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  1. Version


    I´m pleased to present you my first BAT: This is a Meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon Church), also known as chapel, which is used for regular weekly worship. Meetinghouses are different from LDS Temples. This is the suburban style that can be found in the USA and Canada. MaxisNite and DarkNite night versions included. Each version includes: Two 4x6 landmarks: One with blue roof and beige walls, and another one with brown roof and red walls. Dependencies SHK Parking Pack BSC - VIP girafe bushes BSC - VIP girafe ashes SimFox Day n Nite Modd (For Dark Nite Version only) Any idea, advice or suggestion is welcome in my BAT Thread.
  2. North Coast

    A new vector of commercial jobs and services is in creation, the North coast. This coast is in a conurbation with the city center and the port zone. We will be talking today about the Neighborhood Nossa Senhora da Paz, the first one of the series This new location give the great demand of Commercial and service a new place where the minor investors and other companies that want to run from the monumental expectations of the city center, or just don't want to build gigantic skyscrapers. This part of the city is fully planned, and include things as a hotel complex Or few things for your comfort, like bigger sidewalks, or a bicycle path and beach bars Do you have a faith? Want a little of fun? We have a big church, side to side to a big park. You can even have a picnic after worship. We recommend you to reach our neighborhood by public transport, with the new station of the line 2 called Nossa Senhora da Paz, named after the park and the avenue. Vision of the whole neighborhood:
  3. San Donato

    San Donato Here you have a small town that is close to Torre Canne and San Foca. This village is called San Donato. With this warm climate you get to 42 degrees centigrade there are beautiful beaches with a crystal clear sea. The Church of San Donato of Arezzo The San Donato railway station This village is crossed by the highway A34. You can see the railway network and the high speed. A small industrial area and the beach. A34 highway with A35. Campaign and highway junction Farms To conclude a beautiful olive cultivation COMMENT REPLIES: Torre Canne Marina @GoKingsGo:Torre Canne is a very coveted tourist destination. @JP Schriefer:Thank you very much @Toby Ferrian:I was experimenting with the effects to find the right effect. In effects in some photos the effects are exaggerated. @schokoladeneis 1:I was experimenting with the effects on the pictures @feyss:Too colorful @BLANKBLANK:I was experimenting with the effects. Anyway thanks for the comment. @kschmidt:Thanks for the comment. Even if you do not see in the shots there is a tunnel that connects the industrial area with the city @Takingyouther:Thanks for the comment.
  4. Show us your religious buildings.

    Show us all your churches,temples,synagogues,shrines,mosques, and other religious buildings where your citizens go to pray. Here are some from my city journal. These are supposed to be in the future. Also if any of you know links to good religious buildings please post them.
  5. Version 1.0.0


    Old North Church, Boston, by Mattb325. --------------------------------------- Built in 1723, this is the oldest church in Boston and is famous for having been the church from which Paul Revere received his illuminated signals ("one if by land, and two if by sea") prior to his midnight ride to warn Lexington and Concord during the American Revolution. The church is a national historic landmark and a mission of the Episcopalians. This building is modded as a non-conditional House of Worship reward (meaning it can be placed in your city at any time without having met prior conditions). It does not over-write the Maxis House of Worship rewards and can safely be used in conjunction with these (or any relotted version thereof). Placing this Reward provides R§§ CAP relief, has a park effect, boosts the mayor rating and also provides up to 17 highly desirable civic jobs. It is on a 3x3 lot. --------------------------------------- STATS: Lot size : 3x3 Plop Cost: §0 Occupant Groups: Reward; House of Worship Wealth: Medium Wealth Demand Created: Jobs§: 3; Jobs§§: 9; Jobs§§§: 5 Demand Satisfied: R§§ 5,000 Park Effect: +90 over 33 tiles Mayor Rating: +7 over 110 tiles Pollution: Air 1 over 2 tiles, Water 1 over 3 tiles, Garbage 12 over 0 tiles Power consumed: 21 MwH Water consumed: 16 Gallons/Month Bulldoze Cost: §7,200 Monthly Cost: §0 --------------------------------------- NOTE ABOUT DARK NITE vs MAXIS NITE: This download contains TWO file types in two seperate folders; one for dark nite users (and other night-time darkening mods, such as Gizmos night-mod) and one for the standard Maxis nite. You must choose only one file - depending on which version you use. If you are unsure whether you have a night-darkening mod installed, then choose the Maxis night version. If you use the dark nite version, you will need a dark nite mod. --------------------------------------- DEPENDENCIES: To ensure proper functionality, please ensure the following files are in your plugins: *BSC MEGA Props - Mattb325Vol02.dat http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=2383 *BSC Texture Pack - CPVol01.dat http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=101 *BSC Mega Props - CP Vol02.dat http://sc4devotion.com/csxlex/lex_filedesc.php?lotGET=2790 --------------------------------------- To install, simply unzip the contents of this file into your plugins folder.
  6. Episode 8

