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Scolar Visari, Kaiser of the Reich, authorized a plethora of construction projects in the Reich. These projects will be apart of the Kaiser's "Ever Forward Germania" program, which are designed to not only push the Reich's architectural capabilities to the limits, but to ensure that the Reich remains at the forefront of civilian architectural technology. These projects are scheduled to begin as soon as possible

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Rugen Paradise Seaside Resort and Spa

To be contructed on the Island of Rugen, This seaside resort will provide affordable vacations for the average German citizen. The resort is planned to consist of two complexes - North and South - each consisting of four blocks of ten housing units each, providing rooms for 20,000 vacationers. Every room will have a view of the sea. Between the two complexes will be administration buildings and a large open festival square with an assembly hall at one end. The housing sections are joined by community buildings and swimming halls. The complex also includes plans for dozens of restaurants, cinemas, sport halls, and other entertainment sites, as well as housing for workers, a lightrail or monorail station, and other necessary infrastructure (water works, electrical substation, post office, etc.).

When completed, the complex will stretch along the beach for almost five kilometers. A large quay will be built at the seaside in the center of the complex, with moorings for cruise ships.

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Germania Art and Cultural Center

The Museum of Art will be seven stories and have total floor area of 112,000 sq m, 2,800 rooms, 7 km of corridors, over 4,000 windows, and 17 stairways. The Museum will contain a collection of art from every ethnic group in the Reich, which include German, Turkish, other (made up largely of Greek, Italian, Polish, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish), Slovenian, Danish, Austrian, Hungarian and Russian.

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New Reich Palace/Visari's Palace

The Kaiser had a moderate palace in Berlin; however, it was far what he imagined. Therefore, he ordered his best architects to plan the construction of a new palace. Something which would be awe-aspiring and show the power of the Greater German Reich. After months of planning and dozens of conferences, the Kaiser approved the new Palace.

The Palace grounds would be home to more than twenty connected structures and more than twenty thousand rooms; some of the rooms, like the Grand Corridor, were themselves kilometers long. The Palace complex would be so large and extensive that it would serve simultaneously as a miniature government district, housing a fully-equipped medical sub-complex and a number of offices and headquarters, including the War Room, the Admiral’s Office, the Crypt (a cryptologic center, not a burial vault), and the Imperial Information Center.

The residential district of the Palace complex will be accessible through the Grand Corridor, including the wood-paneled Kaiser's Guests Floor; the Kaiser’s actual living space is a tiny fraction of the Palace called the Residence, a suite of residential rooms, studies, private audience chambers, libraries, and art galleries deep in the core of the main building reserved for his personal use.

The Palace includes a number of throne rooms and audience chambers, including the Chamber of the Imperial Presence, a cavernous room modeled on the old Reichstag with the Imperial Throne on a raised column where it will be bathed in illumination from prismatic skylights; it is from this chamber that he will give most of his public addresses.

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"Never have I seen a greater waste of resources for a man's arrogance. This is criminal. The only thing there that I can approve of is the museum." -Uberstein.

"I'm quite sure he will have fun ruining his country's economy.", commented Leclerc

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Arguably said projects are more beneficial to their economy than harmful, as long as they maintain a steady supply of resources such projects create a constant flow of wealth from the state thereby stimulating the economy. Its tantamount to building a massive highway or going to total war. This is just an ambiguous way of redistributing wealth from the state to the people through construction labor.

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Arguably said projects are more beneficial to their economy than harmful, as long as they maintain a steady supply of resources such projects create a constant flow of wealth from the state thereby stimulating the economy. Its tantamount to building a massive highway or going to total war. This is just an ambiguous way of redistributing wealth from the state to the people through construction labor.

Building a massive palace is far from something that benefits the people.

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Arguably said projects are more beneficial to their economy than harmful, as long as they maintain a steady supply of resources such projects create a constant flow of wealth from the state thereby stimulating the economy. Its tantamount to building a massive highway or going to total war. This is just an ambiguous way of redistributing wealth from the state to the people through construction labor.
Building a massive palace is far from something that benefits the people.

Indeed. And if it does, then it is truly ambiguous, as neither we nor others can see it.

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