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  1. Hello ST community, I will use this topic to show my upcoming, work in progress and finished mods for Cities: Skylines. Some may know, some may not - I make soviet style buildings and car models. Here is some showcase of my already made mods: Link to steam collection of my residential soviet buildings. Series 1-464LI Vehicle mods: Link to steam collection of my passenger cars mods Link to my steam collection of heavy land vehicles (buses, trucks) Here is link to my planned cars list in Google spreadsheet format Making of next car is currently not started yet. I will announce later what car it will be (French hatchback). At the moment I make my 5 story soviet buildings (1-464LI) RICO compatible, it will feature left, middle and right (placement) sections. And last, I want to hear your opinions about car models triangle counts. ~2500 was chosen because of adding these cars to another city-builder game too. Choose acceptable triangle count for you. Multiple choice is allowed if e.g. acceptable is 500-3000
  2. "- Am I at Smolny? - Yes, this is Smolny" - Lieutenant Sukhomlin interrogates a guard, not being able to recognize any building in the area due to street defences and camouflage 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. The streets are full of wooden boards protecting shop windows, and everywhere there are Soviet posters attempting to rise the morale of the citizens. Two buildings have been destroyed during the last barrage, one north of 5-ya Sovetskaya Ulitsa and the other south of 4-ya Sovetskaya Ulitsa. An example of Soviet propaganda; it reads "destroy the German monster". Nevsky Prospekt showing wooden boards on every store window. 9/9/1841 - A hundred years before the first picture was taken, the Church of the Nativity was the centerpiece of Peski. Sadly, Soviet authorities ordered its destruction in 1937 and today only the name of the square remembers its location. Horizontal streets in this historical area were numbered 1 to 9 Nativity Street, but they were re-baptised as 1-9 Sovetskaya Ulitsa (Soviet Street). Disclaimer: This CJ includes original photos taken during the siege. To my knowledge none of them is protected by copyright, but if I were wrong I'm happy to delete any picture that infringes the law. ----------------------------------[AUTHOR'S COMMENT]---------------------------------- I hope you enjoyed both the huge mosaic and the old-fassioned picture :-) I'd also like to mention that a some years ago it was announced that the Church of the Nativity was going to be rebuilt in the exact same location were it once stood. If you check Google Earth you'll find the square fenced and most of the park gone. Looking forward to read your comments!
  3. "No, I have forgotten nothing, but even the dead and the victims will rise from the grave at your call. We will all rise, and not I alone" - Olga Berggolts, about her Motherland 5/5/1941 - Smolny Institute serves as headquarters for the Soviet Party in Leningrad. All important members of the city council have their offices in the building, and the defense of the city is directed from here. Long before Smolny Institute became Lenin's residence in 1917, the building had been comissioned as the Institute for Noble Maidens, a significant step in making education available for females in Russia. 5/8/1941 - Being one of the favourite targets of the German Artillery, Smolny Institute was soon covered with a camouflage net Andrei Zhdanov, leader of the Soviet Party in Leningrad. He has the leading role in the defense of the city. 28/7/1941 - The impressive Smolny Convent, built between 1748 and 1764 to house Elizabeth, daughter of Peter the Great, after she decided to become a nun. The church was closed in 1923 by the Soviet authorities and it's been in decay ever since then. A 1600x900 wallpaper featuring both the Smolny convent and the institute (click to enlarge). Disclaimer: This CJ includes original photos taken during the siege. To my knowledge none of them is protected by copyright, but if I were wrong I'm happy to delete any picture that infringes the law. ----------------------------------[AUTHOR'S COMMENT]---------------------------------- For this update I have probably invested more hours than ever in Lot Editor and Photoshop, and the truth is that I'm quite happy with the result. The okrug of Smolny is one of the most beautiful in modern Saint Petersburg, but during the siege it was a real fortress. I will show you more in the next updates :-) Looking forward to read your opinions and feedback!