  7. Eglise Sorbonne 3

    From the album Krisman's Album

    © Krisman

  8. Eglise Sorbonne 2

    From the album Krisman's Album

    © Krisman

  9. Eglise Sorbonne

    From the album Krisman's Album

    © Krisman

  10. Version 1.0.0


    Gelati monastery is a medieval monastic complex near Kutaisi, in the Imereti region of western Georgia (Caucasus). A masterpiece of the Georgian Golden Age, Gelati was founded in 1106 by King David IV of Georgia and is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Historically, Gelati was one of the main cultural and intellectual centers in Georgia. The Gelati Monastery has preserved a great number of murals and manuscripts dating back to the 12th to 17th centuries. Dependencies: BSC Textures Vol 03 BSC Mega Props - CP Vol02
  11. St.Michel church Hamburg

    Version 1.0.0


    This is the famous St.Michel church from Hamburg Germany. Model sourced from the 3D Warehouse, created by www.white-paper-media.de.
  12. Version 1.0.1


    This is the Bonifatiuskerk from Leeuwarden. Lot isn't perfect maybe i will improve it in the future. Model sourced from the 3D Warehouse, created by Jan Hendrik Fennema.
  13. Version 1.0.0


    The Cathedral-Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar (Spanish: Catedral-Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar) is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Zaragoza, Spain. The Basilica venerates Blessed Virgin Mary, under her title Our Lady of the Pillar, praised as Mother of the Hispanic Peoples by Pope John Paul II. It is reputed to be the first church dedicated to Mary in history. Local traditions take the history of this basilica to the dawn of Christianity in Spain attributing to apparition to Saint James the Great the Apostle (Tradition holds that on 2 January 40 AD, while he was deep in prayer by the banks of the Ebro river at the roman city of Caesaraugusta, She appeared to him and gave a column of jasper and instructed him to build a church in her honor) who is believed by tradition to have brought Christianity to the country. This is the only reported apparition of Mary to have occurred before her believed Assumption. The temple was built between the 1st century AD (first roman temple) and 1961 (north tower completion), passing by many architectonic styles and several enlargements. ------------ NO DEPENDENCIES Enjoy it!
  14. Version 1.0.0


    Copy the files into your Plugins folder. You may use subfolders to organize. The building comes as an eye-candy LM lot, 3x6, plop cost is only $ 4096 (the rest will be paid by wealthy donators). NO DEPENDENCIES! This catholic church of St. Wenceslas (Václav) was built in a rapidly developing quarter of Prague - Vršovice in 1930, to commemorate thousand years since the martyrdom of the Saint patron of Bohemia. It was designed by one of our greatest modernist architects Josef Gočár. He made it simple, elegant and effectively used the slope for gradating the building's mass and lighting the interior through several skylights. The inscription in Czech could be translated as: "Saint Wenceslas, don't let us perish, nor the coming" I tried to be accurate, anyway I made some alterations due to SimCity's hostility towards buildings in slope. The stairs and terraces leading to rear entrances are purely my imagination. The colour of the facade is darker than nowadays, it should be more similar to the original one. I use the 4/3 scale (plus 4/3 to the height). It looks best with the european w2w environment and I'll be using it for all my future BATs. This is my very first BAT, ver. 1.0. I might add Night lighting and some higher-quality lotting later (you can help if you know how to), check Simtropolis.com for updates. I'll be glad for any tips... and of course pictures of your own use of this church! P.S.: Thanks to all who inspired me to start BATting, namely JasonCW, Motokloss, Ferox, Mattb325, T Wrecks, the SFBT team and many others! I love your work. Standa K.
  15. Oude Stad Zentrum, the Old Town Centre

