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Kairosberg, the strangest and proudest city ever built. Das Pharaoh allowed me to be the mayor. "You built it!" Yep, and it's the capital of the empire, too. Listen to this music while you view:
About this creation

We begin our tour of Kairosberg with the Arch Temple of Geb and Nut, the earth god and the sky goddess. Also the southern entrance to the city.

The Prussian Army factory. They make all of their weapons and fighting machines here. It is also one of the only places in all of Timia(our planet)where fossil fuels are used. This just because we think the smoke looks kinda cool.

THIS is why fossil fuels belong to the history books.
This is the solar lightning mega-plant, the tallest building in the city. Provides power for all of Kairosberg and beyond.
Behind it is a large bucket.
Do not pay attention to the bucket please.

This is the glorious garrison of the Prussian Army. This barracks contains 400 SS-trained elite soldiers ready to defend our capital city at all costs.

Hey Thomas N... guess what?

CHOO CHOO!!!!!!! All aboard the blay train!
The Prussian State Railroad serves the entire Empire as the primary means of intercity travel. Pretty much the only other thing in all of the Empire that uses fossil fuels, because there's nobody here that doesn't love a good ol' steam train.

Grand Central Bahnhof, Kairosberg's famous train station. Serves up to over 50 trains a day, passenger and freight!

This is the city's barracks for the Grand Egyptian Navy. The ships often land next to the airport, which is next door, so this is a good location. Yes, our battleships and cruisers can land in the sand. They can also land(and operate) in water and sometimes even thick snow.

"Welcome to Erwin Rommel International Airport. Please prepare your luggage for immediate radiological, digital and ultraviolet scanning at the 3 high intensity security checkpoints." Despite what the Pharaoh implies, it actually doesn't take long at all. 10 minutes tops.

This is probably Kaiser Pharaoh Timekh's favorite invention of mine, the Hypersonic Pneumatic Mass Transit System, also called the HPMTS or just "the pneumatic." Here's how it works:
The mega-plant can provide so much electrical energy that it's able to power the two enormous scramjet air intakes at each terminal of the system. These intakes provide so much air power that when the air is fired through the tube, it(the air) is so fast a hypersonic boom goes off and the sheer sped rips some of the hydrogen right out of the oxygen, creating an amazing multicolored pyrotechnics display on the outside if the tube, along with the huge sonic boom. What slows it down? The force of electromagnets, yet again powered by the mega-plant. Another great thing is that the north-eastern terminal(the red one) is connected directly to the hospital via sky-way. That way patients in the south-western end of the city can be rushed to the ER almost in a matter of seconds.
"You're such a nerd." And who says you aren't, too? "Good point."

Next to the mega-plant is Brownspire Apartments #1, 'Saharan Novelty.' Brownspire inc. is famous for its large number of apartments in Kairosberg and the Egyptian half of the empire. For some reason the Prussians don't trust Brownspire, and-"You better have a look at this, Tim..." a press conference today, Prussian delegate General Leopold announced Brownspire 'has[in recent times] conspired to overthrow the Prussian State.'
And they seemed so innocent. Weird, just like the rest of our planet.

Kairosberg High School, one of the most important buildings in all of the empire. And just to let you know, I'm not even 16 yet, so I'm not saying that just because I'm older. "He implements CHINESE WATER TORTURE at this facility. I just can't believe what my little scribe has done here these days!" Competence is the key to superiority, Timekh! "Absolutely indeed's a, shall we say."

The Kairosberg Plateau! You might think that these pyramids are the tombs of deceased pharaoh, but no, we put them to better use. They're condominiums. Yep, 'a condo made-a stone-a.' "I hate that song."

Moving on to the left of the "pyramidioms," along the edge of the Timian Sahara, we have the cult temple of Hathor, goddess of love, beauty, cows, Ra's eye(don't ask), alcohol, and foreign nations, all among other things.

The Pharaoh's favorite temple, the cult temple of the falcon god Horus. he is, after all, the god of the Pharaohs, and sometimes the Pharaoh is even considered to be the living Horus on earth. Don't laugh at his name, or he'll send his evil uncle Seth to come rip your head off and devour your soul. That often happens to outsiders. "It's fun to watch, too!"

