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Theater Square
Description
A district in your city for cultural sites.
Historical Context
As the urban middle-class took on aspects of being “cultured” in the late 19th Century, it demanded more refined entertainments than bear-baiting and bare-knuckle boxing. Theater districts were the answer, usually clustering around existing theaters and museums patronized by the upper-class. Thus New York City’s Broadway district saw a number of new music halls and restaurants open immediately after the Metropolitan Opera House relocated to West 39th and Broadway in 1883. In the earlier 1800s, London’s West End theater district expanded outward from the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden. In time, all those that feed off theatrical talent were also found in the theater districts: recording studios, radio studios, agents, producers, and so forth.
PortraitSquare
ICON_DISTRICT_THEATER

Traits

Replaced By
+1 Great Writer point per turn.
+1 Great Artist point per turn.
+1 Great Musician point per turn.
Appeal to Adjacent Tiles: 1
Adjacency Bonus
+2 Culture from each adjacent wonder tile.
+1 Culture from every 2 adjacent district tiles.
+1 Culture from each adjacent Government Plaza tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Entertainment Complex tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Water Park tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Street Carnival tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Copacabana tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Pamukkale tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Païtiti tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Hippodrome tile.
+1 Culture from each adjacent matching resource class tile.
Citizen Yields (per citizen)
+2 Culture
Trade Yields
Domestic Destination
+1 Food
International Destination
+1 Culture

Requirements

Civic
Production Cost
Base Cost: 54 Production
Maintenance Cost
Base Cost: 1 Gold
PortraitSquare
ICON_DISTRICT_THEATER
Description
A district in your city for cultural sites.
Historical Context
As the urban middle-class took on aspects of being “cultured” in the late 19th Century, it demanded more refined entertainments than bear-baiting and bare-knuckle boxing. Theater districts were the answer, usually clustering around existing theaters and museums patronized by the upper-class. Thus New York City’s Broadway district saw a number of new music halls and restaurants open immediately after the Metropolitan Opera House relocated to West 39th and Broadway in 1883. In the earlier 1800s, London’s West End theater district expanded outward from the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden. In time, all those that feed off theatrical talent were also found in the theater districts: recording studios, radio studios, agents, producers, and so forth.

Traits

Replaced By
+1 Great Writer point per turn.
+1 Great Artist point per turn.
+1 Great Musician point per turn.
Appeal to Adjacent Tiles: 1
Adjacency Bonus
+2 Culture from each adjacent wonder tile.
+1 Culture from every 2 adjacent district tiles.
+1 Culture from each adjacent Government Plaza tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Entertainment Complex tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Water Park tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Street Carnival tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Copacabana tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Pamukkale tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Païtiti tile.
+2 Culture from each adjacent Hippodrome tile.
+1 Culture from each adjacent matching resource class tile.
Citizen Yields (per citizen)
+2 Culture
Trade Yields
Domestic Destination
+1 Food
International Destination
+1 Culture

Requirements

Civic
Production Cost
Base Cost: 54 Production
Maintenance Cost
Base Cost: 1 Gold
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