    The first entry in our Pieterdam city journal introduced you to the area around the Oudekade, the Old Quays. We finished with a visit to the imposing Sintpieterskathedraal (below). But there's much more to the historic Old Town! Like many Dutch cities, Pieterdam is built on a series of islands, some artificial and some man-made, divided by a series of canals. This network of tree-lined canals makes up the picturesque Old Town (Oude Stad). The picture below shows the whole of the Oude Stad, stretching back from the quayside we visited last time. Notice the City Hall, Cathedral and famous Pieterbrugge all in the foreground: As you can see, the Oude Stad occupies several square kilometers. It is framed by the river Vos to the South (the left of the picture), the Oudekade or Old Quays to the East (the foreground in this picture), and to the North the wide Centraalgracht (Central Canal, to the right in the picture), which even today forms an important thoroughfare for water-buses. You can see one here in the foreground! The Old Town is split across several islands, each with their own unique character. First of all let's visit the Stad Zentrum, the proper Town Center. This is the area immediately behind the Oudekade, the district where we find City Hall, the Cathederal and the rest... The Stad Zentrum is characterised by a blend of traditional Dutch architecture, and more contemporary buildings including high-rise housing and office buildings. Traditional canal-side properties are much sought-after, so for the most part the more contemporary developments are restricted to the interior of the two islands which make up the Oude Stad Zentrum. Here is a row of classic Dutch town-houses, which line the side of the Centraalgracht (Central Canal): You can also get a feel for the typical Dutch weather, which is mild and wet the whole year round! As well as hosting the City Hall and Cathedral, the Oude Stad Zentrum houses a museum of International importance: the West Hollandmuseum. Similar to the famous Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, the West Hollandmuseum was built by the same architect (Pierre Cuypers) in 1889. The intricate Neo-renaissance architectural details are truly stunning, and can only be truly appreciated up close: The West Hollandmuseum is a credit to the city, attracting thousands of tourists every year and serving as a thriving cultural hub day and night: Moving on from the Oude Stad Zentrum, we come to the 'other half' of Old Pieterdam: The Haartje, or 'little heart' - so called for the tiny but historically important Kerk van het Heilige Hart, the Church of the Sacred Heart... If the grand Sintpieterskathedraal (Saint Peter's Cathedral) is the centre of Catholic life in the city, the Kerk van het Heilige Hart - affectionately known simply as the Haartje - is the centre of Pieterdam's Protestant life. The church lends its name to the canal which it sits beside, and in turn, to the two islands (Nordhaartje and Zuidhaartje) on the North and South sides of the canal. These two islands have a slightly different character. The Zuidhaartje is famous for its enclosed, leafy courtyards and green spaces, with private and communal gardens sitting amongst the grid-like city blocks: Meanwhile the Nordhaartje is more modern and densely built, lacking these informal green spaces. Partly this is a result of post-war planning decisions, which involved building a large highway - the Haartjeweg - straight through the middle of the Nordhaartje: The image above nicely illustrates the difference between the quiet, leafy Zuidhaartje (to the left) and the modern, more densely populated Nordhaartje. Yet both districts 'thin out' as they approach the edge of the wide Pieterdamgraacht, which separates the far end of the city from the surrounding countryside: Now we've taken in the Oude Stad Zentrum, and the two sides of the Haartje, there's just one more part of the Old Town to visit - yet it's a bit of a contradiction, because very little of it dates back more than fifty years or so. This is Rivieroever, the Riverside: This long-shot gives a good sense of the Rivieroever and why it wasn't developed until recently. It is geographically isolated to the South-West of the city and as its name suggests, it lines the riverside. Without intensive water management, this area is liable to flooding. You can see to the top of the image, blocks of traditional canal-side buildings which were built along the Flaamsegracht (Flemish Canal) in the 18th-19th centuries. These are on higher ground; the rest of the area was not developed until after World War Two. And yet it was always inevitable that the Rivieroever would be developed some day - the Haartjeweg cuts right through it linking the rest of the Old Town with the docklands and the mainline railway station, both of which sit far from the city on the South side of the river. The image above highlights the kind of low-cost, low-rise housing which has spread across the Rivieroever since the second half of the 20th century. You can also make out the Vosweg, a link-road completed only in the 1990's which connect the Haartjeweg bridge with the city's Central Business District, allowing traffic to bypass the busy Old Town. Though most housing in Riveieroever is low-rise and often self-built, there are some high-rise developments on the riverfront proper, which significantly raise the population density of the district. At the same time as the Vosweg bypass was being contemplated, it was also decided to bring an extension of the tramline B to connect the district directly to the Central Business District. With all this talk of the Central Business District, our next journal installment will take us to that area of the city, and the surrounding Oosterpolder. To sign off with, here is an aerial shot of the whole Oude Stad Zentrum which we have visited today. To the right is the Oudekade Old Quays, where we began; the middle and top-middle islands are the Stad Zentrum, the Town Center proper; to the top left is the Nordhaartje with the Haartjeweg running down through it, and the Zuidhaartje below that, on the mid-left. Stretching across the very bottom of the picture is the Rivieroever, with its widely-spaced modern housing in sharp contrast to the other island districts. And all that dense development on the far right of the image, beyond the Oudekade - that is the Central Business District, which we shall visit next time. Dank je Wel!
  16. Entry no.31 - Orchard Heights