  4. "My son sleeps in a bomb shelter and knows the sound of the air raid sirens as well as the words "to talk" and "to eat". There's no good news; not yet. But we will wait. We will fight" - Vera Ketlinskaya, radio broadcast on October 19th 8/9/1941 - A wave of German Junkers has dropped several thousand of bombs in Tsentralny, more intensively in the area of Smolny and its surroundings. In this picture we see an inmense hole on the ground caused by the explosion of a 1.000 pounds bomb. Almost 70 metres below the surface appears Chernyshevskaya station. Construction of the metro began in January, but it had to be halted at the outbreak of the war. 28/10/1941 - Bolshoy Dom ("The Big House") is the headquarters of the NKVD (People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs) and the recently created NKGB (People's Commissariat for State Security). Since the beginning of the war almost everyone is suspicious of cooperating with the enemy. Even though the building has suffered damage from shelling, another execution has taken place in the courtyard. This famous poster by the NKGB reads "Pay attention, these days the walls are listening. Close from chatter and gossip to treason. Do not talk!" 18/9/1941 - As soon as the Leningraders hear the air raid sirens they all run to the nearest underground shelter. While the German aviation dominates the skies, thousands of people live their lives beneath the streets of the city. In this picture we see the entrance to one of these shelters, just behind Kuybyshev Hospital near Liteyny Prospekt. Women and children entering a bomb shelter. 10/7/1941 - The Holy Transfiguration Cathedral is located in Preobrazhenskaya Square, not far from Chernyshevskaya station. An air-raid shelter for 500 people has been constructed in the basement, where first aid can be given to the wounded. Disclaimer: This CJ includes original photos taken during the siege. To my knowledge none of them is protected by copyright, but if I were wrong I'm happy to delete any picture that infringes the law. ----------------------------------[AUTHOR'S COMMENT]---------------------------------- To preserve historical accuracy I must admit that Chernyshevskaya metro station had not been built yet by the time of the siege. However I wanted to show you that there were actually some tunels and rails already built under the city, that during the war were used as shelters. I had that image of the sunken station in my wish list and I wanted to give it some credible background. Again, I hope you enjoyed and I'm eager to read your comments and opinions :-D See you next week!
  5. "I have taken over command. Report to the High Command that I propose to proceed more actively than my predecessor" - Georgi Zhukov Georgi Zhukov, the toughest troubleshooter in the Red Army, the man who had been Chief of Staff at the war's outbreak, and who was now facing the most difficult assignment in his career. (quote from "The 900 Days" by Harrison E. Salisbury) 13/09/1941 - Zhukov took off from Moscow's Vnukovo airport in a Lisunov-2 transport plane, escorted by three fighters. One of them has already been downed by a German Messerschmitt, and another one has been hit in the wing. In the picture we see two German Stuka dive bombers trying to leave the scene, but the one on top of the picture has not been fast enough. Red Army officials in Leningrad feared Zhukov as much as they feared the Nazis. He never took a no for an answer and would threaten anyone who questioned a direct order. Disclaimer: This CJ includes original photos taken during the siege. To my knowledge none of them is protected by copyright, but if I were wrong I'm happy to delete any picture that infringes the law. ----------------------------------[AUTHOR'S COMMENT]---------------------------------- I hope you will excuse me if you find this update too short. Most of the content has been in my PC for several weeks now, and I wanted to publish it before resuming my work in Leningrad. The update of the website has also been a great excuse to have some rest :-) My goal is still to entertain you and myself telling the story of the city by combinating the power of SC4 and Photoshop!
