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Teslavia: General Perspective

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Alejandro24

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Well, this city is really too big. So I decided to split the post in many updates, maybe three or two; it supposed to be one post of Teslavia, but is too big to being explained in one post. So, here starts, Welcome to Teslavia.

City Facts

Name: Teslavia, original name Ciudad Tesla

Location: District I

Population: 368355 inhabitants

Economy: 60% commercial, 40% industrial

Physical Facts

Earth: 70%

Water: 30%

Ground: many hills at the norht east and the Central Branch is made totally by hills, there's no mountains. The rest are plains being crossed by natural water canals, from the rivers of Marineris Heights.

Enviroment: forests at the south, many air contamination at the north, there's no water contamination. The weather is from template in winter to warm in summer.

Communications

Ports, Highways, Roads and Railways, also the city is crossed by the metro line from Valles Marineris Base 1 to Klumb (line VM-K).

Inspiration: the name comes from Nikola Tesla.

About the Banner: Commercial Zone of Teslavia at the morning in the end of a summer storm, covered by low clouds and fog.

 

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Here is, where the history of Teslavia started, the Eagle is a symbol of the city. Teslavia was born as a irregular colony of workers from Crateris Port. When the colony became independent, the workers builded the Eagle monument in signal of victory and liberty.

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The city growed too fast. At the first, this zone was only farms fields and irregular colonies of poor people. Now is the most important Commercial Zone of Teslavia (see the banner). We can't see it in this photo, but there are the cross of the two most important avenues in Teslavia: Tesla Boulevard (from north to south) and the Axis (from the west to the east).

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Fifth Ville is located at the West. Looks like a small town and is home of the University of Teslavia. Central Teslavia is crossing the industrial zone, at the east.

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At the south of Central Teslavia theres the Central Branch, another commercial zone of Teslavia. The Central Branch is made by hills, the skycrappers aren't tall, the hills are. In this photo we can see the Tesla Boulevard decorated with palms after the Red Bridge.

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This is the most southern zone, near the forests. It's located at the Central Branch but is separated from the principal urban sprawl by forests. There are many comunications with this zone, a metro line, roads, ferry and a highway. This photo was taked in the morning, we can see the reflect of the Sun at the window of that building.

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A few words of this photo: Central Branch. Down: airport and bridges. Just look at the photo and what do you see? I'll reply all the questions.

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This is the South Bridge, makes communication with Teslavia and the VMH-1 (Valles Marineris Highway 1) at the south of the city.

Well, It's all for today, this city is too big, really too big to being explained in one update. So I'll see you soon and I hope you like it.

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