    For this update we head back to Orchard Heights first seen in entry 25. Back then I only showed closeups and focused on the hydro corridor and the residential area surrounding it. But in recent years this neighborhood has developed a small commercial downtown owning largely to the governments policy of intensifying density near Fastraxx commuter train stations. The area now accounts for a little under 20% (5500 of 29,000) of Dresden's commercial jobs while12,600 live in the area. The Orchard Heights train station is on the south side of the neighborhood while the Web Interchange, originally seen in entry 26, is just to the south west. This was an entry that I was going to post on Tuesday but then I had to use system restore after my computer crashed which wipe out all the images I original took of the area. So I had to start from scratch again. In any case, hope you like it! Overview of Orchard Heights with the major thoroughfares. First let's take a look at the neighborhood's points of access, major employers and notable places of culture & recreation. The primary means of reaching Orchard Heights is of course via The Web interchange and the train station. The Orchard Heights train station is a stop on the Fastraxx line. As noted in the Fastraxx E2, this line has all-day train service(think RER type of service). The stop is used by 1,061 commuters daily and has a surface parking lot with 255 spaces. Because of it's proximity to Orchard Heights mini downtown(even the farthest offices are only about 500m away) most commuters walk to and from the station. If we go southward on Middleton Rd. from here we arrive to the neighborhood of Valhalla Park which begins on the other side of the rail underpass. This rail line is ICR's Lakeridge subdivision, one of two lines that carries freight traffic to points further south of Pretoria. The single track line is the ICR Sumira Spur which connects to the GWR's rail network allowing the two companies to interchange rail traffic. The first major office building is across the street from the train station. The SimCityPolska building is located on the north east corner of Michigan Rd. & Middleton Rd. SimCityPolska is a compute game development company that employs 150 people. Their offices are located on the top two floors of the building while the remaining floors are leased to other companies.Employees working here can conveniently take the train in, walk across the street and be at work. That hasn't stopped them from building a moderately sized above ground parking garage with 175 spaces on the east side of the building. I suppose you can't expect everyone to take transit. A total of 558 people work in the building. On & off ramps to the 700 are just to the west of here. The fisherman's Bar and a gas station are located on the side side of Michigan Rd. Orchard Height's largest employer is the TMB, short for the "The Major Bank". They have a branch office located on the corner of Middleton Rd and Ruiko Dr. just to the north of the 700. Nearly 800 people work here. TMB Plaza is the tallest building in Orchard Heights at 78m/255ft. All other buildings in the area are under 200ft(except for the Holy Trinity's steeple). Though this still only makes it Dresden's 23rd tallest. There was some concern about it's height and density as local residents feared that it set a new precedent for buildings in the area. But the new city council has so far rejected all application for taller buildings in Orchard Heights. On the east side of the intersection is Dresden's second largest hotel(behind only the 200-room Hotel Mercure in downtown Dresden), the 132 room Shangri-la Hotel Dresden. The access ramp to a large 600 space underground parking lot for both buildings is just east of the hotel. Turning left(west) on Ruiko Dr. are a couple more on/off ramps to the 700 past them there is a farmers market and a discount department store. Further west down Grenadier Rd. where it transitions to Portlands Rd. on the other side of the Web interchange is Enders Mall. While technically outside of Orchard Heights, it's actually in the area known as Industrial sector G, the mall is frequented by residents from Orchard Heights. Despite being less than half a km away though, most people drive to the mall since the surrounding roads are are not very pedestrian friendly. Enders Mall is one of Pretoria's oldest and smallest and has seen better days. Currently nearly half of the 2-story mall's 180 stalls sit empty while the remaining stalls house mostly discount retail shops. The mall is not in the most attractive location and has not been maintained very well. It hasn't been refurbished even once in its 40-year history. The mall's owners have not shown any interest in renovating the mall but have expressed some interest in selling the property. Several industrial companies have expressed interest but the city has steadfastly refused so far to rezoned the land. Which would be necessary before any industrial facility can be built on the site(currently zoned for commercial use only). Parking for 300 vehicles is provided behind that mall and another 100 spots are available across Station Rd. Now let's backtrack down Grenadier Rd. all the way back to Middleton Rd.