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Marseille, France
Marseille, on France's south coast, is the country's second largest city, after Paris. Marseille was the most important trading centre in the region and the main commercial port of the French Republic. Marseille is now France's largest city on the Mediterranean coast and the largest port for commerce, freight and cruise ships. The port is an important arrival base for millions of people each year, with 2.4 million including 890,100 from cruise ships.

This incredible scenery has over 60,000 custom building objects, to provide a one of a kind flying experience. The flight path into LFML takes you right over the harbor areas with a great view of the expansive city.

Detailed Scenery Area Features

96 km Of Custom TexturePhoto Terrain Textures With Near Photo Accuracy
625 km of Hand Classified Landclass For Accurate Blending
62295 Custom Geotypical Buildings Accurately Sized And Placed
Accurately Placed Autogen Houses
Accurately Placed Vegetation Autogen
Library Objects Used For Added Detail
Detailed Mesh
Landmark Objects Included

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition - Marseille Screenshot
Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition - Marseille Screenshot
Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition - Marseille Screenshot
Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition - Marseille Screenshot

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jaXen (212863) added Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition - Marseille (Windows) on Oct 02, 2018