  6. "Even the columns of the Kazan cathedral no longer looked like elephants' feet ready to crush the human ants that run this way and that way, trying to escape” - Helen Dunmore, describing the vulnerability of Leningrad in the eve of war 13/7/1941 - Kazan Cathedral was modelled after Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome, and dedicated to Our Lady of Kazan. After the victory against Napoleon, the cathedral was perceived as a memorial. Two bronze statues of Kutuzov and Barclay de Tolly were placed in front of each wing of the building. Training lessons for the fire platoon in Nevsky Prospekt, near Kazan Cathedral. 20/12/1941 - One of the most famous events of the postwar took place when poetess Anna Akhmatova wrote about pigeons in the square before Kazan Cathedral. A working girl sent a letter to the local newspaper accusing her of ignorance of Leningrad in the blockade, because there had been no pigeons in front of the cathedral during the siege, not there or anywhere else in the city. They had all been eaten. Civilians browsing Soviet propaganda in Kazan Cathedral. The poster to the right reads "all in defense of Leningrad". 17/10/1941 - A Stuka dive bomber is about to crash in Grivoyedov canal, just in front of the Singer House. This iconic corner building was intended to replicate the Singer skyscrapper in New York, but no structure in Leningrad was allowed to be taller than the Winter Palace. It was renamed "The House of Books" in 1938, and the library remains open during the siege. Disclaimer: This CJ includes original photos taken during the siege. To my knowledge none of them is protected by copyright, but if I were wrong I'm happy to delete any picture that infringes the law. ----------------------------------[AUTHOR'S COMMENT]---------------------------------- Another wallpaper of one of the most impressive landmarks of the city (res 1600x900 px). I know there is less variety of pictures in this update, but still I hope you will enjoy them. As always, your comments and feedback are highly appreciated :-D
  7. "Beat, heart! Hammer away, no matter how tired. Listen! The city has sworn that the enemy will not enter" - Olga Bergoltts 2/7/1941 - A barrage balloon suspended over Saint Nicholas Cathedral. There are two soldiers stationed at the entrance and another three operating two anti-aircraft guns at the other side of the fence. Griboyedov Canal flows unaware of the horrors to come. Since September 1941 the city of Lenin looks at the sky with fear and anger. There are anti-aircraft guns everywhere. 21/9/1941 - Rimsky-Korsakov Leningrad Conservatory is the oldest higher music institution in the Soviet Union. It was evacuated to Tashkent the night of August 22nd, just before the German bombers attacked Mga railroad station and blocked Leningrad. In the picture we see a huge bomb crater in Glinki Street, just in front of the building. "Citizens! During artillery bombardment this side of the street is specially dangerous". German artillery fired from the South, so it was common to see signs like this in the Northern side of the streets. 22/6/1941 - The day Germany attacked the Soviet Union Mariinsky Threatre featured Romeo and Juliet. Authorities have attended the ballet in their official black Gaz-M1 cars. To the right of the picture a T-34 tank is being transported to the front. 22/6/1941 - Mobilization points swarmed with volunteers; 100.000 the first day, 212.000 within a week. Leningraders were rising in patriotic anger to meet the German threat. Hundreds of thousands enlisted The Popular Draft, an army of volunteers commanded by unexperienced officers who were removed every few weeks. Most of these soldiers were unprepared and many even unarmed. Disclaimer: This CJ includes original photos taken during the siege. To my knowledge none of them is protected by copyright, but if I were wrong I'm happy to delete any picture that infringes the law.
  8. "It was the place at which Russia faded into infinity, the boundless sea, the invisible barrier between the end of Russia and the beginning of Europe" - Harrison E. Salisbury 9/9/1941 - A building in Kanala Grivoyedova bursts into flames in the middle of the night. Having released its deadly cargo a Ju 88 bomber of the Luftwaffe leaves the horrific scene. Twenty-four-hour round-the-clock watch was established on the roofs of most buildings. These fire fighters were mainly women and their duty was to remove anything burnable from the attics of the city. 25/6/1941 - The famous Egyptian Bridge used to carry Lermontoskiy Prospekt over Fontanka River. It collapsed in 1905 but its obelisks and sphinxes are preserved intact in the northern side. On the 19th of September 276 German bombers hit the city killing more than 1.000 civilians. Five hospitals were damaged and several buildings destroyed. 5/9/1941 - A Yak-1 fighter has managed to make an emergency landing in Lermontoskiy Prospekt. Another aircraft of the same squadron flies over the avenue with a damaged wing. Patriotic murals can be seen both in the wall to the right and the one to the top of the picture. 27/6/1941 - Three barrage balloons are being transported to be placed over Saint Nicholas Cathedral. On each side of the road there is an anti-aircraft gun pointing eastwards. Anti-air balloons have taken the streets in the absence of cars. Leningraders are busy protecting the windows with wooden boards. On the upper floors we see they've used paper strips to prevent shattering. Disclaimer: This CJ includes original photos taken during the siege. To my knowledge none of them is protected by copyright, but if I were wrong I'm happy to delete any picture that infringes the law.