(and the nicer part of town ) Between Ruiko Drive and Grenadier Rd. we come across the Holy Trinity Church. Built in 1956, the church predates nearly all of the other buildings in the area by several decades. The head office of an insurance firm called GE Money is located on the north side of Grenadier Rd. GE money is Orchard Height's second largest employer with 715 workers. The other two corners of this intersection are occupied by a luxury auto dealership and a branch office for a major cell phone manufacturer. Further north is Dunstin Park. The park has an indoor & outdoor swimming pool, two softball fields(children sized) & three soccer fields underneath the Hardack hydro corridor. One of the larger of Dresden's water towers is located here as well, with a capacity of 1.8 million liters. Reversing back down Grenadier Road, east of the Holy Trinity Church we come across an area with several smaller office buildings. Dresden's modern city hall is located here as well. It's the beige & white brick building with the green lawn on the upper right corner of the Grenadier Rd. & Ruiko Dr. intersection. Grenadier Rd. then passes underneath the 700 Meets up with Michigan Rd. And And finally runs underneath both rail lines before leaving Orchard Heights. That more or less covers all the notable places of interest in the Orchard Heights neighborhood. Now it's time to Cue the mosaics Wide angles Dresden GS looms large over the area. Long shots View of Michigan Rd. & the rail lines from the train station to the Grenadier Rd. underpass. View of Middleton Rd. just north of Grenadier Rd. to the "Curveball" Interchange. View of the core from The Web to the Grenadier Rd. underpass. From the curveball to the Web. (Middleton Rd. to the left of the 700, Michigan Rd tn the right) Another angle of the above area. And lastly, from Cisco Bay to the train station... ...and back.
  17. #1 Part 1: The St Andrews church. Patron saint of Kings Town. Saint Andrews is the protector of cultivators and shepherds. Kings town raised an exquisite church which blends the very concepts of an early ecclesiastical basilica with Gothic architectural references. Red bricks used to match both the town hall's and courthouse's style. It is located 2 blocks from the city center easily accessible on foot or bus-line 1 (red line - Central Train Station- Town Hall). According to the folk-lore, Saint Andrews is the christian incarnation of god Dionysus. However, the Olympian Christianity of Agrophilia accepts both the saint and the lesser deity. I plopped cars on parking space. (only Hyundai tucson and sonata are available). #2 #3 #4 #5 Part 2: The Municipal Cemetery. The Municipal Cemetery serves the community as the last citizens' resting place. There is an annual celebration called ''anthestiria'' or flower festival. According to the folk-lore, The dead are like the god Adonis. Citizens flower the tombs, marching through the towns' roads and throwing flower petals on streets.After that they assembly again to the cemetery's church and pray for the resurrection of the dead just like the lesser god. Adonis resurrected every spring, bringing back life and joy to the nature. The Olympian Christian church commemorate the god Adonis as prophet of Jesus-Christ. [ I beautified the surrounding area and added some gardens (pappeln trees etc)]. #6 Part 3: The Shore. ''Natural beauty''. The Shoreline of Kings Town is a thesaurus of relaxation and tranquility. Citizens walk by the river, go for picnic or admire the stunning view. The Shoreline is also a popular tourist destination. It is rumored that the poem ''Oh Titan Gaia'' has been written by the shore from the unknown national poet. Therefore, writers, poets and artists are visiting the place asking from Muses to inspire them.#7 #8 I also added wheelie bins outside the terraced houses (20% completed). #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 #14 #15 #16 #17 #18 #19 I hope you like my entry ! More interesting entries to come! Join the Journey! See you in Agrophilia !! #20
  18. Everything Has an End, and a Rebirth.

