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  1. Arquennes - Old City (2)

    Hello everyone! Today, we're going to continue our tour of Arquennes' old city Let's go! 24. ARQUENNES - OLD CITY (2) 1. We begin directly with the city's most famous landmarks, St. Etienne Cathedral and the episcopal palace. They were the symbols during centuries of the city's ecclesiastical power. Now, they attract many tourists. The cathedral's tower can be seen from many kilometers around. 2. On the right, the simply named Arquennes Museum, it was built in 1923 to show the many pieces of art that the Episcopal Principality had gathered during centuries. Not far from it, people love wandering next to Cardinal Ladeuze fountain. 3. The city is not flat of course! On the Right, St. Jacques' Gate, from the city's first wall. 4. People really appreciate pedestrian areas! 5. The last picture features several things that I've tried to implement in this city: More roundabouts to make it as much European as possible More curves to give the city a more natural look More green areas. FrankU's parks are awesome for that purpose! I can't stop using them. More empty walls. Cities IRL aren't perfect, so I don't think I should cover every walls, especially when the BAT maker added awesome textures on it! 6. 7. Rue du Rempart ('Wall street'), a pedestrian street with many restaurants. 8. The train station. As you can see, the building is a bit outdated. Fortunately, its renovation was decided by the national train company. 9. 10. 11. The Old Market, an institution in Arquennes, and the Memorial 39-45. 12. 13. 14. One small mosaic. 15. 3 Bigger views 16. 17. I hope you liked it! See you soon - REPLIES - @_Michael Thanks a lot my friend! @kschmidt Thank you too! @The British Sausage Your enthusiastic comment: 10/10. Thank you! @SC4L0ver Thank you too! @younghappy Thank you! That was my objective, great to see it worked! @Scirius: I can't tag you, that's incredible... I've been using some of your houses for a while now, they really fit everywhere! Thanks a lot for the comment! @Urban Constanta Thank you very much! @TekindusT Thanks a lot! @nRVOUS It's my own personalised sidewalk. I didn't release it officially, but you can find it here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ff9ua5vic3sws6h/textures perso.dat?dl=0
  2. Arquennes - Old City (1)

    I feel like an archaeologist everytime I post in my CJ Hi everyone! It's time for the next update! Today we're going to start our tour of the old city of Arquennes 23. ARQUENNES - OLD CITY (1) 1. Let's begin our tour at the City Hall. It was built outside the city walls at the end of the 18th century when the Church lost its grip on the city. On the other side of the street, you can see the St. Remacle Church, the oldest in the city, like the streets around it. 2. Real estate developers love that part of the city! 3. Not far from it, St. Jean Church and St. Georges' Gate, the only remaining gate of the city's second wall. 4. St. Jean Church is located next to one of the busiest intersection in the city. The city's location on a hill and its small streets have made mobility a huge problem for public authorities... 5. There is always a hidden park to take a walk in Arquennes. 6. 7. Here, the city wall was replaced with trees. 8. That part of the city is heavely and densely urbanised. The municipality has been trying for the last decade to make the city more citizen-friendly by transforming some busy streets into pedestrian areas. Those now attract more and more people. 9. 10. In case some citizens find that it is not enough, greener areas aren't far either. 11. The simply named 'Parc du Centre' (Centre's Park). 12. Football time 13. Two more general views. 14. I hope you liked it. Next update will show the other half of the city centre. Stay tuned - REPLIES - @The British Sausage Thanks mate! @_Michael Thanks a lot! @Sciurus: Thank you too! Sorry, impossible to tag you :/ @will62russ Thank you too! @JP Schriefer Thanks
  3. Victoria Hotel, Amsterdam

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    LM Updated version of the Victoria Hotel.
  4. Snellenlaan 108, Utrecht

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    LM I'm sorry for my long absence. Anyway, here is a romantic corner building from the city of Utrecht. I did make some adjustments to the roof and I made the building taller.
  5. Wilsonova 3, Prague

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    LM A building of the continental variety.
  6. Leliegracht 25, Amsterdam

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    LM A classy canal house from Amsterdam.
  7. Spoorlaan 386, Tilburg

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    LM Sexy building.
  8. Grote Markt 6, Sint-Niklaas

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    LM Flemish architecture at its best.
  9. Cinecitta, Tilburg

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    LM An old movie theater from Tilburg, where they play a lot of pretentious films.
  10. Tuinstraat 72-74, Tilburg

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    LM Insert compliments below yes
  12. Arquennes - Introduction

