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Culture is a city specialization in SimCity (2013). It was unconfirmed and absent from gameplay videos before the SimCity Beta. Although minor in its lack of a "growable" specialization HQ, and relatively low income, it has by far the biggest list of buildings. As it attracts and utilizes tourists, it is best to pair it with the gambling specialization.

Buildings

The buildings in the Culture specialization can be split into two categories: Standard and Wonders (of which only 3 can be built per city), with wonders having two sub-categories, Attractors and Venues. It should be noted that their exact nature is unknown and if they have effects similar to the European pre-order bonuses. Also the stats of all the wonders differ, sometimes considerably. The Statue of Liberty attracts 5000 tourists per day, whereas the Edificio Copan, for instance, attracts only a mere 150 tourists per day.

Stadiums:

  • Expo Center (Venue)
  • Pro Stadium (Venue)

Wonders

  • Venues:

    Olso Opera House

    • ​Globe Theatre (London)
    • Oslo Opera House (Oslo)
    • Sydney Opera House (Sydney)
  • ​Attracters:
    • ​The Arc de Triomphe (Paris)

      Dutch Windmill

    • Cinquantenaire Arch (Brussels)
    • Dutch Windmill (The Netherlands)
    • Edificio Copan (São Paulo)
    • Empire State Building (New York)
    • Giralda (Seville)
    • Kolner Dom (Cologne)
    • Leaning Tower Of Pisa (Pisa)
    • Rundetarn (Copenhagen)
    • Statue Of Liberty (New York)
    • St. Basil's Cathedral (Moscow)
    • Stockholm City Hall (Stockholm)
    • Tokyo Tower (Tokyo)
    • Krolewski W Warszawie (Warsaw)
    • Washington Monument (Washington)
    • Willis Tower (Chicago)
Landmarks
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Kolnordom.png
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Rundentarn.png
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See also

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