    Bedfordale is now a sleeping giant, there are no more plans for expansions for the next few decades. From a small humble town, to a large and respected city, it's grown with us. "Bedfordale, the humble town" has grown into "The Many Cities of Boomooderie", we have our own station being built in Jerseyville currently. We'll be having some special guests on from time to time, we're working on getting Karl Pilkington but that's not important. What is important is that we thank you all. And that we keep going. To new places, to new sights, to new people. This is Bedfordale, population 80,000. Oh, and by the by, everyone's least favorite group was dismantled. It's like it never existed. Toodles!
  19. Suburbs South the Big City

    DISCLAIMER: Most of this stuff (growables especially) is Maxis. Please suggest to me any bats or lots and anything of the sort. If you have a question about a building I use, please ask in the comments. Constructive criticism appreciated. Welcome to Bedfordale! A currently small suburb ready to burst into glory. Built off the East highway Route 39, it's a suburb to increase diversity and style living-wise in Boomooderie. It is south of the Industrial West Moormbool and the Coastal East Moormbool. The full view of the entire neighborhood, surrounded by oak trees covering the deer and other wildlife.Here we have Bedfordale's A-grade school, Benjamin F. Elementary School. It has a parking lot for teachers and parents who prefer to drive their kids to school, accompanied by a driveway for schoolbuses to stop in. A soccer field clips onto the school for sport games and outdoor gym class. Next we have Saint John's Christian Church, which attracts the attention of West and East Moormbool's Christian populations. It's held thirty wedding within it's twenty years of being open. The attendance is a hundred people a week whom come to pray. Last, but not least, is the commercial district. At the top is a supermarket which has been closed due to interior renovations and allegations of pests near the food bar. Right next to it however, is the bus depot which even houses school buses, it has a high usage of a hundred people per day, which is a lot for this mini-town. The district in it's entirety holds a large percent of Bedfordale's workforce, and the other citizens take the route to West Moormbool's offices and industrial districts. That concludes this pilot view of Bedfordale, see you next time.
  20. Morthley Commons

    The Morthley Commons community in Alysforth looking south on Dennishale St. ( It's been some time but I decided to pop back up with something for everyone to show I'm still around and I've still been watching! I've gotten into law school and will be starting in August and paired along with that I got my Bachelors. So that explains my extremely bout of absence. It's been great to share my work here. Hopefully time allowing I can upload more stuff as time goes along. Until then, Peace.)

