even if my city is not completely mapped yet, I invite anyone interested in placing the embassy for his/her Country.
I’m not planning to create an “embassies quarter” quarter, so feel free to place it wherever you like in the city (just keep them in the central quarters, please).
You can freely choose to use an existing building or map a new one.
I only ask you to write here what you are doing, just to keep trace of your work.
In the meantime, every feedback about my mapping of the city would be appreciated.
Brennland is slowly taking shape, and being a mostly mountainous country, ski resorts are of course one of the main features on map!
So, here are the first I’ve mapped, just take a look and maybe tell me what you think about them!
RIGGLBERG SKIPARADIES [https://opengeofiction.net/go/2T2AG3o–]
This ski resort is the closest to the capital city Brig, so it can get very crowded during weekends; luckily there are modern lifts, and three access points: the Weisswand cable car from Aachten, the lifts from Riegl am Mittewald and the gondola connected with Rigglberg train station. The slopes run mainly through the Rigglberg forest, with only the highest ones being on open ground, just beneath the Hornegg peak (2057 m.)
RHEINERHORN SKIZENTRUM [https://opengeofiction.net/go/2T32yaG]
One of the most loved ski resorts in the country, offers slopes for every level of skier, from the beginners to the most expert (just try the Burgstallberg black slope!). Slopes run both through woods and on open ground, depending on the elevation, of course, with the lowest point being at 1095m and the highest at 2600m, just beneath the towering Rheinerhorn. There’s even an Alpine Coaster just next to the starting point of the lifts on the Freienfeld versant.
One of the most renowed ski resorts in the country, thanks to the Hagner black slope, a very challenging track that hosts one of the most famous slaloms in the Alpine Ski World Cup. There’s a “ski stadion” at the end of the slope.
The resort spreads on two versants, the one beneath Götschhorn and Pfeldererspitze (facing Pfelders), and the Schoggleralm side. They connect at the Naglersattel, reached by a funifor lift from the northern side and a gondola on the southern.
Access to the slopes is possible directly from the town of Pfelders or from Lautal valley bottom, thanks to a cable car and a long gondola.
a new diary entry just to ask you if you’d like to take a look at my country, Brennland.
I’m working on two fronts: high detail in the capital city, Brig (and in the almost finished town of Freienfeld), and sketching the basic geographical features of the country.
Brennland has plenty of mountains in the northern part and along the greater part of its boundaries, except from the south, where river Brenne flows between smooth hills.
Just take a look and leave a feedback, it would be highly appreciated. Just remember that it’s “work in progress” ;-)
a new diary entry to share with you the first steps of the creation of the capital city of my territory (Brennland): Brig.
Brig will have a population of about 800.000 inhabitants and is inspired by historic European cities, like Wien, Budapest, etc .
What you see is a small part of the historic city (the centre, which will be huge).
The city will have 4 or 5 underground lines, 2 rail stations, an airport (now roughly sketched) and an airport rail link.
Let me know what you think of my city so far, if you please.
Happy mapping to everyone!
this is a copy of my topic posted on the forum. Sorry for this, but for some reason no one is answering there…
I’m here to ask feedback about the work I’m doing in my first country, Brennland. I’ve started mapping using the in-browser tool, but I’ve switched to JOSM last week. I’ve sketched a part of the main river, Brenne, which flows from the northern part of Brennland towards the big lake in the south. Having very precise ideas about a particular area of the country, I’ve started mapping at a high detail level from a very small city, Freienfeld, in the northern part of Brennland, and its surrounding area (61.8252, 54.6268) This is an area of big mountains and quite wide valleys, an “alpine” scenario, like the ones of the big valleys of Austria or South Tyrol (Italy). I’m asking for a feedback, as this is my first attempt in mapping such complicated areas (and a whole Country). In the recent past I’ve mapped a bigger city, Dominton, in Midistland (38.3351, 93.5067).
Thank you and happy mapping to everyone!
in addition to my first mapping project (the city of Dominton, near Margarath in Midistland) I’ve started mapping in my own territory, Brennland. I know you should sketch out rivers and mountains first (and I’ve made a bit of that work), but having clear ideas about a couple of towns, I’ve started mapping one of them, Freienfeld. This is a small “alpine” town, with a historic centre and a ski area nearby.
Let me know what you think about it!
Happy mapping to everyone!
I’m Jumbooo, and I’ve started mapping some 5 days ago.
I’ve started a city with a population of about 120.000. It’s called Dominton, and it’s on the west coast of country Margarath, Midistland.
I’d like to receive a feedback from more experienced users. Of course my work is far from being finished, but I’d like to know how you think it’s going.
Thank you and good mapping to everybody!