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MegaSceneryEarth Germany Central Photoreal Scenery for FSX/P3D

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition logoThis addon is compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator X. It should also work with Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition. Some developers have explicitly stated compatibilty with Steam Edition but others haven't. Check the product description below for guaranteed compatibility. Just because it doesn't mention it, this does not mean it will not work with the Steam Edition.
MegaSceneryEarth Germany Central Photoreal Scenery for FSX/P3D
Media Format
Immediate Download
Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Prepar3D
File size
28.5 GB

Central Germany is a fair touch smaller than what would be considered North and South Germany, but it still makes up a significant portion of a nation with more than 80m people living there. This add-on for FSX will give you all the help that you need in seeing the beauty of Central Germany and all of its accompanying landmarks, agriculture and industry working together in true harmony. This creates a massively enjoyable world that feels fantastic and is really easy to get into the frame of mind for flying over with a truly beautiful natural landscape making flight much easier.

You won’t find your view being too obscured much as you fly over places like Saxony-Anhalt and Thuringia. Alongside the state of Hesse, these are the only parts of the country which are considered to be landlocked without any kind of international border next to it. This means that the area itself is rather packed, with massive cities running across the center of the nation and making an absolutely stunning for any aircraft at a low enough altitude. To get the most out of your flight, you’ll need to get used to the stunning sight sand sounds that make up the rest of Germany but when you use this package you’ll get to see Central Germany in all of its glory.

The central point itself has been a source of contention over the years; many believe that it has shifted almost continuously since the country itself was first formed. Today, the Niederdola, in Thuringia, is seen to be the most central of the various municipalities that cover Central Germany. This is marked by a large lime tree that was planted after the reunification of Germany in 1990. Other parts of the region that make up Central Germany are Lower Saxony and, originally, Spremberg. All of these have changed, as Germany regularly adjusts and changes its centers of power and structure, meaning that Central Germany itself can be quite a hard thing to pinpoint on any maps or co-ordinates. What is covered in this package, though, typically qualifies for what would be Central Germany.

You should find it really easy to fly around this stunning part of the country, giving you all the help that you need in locating the main cities and airports through detailed flight transmissions that are all accurate in terms of their location and where they are coming from.

The topography of Central Germany means that, as you fly around, you will get to spot some truly stunning landmarks as well as massive cities that span for many screens. The low mountains and naturally beautiful hills of the Mittelgebirge matches up perfectly with the Lower Saxon Hills, the East Hesse highland and the Harz to make up some truly stunning natural landmarks. Although much of Germany is flat, this recreates the site and scale of some of the parts of the nation perfectly, giving you access to Central Germany just as it would look in real aircraft. 

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