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 Knowledge about the past informs the future.
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Timeline of the city's tallest buildings.
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A Moment with a Monument
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The Joy of Juxtaposition
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Saturnia's Grand Finale - Part 1
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Glenvale to Repeal Highrise Ban!
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Warehousing, Trucks and Shipped Goods Galore!
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After Dark Update! Maps and More!
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In The Still Of The Night
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Anedau. A mesmerizing city, full of hope, dreams and the progression of humanity. Despite the cataclysmic demise of global civilization, pockets of human existence remain on the planet.
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Jazz and Blues on Glenvale's Campaign Trails
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New University Campus Opens in Meadowfair.
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Up We Go On The Skyline
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Freeways, Railways, It's all laid out here!
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The Dresden GS(Generating Station) is a major coal-fired power plant owned and operated by the PRPA(Pretoria Regional Power Authority) a publicly owned electrical utility company which owns and operates a total of 11 power plants in and around the Pretoria Metropolitan Area.
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Sears Grand on the STEX.
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Building Mikenstein - Smoke, Animals and Trees.
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The parks and shops of Mikenstein.
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Glenvale Caught Underwater!
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Welcome to Rockville, Viehie. A railroad city and regional capital, this beautiful city is the heart of the nation.
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 Entry 6: Going vertical
Well as you've probably guessed today were going to revisit the city of Sinato and its surrounds after its a seen a large amount of recent vertical growth.
9/9/1941 - In this picture we see several low-medium wealth buildings in the historical area of Peski, east of Suvorovskiy Prospekt. The name of "Peski", meaning "Sands", describes the nature of the soil.
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After a good month's absence, Glenvale is back. Today we are going to tour some of the city's more suburban areas.
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As we saw last entry, Old Town has a large Bus Station. But New Town has a larger complex.
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Part 5: Parks and Sewage
Well as you can probably guess from the title this entry is going to partly be about fixing the issue that we ran into last time and fast.