    © IFW2015

  21. Religious hub

    From the album Mogisrej From Above

  22. Kostoly na Gemeri



    Hello again, for now I create this set, it consists of 6 rural churches and 2 synagogues. These churches are mostly located in historic region Gemer in southern Slovakia. All BATs are landmarks. This pack consists of: 3 small rural churches and 1 small synagogue: cost 15000€, size 1x2: Catholic church in Ozdany (18. century), Catholic church in Jesenske (18. century), Reformed church in Tornala (15. century), Synagogue of Malacky ( end of 19.century) 3 medium smalltown churches and 1 medium synagogue: cost 30000€, size 2x3: Catholic church in Rimavska Sobota (18. century) Reformed church in Rimavska Sobota (18. century) Clarissed church in Bratislava (end of 13. century) Synagogue of Trnava ( end of 19. centrury) Dependency: BSC Textures Vol 03 If you have any advices or problems, write them. I create this set because I really miss our churches from central and eastern Europe, on this website are mostly western EU or US, and my synagoues are the first in SC4 what is little bit shame after all these years. More informations about reformed church in slovakia in wikipedia or slovak jews before ww2 in wikipedia.
  23. Version


    Hello, I present you my little set. This set consists of few parts. Theme of this set is again historic and from Central/ Eastern Europe. Architecture is typical for former the Kingdom of Hungaria. Nowdays, there are countries like Croatia (without Dalmatia), Serbia (North part), Transylvania (Nowdays part of Romania) and of course Slovakia and Hungaria, a similar if not identical in Czech republic (Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia), Galicia (part of Poland) and maybe Austria and western Ukraine. This set consists of: 10 small w2w townhouses, size: 1x2, lived RES $ 22 and landmarks, Inspire in real houses from towns Rimavska Sobota and Rožnava (Gemer) 4 little early medieval churches, size 1x1, they are landmarks and cost 5000 euros, Inspired by real churches (such as rotunda of Skalica, Kopčany and Nitra), these churches are oldest in Slovakia (9. centures to 11. century). System of townwall and tower, it consists of several walls with towers, unfortunately this townwall doesn't consists of Puzzle piecies, inspire in real townwall of towns Bardejov and Trnava. And of course Caste Every town in Slovakia needs own castle, My castly is generic Slovak/ Hungarian castle on the rock, inspire in real (unfortunately) ruins of castles Stará Lubovňa and Spišský Hrad. Dependencies: PEG MTP SUPER PACK (I hope it is only dependency, if you have any problems please write them, I hope you like this set)
  24. John Wesley United Church

    Version v.1


    Description John Wesley United Church is a church located on John St. with Albert St., city of Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada. This BAT is part of Project SSM. Informations Landmark SD and HD Lot Size: 1x2 Plop Cost: $20,000 The lot was made with custom lods around the building, it means you can edit it in Lot Editor if you want for yourself. Installation Unzip the files from the .zip to your Plugins folder. There are 4 .zip files in the download area. Be aware! There are HD versions. The HD versions make the BAT definition be good in zoom 6. HD-DN - John Wesley United Church - this file is the HD Landmark version for those using SimFox Day and Nite Modd. HD-MN - John Wesley United Church - this file is the HD Landmark version for those who do not use SimFox Day and Nite Modd. SD-DN - John Wesley United Church - this file is the SD Landmark version for those using SimFox Day and Nite Modd. SD-MN - John Wesley United Church - this file is the SD Landmark version for those who do not use SimFox Day and Nite Modd. Dependencies SimFox Day and Nite modd (for those using it). Too see more projects I'm working on, visit http://community.simtropolis.com/topic/61046-schriefer-bats/
  25. Cheat: Worship (Single Player Only)

    Version 1.0


    I wanted to remove garbage production from houses of worship. Affects church, mosque, temple, new temple. Reduced garbage, required workers reduced from 2 to 1, worshiper count increased from 200 to 500. No other changes. ** Replop existing houses of worship. -- Does not affect any other cultural items (landmarks, etc.). -- Does not increase number of ploppable houses of worship (default left alone at 4). Houses of worship already had no associated maintenance or plop cost. Install in SimCity\SimCityUserData\Packages. * I turned off my garbage dump and walked away from my city for an hour and let it run at full speed, and the churches eventually produced garbage. I'll see what else will need to be done. * The increased worshiper count and required worker count is fine.

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