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CJ San Cristobal

a Havana Style City

  1. pingyao
    pingyao
    4/5,
    Great start. Love the tropical feel, very authentically Havanna style too.
  2. dlimpens
    dlimpens
    4/5,
    nice city, well done keep on going
  3. Josephlonde
    Josephlonde
    5/5,
    Wow this is good
  4. veldor
    veldor
    5/5,
    Very nice city !
  5. cityguru
    cityguru
    4/5,
    1. peterycristi
      Author's Response
      thx a lot, for your nice comment. Well, this building is the national arts gallery from washington d.c. and i download it from the old xlnation. Unfortunatelly until today there are still missing a lot of the old files here :(
  6. Artmaster
    Artmaster
    5/5,
    Very nicely laid-out...I also like the stairs touch. Downtown looks fabulous!
  7. Mrvoltura
    Mrvoltura
    5/5,
    looks really colonial,im impressed
  8. Steven H. Endermann
    Steven H. Endermann
    5/5,
    This is a pretty good city. How did you get stairs?
    1. peterycristi
      Author's Response
      Well, its pretty easy: just built a pedestrian path bridge. If you don't pass water, it will just create a simple path. After building it, you can use the upgrade button - like for all the other streets - to upgrade to stairs.