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Old 05-23-2020, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default Tourist guide to DCS

I have been struggling to find something that points out the unique landmarks in DCS across the maps. I know there is a long tunnel for example that the GR used for a video, another great long valley for NOE flying, but these dont seem to be documented anywhere so if its not been done Im debating creating a Scenic tours guide to the maps to follow up on my previous attempt at airfields if anyone wants to call out a specific landmark in any of the maps worthy of attention. Im thinking of 2-3 lines, a GPS Coordinate and a description like a good old fashioned driving guide if people have any areas they want to contribute.

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Old 05-25-2020, 10:00 AM   #2
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If you look through the maps subforums or even at youtube you can find some tours.
For Caucasus I remember Inguri Dam, Roki Tunnel and maybe Elbrus Peek. Valleys are everywhere.
In Nevada you can take a look at Hoover Dam, Colorado canyon (not Great one) and ofc Vegas.
PG has some ruins, dam and lots of landmarks and buildings of Dubai.
Normandy has a lot of of real places added too.
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