcialized in 1935.

More Updates coming soon!

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