On Mai 27th 2017 I started building an Egyptian city that I named Aakhutra - the Horizon of Ra. I did this in creative build mode. The point is that one day, when the city is ready with its basics, it becomes a multiplayer co-building effort.
1) I started a flat world without plants or dungeons.
2) There is a river running through along the city.
3) The city is located on the eastside of this river.
4) The westside is only meant for construction of tombs and necropolises.
5) There is a large wall enclosure around the city.
6) The extra-muros part of the city is bordered with stelae/boundary stones within which in future co-building efforts the construction of buildings is subjected to certain rules (as in reality).
So far I have constructed:
1 central city square bordered with a city garden palace and a throne palace; 5 temples (of which 2 enormous ones); 3 kiosks; 2 markets; several big obelisks; a royal palace & servants quarters; a harbor connected to the river with a canal; a city foundry; a boea (a sort of parliamentary building) joined with a hall of laws (laws/rulesets on actual display) and a treasury; a giant enclosure wall with internal stairs - this is the city part.
So far the necropolis counts 2 mastaba's, 3 large pyramids (1 has a huge necropolis around it) and a small sanctuary. The first pyramid I made was built on top of a mountain structure in order to be able to build faster. But this isn't exactly a handy way. So the two other pyramids are solid builds. All tombs contain hidden chambers and subterranean rooms.
Houses are not yet built, except for one house that needs to function as some sorts of exemplary build for other houses. A street pattern was layed out with the building plots in between numbered and measured. Currently there are 39 empty building plots within the city walls ready for house construction.
I also included some large "secret" in the city. I think it is well hidden, and if explored and found, it will lead to another "lost black pyramid" somewhere in the worldmap, but extremely far away. So, there are also hidden structures inside other parts of the city, which puzzle together in order to solve "the secret".
Here are some screenshots I made of the building process. There is currently a tour video of the city online on YouTube. There will be more video's soon about other aspects of this city build.
So, I hope everyone will one day enjoy this city construction as much as I do