Oh boy...

I like this temple, I really do, but it's just downright creepy! This is the infamous cult temple of Osiris(father of Horus, wife of Isis and King of the Afterlife), and his faithful pet Anubis, the even creepier jackal and jackal-headed god of mummification and...ugh...protector of the dead. Too many people have been found dead in or around cemeteries with Anubis's cartouche, or hieroglyphic nameplate, clawed into their chest. "Often totally innocent people, I might add!" I compare Anubis to my parents quite often. Anyway, this temple is very dark and scary. Three people have been found dead in here before too, but you're practically invulnerable if you have a priest(or a god, they like to help people a lot) guiding you.

Kairosberg Elementary and Middle School. "Yep, they use torture here too, but only in the middle school. I think it's fine, but I just have a feeling there's something wrong with it." If there was something wrong with it, I would know. Trust me.

Ahhhh... fresh sunlight...
This is the most popular and probably the greatest temple of them all, the Temple Of Ra, God of the Sun. He is also known as the father of all other gods and creator of the universe. It's really bright in there, but you don't need shades, an example of the divine presence there. The obelisks at the top channel the mystic solar energy of Ra directly into the temple. Be careful, though, you shouldn't stare at Ra's shrine too long, your eyes may burst into flames. His statue is made of solid pure electrum(a combination of gold, silver, and some other stuff), has the sun's rays directed right onto it, and is therefore almost as bright as the sun itself. "I couldn't see for a week because of this glorious shrine!"

Who doesn't love pretzel sticks after church? Welcome to Eye of Horus Bakery, where we have pretzels, donuts, and all kinds of bread!

This is probably the most interesting building in Prusso-Egypt, if not in the entire Universe. Here's why:
We don't know exactly why or how, but Prussian and Egyptian buildings in the empire are very different. Anywhere that is considered a Prussian are will have a cold climate, up to 77 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer and up to 10 degrees in the winter. Anywhere that is considered an Egyptian area will be arid all year round, with temperatures of up to 102 degrees in the summer and in the winter only as low as 64.
The top of this building is Prussian, with the black and white. The rest is Egyptian. Often, It begins to snow at the top of the building and it melts as soon as it hits the tan. Our planet is seriously screwed up sometimes.


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  March 4, 2011
Great job on the city and background.
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  August 26, 2009
Very sleek looking micro-city, nice story as well!
Super Kaiser Pharaoh
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Lt. John Harland
  July 31, 2009
WOW nice train
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  March 31, 2009
This micro-city has a unique style which is really enjoyable. You've put a lot of detailed buildings into a limited area. Great work !!!
Super Kaiser Pharaoh
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Thomas N
  March 14, 2009
Hey Tim, I expanded my city of Blocktropolis and added a new page for it, come check it out here:
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  February 25, 2009
Quoting Lola Roberts Hi! it's Jason's sister Lauren
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  February 24, 2009
Hi! it's Jason's sister Lauren
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  February 23, 2009
Can I join your group?
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  February 20, 2009
Quoting Thomas N Ah now theres a microscale train, I've been busting my brain trying to thinkup a design for one, and here you have it. Sorry I didn't see this earlier, great city by the way, theres a group I'm in called lego microcitys, you should join.
AWESOME! I will right away. Make sure to build yourself a microtrain, but give me credit please! Also try to revisit my creations, i'm going to put music links on them.
Super Kaiser Pharaoh
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Thomas N
  February 18, 2009
Ah now theres a microscale train, I've been busting my brain trying to thinkup a design for one, and here you have it. Sorry I didn't see this earlier, great city by the way, theres a group I'm in called lego microcitys, you should join.
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  February 18, 2009
Put a lamp right over it. it should brighten things up! Check out the new LEGO on my page
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  February 17, 2009
If anyone hasn't noticed by now, I seem to be having a shadow problem. I had all of the lights on in my room and the door closed. Anybody know how to fix this?
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  February 11, 2009
Quoting Jason Roberts cool train
WAAAZAAAAAP???? How's it goin dude?
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  February 11, 2009
cool train
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