  9. 15/9/1941 - A downed Stuka dive-bomber in Reki Fontanki. Taken down by anti-aircraft fire the plane has fallen on the ground and slided several metres before crashing into a street light. A military truck full of soldiers hurries up to examinate the wreckage. Most Soviet aircraft in Leningrad were inoperative and recuperating parts from the fallen enemy planes was an important task for the engineers. 26/9/1941 - Hospitals were a common target for the German aviation during the war. This one in Sadovaya street has received a direct hit and 42 people have died. Most of the facade is destroyed but we can still see a Soviet poster in the corner reminding everyone that every man is a soldier in Leningrad. 6/8/1941 - Food rationing began in July 1941. In this picture we see a crowd of people in Turgeneva Square waiting to receive their ration cards. Several soldiers are present to guarantee security. Each ration consists of 800 grams of bread. 12/9/1941 - Nazi heavy artillery has opened a crater in Kanala Griboyedova. Soldiers and volunteers are using pumps to drain the hole. Few metres to the right another shell has caused damage to the pavement. Nearby a wall poster reads "Death to child killers!". Soviet propaganda was common in the most devastated areas of the city. In this example we see a mother holding her dead son in her arms; in the background several houses are burning. The claim is the same than in the previous picture: "Death to child killers!". Disclaimer: This CJ includes original photos taken during the siege. To my knowledge none of them is protected by copyright, but if I were wrong I'm happy to delete any picture that infringes the law.
  10. Hello! I'm looking for bulidings for such a city as i mentioned at the topic
  11. Version DN\MN

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    "Khrushchevka" Series I-464 (1-464) NR (flat roof). (MaxisNite\DarkNite) \ LM and R$ Description\Описание English------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Series I-464 (1-464) - a series of large residential buildings, designed Giprostroyindustriya Institute in 1958. Standard "Khrushchevka" 464-series is widespread throughout the former USSR. 4 flats per floor, all the windows are located on one side (except for the end, there is an additional window to the side), two-bedroom apartment in the main, in the intermediate entrances one apartment per floor, two-bedroom, one studio in the extreme. Bathroom with toilet, kitchen tiny (about 5.5 m ^ 2). Most houses a series of 1-464 was built in the city of Ivanovo, Kazan, Chelyabinsk, Novosibirsk and many others (including in several cities of Ukraine and Belarus). Today, roughly, in the Soviet five-storey buildings lives 8.6 million Russians. Russian----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Серия I-464 (1-464) — серия крупнопанельных жилых домов, разработанная институтом Гипростройиндустрия в 1958 г., развитая и усовершенствованная ЦНИИЭП жилища. Стандартная "хрущёвка" 464-й серии, широко распространена по всей территории экс-СССР. 4 квартиры на этаж, все окна выходят на одну сторону (кроме торцевых, там есть дополнительное окно вбок), квартиры в основном двухкомнатные, в промежуточных подъездах одна квартира на этаже трёхкомнатная, в крайних одна однокомнатная. Санузел совмещённый, кухня миниатюрная (около 5,5 м^2). Больше всего домов серии 1-464 было построено в городах Иваново, Казань, Челябинск, Новосибирск и мн. др. (в т. ч. в нескольких городах Украины и Белоруссии). Сегодня, по приблизительным подсчетам, в советских пятиэтажках живет 8,6 млн россиян. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Properties – LM (demo) and Residential ($) versions, 4 different color BAT`s. For Residential ($) Lot size - 5x2 Capacity – 250 Pollution – 10\3\5\0 Pollution radius – 5\6\0\0 Power consumed – 3 Water consumed – 14 Be attentive, you must select only one of the variants of the mod! (MaxisNite or DarkNite!) NO DEPENDENCIES
  12. Version MN\DN

    3,642 Downloads

    "Khrushchevka" Series I-464 (1-464) (MaxisNite\DarkNite) \ LM and R$ Description\Описание English---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Series I-464 (1-464) - a series of large residential buildings, designed Giprostroyindustriya Institute in 1958. Standard "Khrushchevka" 464-series is widespread throughout the former USSR. 4 flats per floor, all the windows are located on one side (except for the end, there is an additional window to the side), two-bedroom apartment in the main, in the intermediate entrances one apartment per floor, two-bedroom, one studio in the extreme. Bathroom with toilet, kitchen tiny (about 5.5 m ^ 2). Most houses a series of 1-464 was built in the city of Ivanovo, Kazan, Chelyabinsk, Novosibirsk and many others (including in several cities of Ukraine and Belarus). Russian--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Серия I-464 (1-464) — серия крупнопанельных жилых домов, разработанная институтом Гипростройиндустрия в 1958 г., развитая и усовершенствованная ЦНИИЭП жилища. Стандартная "хрущёвка" 464-й серии, широко распространена по всей территории экс-СССР. 4 квартиры на этаж, все окна выходят на одну сторону (кроме торцевых, там есть дополнительное окно вбок), квартиры в основном двухкомнатные, в промежуточных подъездах одна квартира на этаже трёхкомнатная, в крайних одна однокомнатная. Санузел совмещённый, кухня миниатюрная (около 5,5 м^2). Больше всего домов серии 1-464 было построено в городах Иваново, Казань, Челябинск, Новосибирск и мн. др. (в т. ч. в нескольких городах Украины и Белоруссии). --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Properties – LM (demo) and Residential ($) versions, 3 different color BAT`s. For Residential ($) Capacity – 250 Pollution – 10\3\5\0 Pollution radius – 5\6\0\0 Power consumed – 3 Water consumed – 14 Be attentive, you must select only one of the variants of the mod! (MaxisNite or DarkNite!) NO DEPENDENCIES PS. This is my first complex mod. I'll be glad to hear any errors and suggestions that will try to take into account. Thank you very much for your help and support! I have a lot of new plans to create mods, although I only new to this hobby. I do not always get everything as I would like. Read my topic and thanks again!
