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CJ Amphoria

A coastal city on the spanish Riviera

  1. cuco
    Population:
    70.000
    Map:
    Rio
    Game Version:
    • Cities XXL 2015
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    Amphoria

    Amphoria is a coastal City on the spanish Riviera. Until the 1960s, Amphoria was a small fishing village; today it is known for its hotel industry, beaches and skyscrapers. According to the 2014 census, Amphoria has a permanent population of 70.000 inhabitants.

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    St Mark's Square

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    St Mark's Square is the principal public square of Amphoria and this space form the social, religious and political centre of the town.

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    The Sardinero Stadium

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    The Sardinero Stadium
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    The Amphoria Station

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    This railway station combines Art Deco, Mission Revival, and Streamline Moderne style.

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    The Briganconia Palace

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    The Briganconia Palace is an early 20th-century palace located on the Briganconia Peninsula. Beginning in 1932, the palace was used to host summer courses through the Amphoria International University. The palace, which was declared an historical monument in 1982 and renovated between 1993 and 1995, continues to be used as a conference and meeting hall today. It is the most visited place in the city of Amphoria.

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    The Bikinis Beach

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    The Bikinis Beach is a a sandy beach and shallow substrate. It can be considered an urban beach in widespread use.


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    Jotaere, DaveTapia, Saturn and 5 others like this.

Recent Reviews

  1. TheFosaGames
    TheFosaGames
    5/5,
    I like the city, and the beach !! But reminds me to Benidorm, a summer city of my country, Spain. But I love it. 5/5
    1. cuco
      Author's Response
      Gracias ! Efectivamente, me he inspirado de Benidorm.
  2. lindien
    lindien
    5/5,
    C'est très beau mon cuco, comme d'hab ;)
    1. cuco
      Author's Response
      Merci lindien, content de te voir ici et que cela te plaise !
  3. Monty
    Monty
    5/5,
    Wow, lovely city and amazing iamges! The beach are is specially beautiful. Great job!
    1. cuco
      Author's Response
      Thank you Monty !
  4. Trustime
    Trustime
    5/5,
    I like this city a lot :) The skyscrapers and hotels reminds me Benidorm from Comunitad Valenciana (Alicante). Great work
    1. cuco
      Author's Response
      Thank you, and yes, Benidorm is the source.
  5. sadiemydog
    sadiemydog
    4/5,
    I love the city... This looks far more realistic than 90% of all city. I may consider this in my top 10's of all time along with Uligat. First time I even tought these where real pictures , not amination , so real does it look. But if I'd look closely I still saw its CitiesXL and that makes me a suprise. I like huge appartements of youre city aswell the beach. They look suprisely new. Altrough the realistic views I'd have a few things I'd wanna know or get better.

    1) I wan't more mix of old buildings and I prefer them more inland or at a spot where no buildings are now. Because by removal of 1 single buildings , the city wouldn't be so nice as it is now.
    2) 22.000 sits for that stadium is a bit small. I think more about 40.000 to 50.000.
    3) I did like to see more environment outside of the city , such as a huge airport for the tourists , motorways , rest area's along the motorways , forests , farmings , huge campings as they have in Spain , lakes , rivers , rails , grassland , ancient roman momuments , pittoresque villages and etc etc. Without it it wouldn't be inside Spain or the other Medditerean Area's at all!!!!
    4) I want to know where you get this building from ---> http://i68.servimg.com/u/f68/17/08/98/49/cxl_s227.jpg , I never saw this building in Cities XL or XXL. Can you send me the link where I could download it???
    5) I like to see more information about the city , such as history , climate , GDP per capita , the level of prices of products , the living status (because countries in the medditerean have poor and rich areas and there are more changeable by area you live on.) and many more.
    1. cuco
      Author's Response
      Thank you.
  6. Wibi
    Wibi
    5/5,
    Liking the beachfront, haven't seen much CJ that focuses on the details of the beach like you did. Liking your city's Miami vibe aswell. Would love to read more journal entries about the specific areas and the city's history.

    Keep up the good work.
    1. cuco
      Author's Response
      Thank you Wibi !