Exploring Galbadia

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Exploring Galbadia

Postby Leandro » August 14th 2014, 12:12 am



In this journey, we know every piece of the great capital of our motherland, the Galbadia Distrito Capital, like in any good story, it starts quiet and peaceful, where it would be quieter than a walk in the countryside?

We will from a remote region of the frantic bustle of the capital, but just as important, as important as the heart is the blood that runs through your veins, in our great city blood are our citizens, who are working hard to bring our nation to greatness, but one person besides country also need water and energy, then whence comes the water to the capital?



Inaugurated in 1908, its purpose was originally to meet the needs of producing electricity in Parnaíba hydroelectric power plant .

Initially known as Santo Amaro reservoir , Guarapiranga started construction in 1906, being completed in 1908, by Galbadia Tramway, Light and Power Company, at the time responsible for supplying electricity in the city, that with the beginning of the socialist regime, was divided into two companies: Eletrogalbadia - Electricidade de Galbadia S.A. (electric segment) and the Tudor Heavy Industries (rail segment),
In 1928, with the growth of Galbadia DC metropolitan region , the Guarapiranga went on to serve as a reservoir for drinking water supply.

The construction of the Guarapiranga and later of Billings reservoirs , was decisive for the development of the eastern region of the metropolitan area.



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Re: Exploring Galbadia

Postby RedAurora » August 14th 2014, 2:18 am

Ahhhhh, good to see an AIN nation enjoying the benefits of state-directed industrialisation. :D

Great work. I hope you will show more of Galbadian infrastructure in the next entry. :D
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Re: Exploring Galbadia

Postby InvaderNat » August 14th 2014, 2:41 am

Looks pretty good, I would like to see a tad more MMP's dotted around it (I know they can be very hard to do). :lol: Great to see you back finally. :D
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Re: Exploring Galbadia

Postby Charlie » August 14th 2014, 6:24 am

Looking good :)
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Re: Exploring Galbadia

Postby IRE505 » August 14th 2014, 2:53 pm

Love the dam and canals!
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Re: Exploring Galbadia

Postby Gregor » August 14th 2014, 7:09 pm

Not the usual places we see in CJ's nonetheless important places for the city to function, it's a good detail to show! :)

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Re: Exploring Galbadia

Postby Thomas » August 14th 2014, 7:27 pm

Fantastic work! I like these unique entries and it's great to have Galbadia back. :)
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Re: Exploring Galbadia

Postby Fox » August 15th 2014, 12:22 am

Nice to see you posting some work here.. and great pictures too.

Those borders you've used.. they look familiar .. I used them in one of very first CJs many many years ago :D

Also.. in the last picture, the palm tree looks a little out of place.

Can't wait to see more of your nation.
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