  13. Update 19 - Remnik Celebrate Her 10th Birthday

    Replies: PaulSawyer : Yeah lol SimCoug : thank you! ggamgus : Borat doesn't like you now . Forthwall : lol ty .. i think Sasha Chhh : kalina is epic ! )) ZOOM100 : неважно приора или Калина.. они обе красивые Hiigar: да.. не плохо Fox : thank you ! Huston : INDEED IT IS ! The Small city or Remnik is going to have her 10th birthday in just 3 days Preparations are on their peek ! HAPPY BIRTHDAY REMNIK ! Some buildings here are edited and do not exist,but the base for them is - [PGB] Wola Duchacka great building !
  14. House of Soviets, Kaliningrad

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    I hearby proudly present Дом советов (House of Soviets) The House of Soviets is a building located in Kaliningrad in the Kaliningrad oblast, an exclave of Russia. The building is built on top of the foundations of the Königsberg castle which was severely damaged during World War II. Construction on the building, which was to be the central administrative office of the Kaliningrad oblast, started in 1960 but was stopped in 1980 due to loss of interest. Although, now painted to look finished, the original building stands vacant and unfinished to this day. This version of the building is an artist’s impression of how the building would have looked if it had been finished in the 80s. The building has a podium which can be dug into the ground. Therefore you have to raise the ground by 8 meters on one side. Here are the game relevant stats: CO§§ Version Occupants: 3,300 CO§§ Lot Size: 5x5 Plop Cost: § 82,000 Worth / Bulldoze Cost: § 1,970 Flammability: 40 / Stage 5 Power consumed: 85 MWh/month Water consumed: 946 gallons/month Air pollution: 13 over 5 tiles Water pollution: 13 over 6 tiles Garbage generated: 8 tons/month Landmark Version Lot Size: 5x5 Plop Cost: § 82,000 Maintenance Cost: §120/month Landmark Effect: 40 over 25 tiles Mayor Rating Effect: 5 over 256 tiles Worth / Bulldoze Cost: § 1,970 Flammability: 40 / Stage 5 Power consumed: 85 MWh/month Water consumed: 946 gallons/month Air pollution: 13 over 5 tiles Water pollution: 13 over 6 tiles Garbage generated: 8 tons/month Dependencies: To make sure the buildings function properly ingame, you’ll need the following dependencies: BSC Mega Props CP Vol.01 Installation: Download either the maxis night or the dark night pack. After this, it is recommended to make a new subfolder in your simcity4/plugins directory. Place the .SC4MODEL files of the buildings you want to keep in that folder. After this, copy the LOT files of the same buildings to the newly created folder. Enjoy. To uninstall, first make sure to bulldoze all instances of the building from your city, after this, simply remove the .SC4MODEL and .LOT files from your plugin folder.
  15. Panel skyscraper of Krasnomoria

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    It's my first creation (without map). Build cost:??(minimal) Month cost:0$ Energy:1 Instructions: 1.Unzip it to the folder: My Documents/Simcity4/Plugins/Jakis(folder "Jakis" should be created by you) 2.You can find this lot in the Landmark folder in the game (perhaps in the middle of catalog) 3.Enjoy! Dependencies: No dependencies!
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