    Hi everyone! It seems that almost a year has passed since the last update. As usual, I've been losing interest for the game then came back to it and started working on different projects without finishing them. And you all know that I'm quite slow... The play time counter from Steam is for instance quite depressing for me to see It's time for me to introduce Arquennes, the city that will interest us in the next updates. The idea, as you may have seen, was to create some kind of regional middle town located on its hill next to the canal and trying to make it as organic as possible. 22. ARQUENNES - INTRODUCTION 1. Episcopal city means churches... 2. 'La ferme du Bailli', a specific update will be dedicated to that place 3. Feluy, one of the 5 other villages that are part of Arquennes municipality. Same, a specific update for that one 4. Arquennes itself, its cathedral and episcopal palace I hope you liked those pictures. The next ones are coming soon - REPLIES - @JP Schriefer Thank you very much! @The British Sausage Thanks mate! @_Michael Yeah I know, they are never there when you need them Thank you! @ulisse Thank you too! The citizens will welcome you with open arms! @Takingyouthere Indeed, even if I try to keep some growed building. Thank you! @MissVanleider I think it's quite faisible for Arinsia government. Thank you! @Prophet42 It's part of Callagrafx's canals. Nothing more. Thank you. @juliok92012 Thank you! @sejr99999 Thank you! It would be great indeed! @sunda Gracias! @kschmidt Thank you! There are indeed several 'Venice of the North'. @simlacroix You're welcome! @tonyr Thank you too!
  13. Money and Circuses

    First: for soccer clubs in europe there is a basic rule, simplyfied saying: they can't spent more money on new players as they earned in the current season. Maximum deficit is 5 mio Euro. Second: FC Barcelona settled a transfer fee of 222 mio Euros for their brazilian player Neymar in the strong believe no one can ever afford this. With some tricks, Paris Saint Germain pays the 222 mio euros for this player. Now FC Barcelona has 222 mio euros to spend, two weeks before in most european countries new season will start and transfer period ends. Now every club in europe is in fear of a sold out of their players, of a carousel where the smaller clubs will loose. So this money - put into the market - will make the difference between top clubs and average clubs bigger. But sports is about competition. Even when betting on sports, it's about competition. But if money kills all the competition - where is the sense of having sports events?
  14. London.sc3

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    London in SimCity 3000. Inlcuding City of Westminister, Trafalger Square, City of London, Canary Wharf, Hyde Park and much more. Population: 1.919.671 Created by SimCityHawk
  15. Stockholm.sc3

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    The capital of Sweden, Stockholm, in SimCity 3000. Population: 918.921 Created by SimCityHawk
  16. Rotterdam & The Hague.sc3

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    Rotterdam & The Hague in SimCity 3000. Rotterdam with Europe's largest port and The Hague with its govermental institutions. Surroundings consists of classic dutch arable land with canals and wind mills. Population: 738.470 Created by SimCityHawk
  17. Reykjavik.sc3

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    Reykjavik - the capital of Iceland in SimCity 3000. Population: 230.682
  18. Copenhagen.sc3

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    Wonderful Copenhagen! The capital of Denmark in SimCity 3000. Population: 906.113 Created by SimCityHawk
  19. Český Krumlov

    Today we take a tour through one of Europe's most charming cities - Český Krumlov, located in the Bohemia region of the Czech Republic. We begin in Svornosti Square - the town square located in the heart of the city. Its been here since medieval times - and today its lined by a number of old shops and antique stores. The Český Krumlov State Castle is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. Built on top of a steep cliff on the banks of the Vlatva River, the views from here are great - especially during sunsets. Its one of the most marvelous sights in the entire region - built back in the 13th century, today it houses a museum with exhibitions running frequently. Nighttime is often quiet here - making it a good time to get away from the crowds. The Virgin Mary statue located in the middle of the old square is one of the best sights at night - its hard to miss. Christmas markets are a time tested tradition in central European towns and cities - and the one hosted yearly in the town square is quite the popular attraction. With its towering Christmas tree, countless stalls, and falling snow - it truly makes for a magical atmosphere. The Vlatva River snakes and loops around the city, adding to the charm of the old town. Restaurants and shops are located along its banks, making for a picturesque experience - especially during the colors of fall. One of the most amazing times to visit Český Krumlov is during autumn - the fall foliage, crisp weather, and smaller crowds all make it a perfect time to visit the city. The atmosphere coupled with the historic buildings of the old town makes it a fairytale experience! Don't forget to comment, like, and follow True Earth if you haven't already! -korver --- Replies for "Patagonia"
  20. To the North to be specific. We have mass transit and culture. We have old buildings, and we have alot of rails. This city journal will focus on function, infrastructure, public spaces and mass transit. Not the DLC, but real functional mass transit, Scandinavian/Northern european style. I will guide you through the larger urban area after the jet lag has let off. Welcome. A bit before landing, in the background you see Morstad, where we will spend most of our first tours. Older part of the urban area, Gamla Stan (Old Town). Can you spot the rail station? Hint: Walk down the road.

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