Located in Southeast Asia and in the Pacific Ocean, the Archipelago of Brebes and a group of 67 islands spanning about 580 kilometers and also the country of Halruaah. The largest island is 120 kilometers long by 40 wide and is home to the capital Kawayan. The archipelago was colonized about 70,000 years ago by men, from 500 BC the archipelago became highly coveted by its resources and its strategic position, it will be the scene of numerous territorial clashes between several neighboring countries. It was in 1760 that the British Empire took power from the archipelago and added a new colony to its list. Two centuries later, the local population revolted, and demanded its independence. After the Second World War, the United Kingdom can not preserve its authority against revolt because it demands too much military and financial means, it folds and the independence of the country will be officially signed on June 6, 1953. The civil war will cost the life of 150,000 citizens.
Today, the archipelago of Brebes has just over 15 million inhabitants, the majority of which are concentrated in Kawayan. The poverty line decreases ant the unemployment rate of 11.2% of the active population. The country's main economy comes from tourism, oil and copper. Have a nice trip!
Kawayan, the largest city and capital of the country. The population reaches 9'000'000 in 2016 and demographers estimate that the city is reaching 10'000'000 inhabitants in about twenty years. The city is contrasted by poor neighborhoods, other neighborhoods rise with large buildings blending British architecture in the modern Asian and Australian era.
There are a multitude of small villages like this spread over the entire archipelago. Most of these villages depend on fishing and agriculture, for some of them tourism operates the local economy.
One of the four airfields in the country. Built in 1940 during the Second World War, it served the British Army for military operations on the islands neighboring archipelago. The aerodrome has been classified as one of the worst in the world by an aeronautical review because of its delicate position between the ocean and the cliffs, the pilots have courage ... There have already happened a few accidents, but never anything serious.
An old colonial house of the British Empire isolated from everything.
In the archipelago still lives some indigenous tribes they live mainly of the fishing. There are about 1,700 natives scattered over several islands.
After the war, the country developed to the detriment of the natives.
One of the few stream in the whole archipelago.
The Hainia Atoll. It takes millions of years for an atoll to form: at first it is a volcano to which coral is formed around it in shallow and warm waters. The volcano collapses until it disappears completely leaving behind only a coral reef in the form of a ring. This process takes several million years.
In 2006, a man was found on an island in the archipelago, surviving for a dozen years before a fisherman's boat noticed an unusual activity on the island. The man had made a huge fire and kept it up for several days before anyone noticed his presence. He says he had a great holiday!
On 04.06.2017 at 6:53 AM, Silur said:
This is very good work. I really like the picture with the airport. I wish you continued success.
Thank you Silur.
On 04.06.2017 at 10:10 AM, Chief ZDN said:
Inspired by this?
Impressive CJ! Thanks.
Thank you. No, I was not inspired by this CJ, although it is very beautiful.
On 04.06.2017 at 11:26 AM, _Michael said:
Really amazing work - I love how you've integrated such variety in your use of MMPs, layering them all up. That second picture is truly stunning.
Anyway, always eager for more from you Akallan!
Thanks Michael, the next update will be in a long time. As soon I will not have much time to dedicate to SC4, and also I want to prepare something huge that will take me a lot of time.
On 04.06.2017 at 11:44 AM, feyss said:
You could make a new season of Koh Lanta in those islands!
Why not! Thank you for the comment!
On 04.06.2017 at 1:23 PM, Talla 2XLC said:
i like how the airfield blends in
Thank you, I enjoyed doing this little aerodrome.
On 04.06.2017 at 2:26 PM, mrbisonm said:
The airfield is good, but the peninsula with the Lighthouse is something else. Damn, that's good *SC4 detailing* ! I wish I could take a hike around this........
I'm glad to hear it, thank you very much.
On 05.06.2017 at 5:41 PM, CdMadero said:
Yes why not.
On 07.06.2017 at 1:57 AM, GoKingsGo said:
2nd picture though. Fantastic work!
The airport is chill too
Thank you GoKingsGo!
On 20.06.2017 at 0:23 AM, tariely said:
VERY good nature pictures, esp. 2 -- well, not so much nature, that one -- agri...:-) & 3.And the last mosaic ! Amazing MMP job.
Thank you very much tariely!