Kunowice: a realistic Central European multiplayer project

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Sep 20, 2014
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Kunowice: a realistic Central European multiplayer project

Major information:
A realistic Central European city with an extensive tram network: a place where east meets the west. A capital of a small, almost citystate Western Slavic country with a population of about 1,5 mln.
Population: 432 000 inhabitants. (scaled down to 1:3 in Cities: Skylines)
Ethnic background: Sorbs (55%), Poles (15%), Czechs (10%), Germans (10%), Other (10%)
Official language: Sorbian
Additional languages: Polish, Czech

History: Throughout the ages, the city has been a significant cultural and economic hub. It has been under the rule and influence of German, Czech, Polish kings with brief moments of independence. As a result of the 1421 royal deal, its become a capital of a Sorbian kings and has remained neutral in the major conflicts afterward. In 1791 it was annexed by Prussia. Later it has become a capital Prussian puppet state up to WWI. As a result of WWI it has become a capital of an independent state, later being annexed by the Third Reich in 1938. Most of the historic landmarks were destroyed by allied and soviet forces during the 1944-45 bombings. Some parts of the city, especially around the main railway station we 95% ruins after WW2.

After WW2 the city became part of the eastern bloc, with extensive urban planning projects being carried out. Thanks to the architectural engagement of top communist executives in the region the old town was mostly rebuilt. In 1989 r. the city-state has regained independence and oriented itself towards cooperation with now-unified Germany and joined the European Union in 1999, becoming the first former eastern bloc country to join the EU. Since 1999, the city has undergone massive urban regeneration projects, public transport network extensions. The modal shift is turning away from cars and bicycle usage has increased significantly.

Whats next:

The city is now a great hub for german companies looking for a cheaper labor force and a major logistics hub. With its financial success and minor corruption scandals, the city is facing urban sprawl problems. Seems like everyone wants to live in the green areas... but after everyone has done it then they are not so green anymore.

Major natural wonders: Ipel river, Little Switzerland National Park
Main industry: Steel mill, vehicle production

Technical info:
Created by more than 6 people throught the Citieshare platform, about 3000 assets, ~100 mods, needs about 20 GB of RAM to start up.

Youtube cinematic video: /watch?v=ycGHWWkgDFA
Extended imgur gallery /gallery/F4omTNh
Citeshare multiplayer adress: share?shareid=0157
Project Discord: Discord.gg/8dnFRB7

(antispam filter wont let me add links to gallery and youtube video, will do that later)






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