CityVille: History decorations make learning fun in your town

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A series of outdoor and history-related decorations have been added to CityVille today, with these items not only tying back into the set of Archeology goals also released in the game, but also being general purpose items that will make any outdoor area in your town that much nicer.

There is one new business here, in the form of the Extreme Sports Store. This business costs 33 City Cash to add to your town, and must be supplied with 130 Goods to stay in business. You'll then gain 780 coins each time you collect your profits. Meanwhile, a new community building is also available, with this being the Natural History Museum. While the T-Rex standing outside the museum might look fierce, the price of this building really isn't. You'll be able to add one to your town for 28,000 coins, and in the process add 800 citizen to your total maximum population.
There are a few decorative items available as well, including the Excavation Site which costs 28 City Cash, and the Tar Pig, which costs 25,000 coins. If you'd like to stay a bit cheaper with your spending, you can buy either a Tent or a Marshmallow Bonfire for 5,000 coins or 8,000 coins, respectively. These four decorations range from a 4% increase in payout to a 32% payout bonus, in the case of the Excavation Site. Make sure to check out the image at the top of this post for all of the details about a specific item.

Personally, we like all of these items, in terms of their physical looks. But it still begs the question - with land expansions costing as much as they do, where are we supposed to put all of these things? We'll let you know if Zynga ever comes up with a better solution.

[Image Credit: Zynga]

Which of these items do you like the most? Do you spend a lot of time adding decorative items to your town for bonuses, or do you prefer to save all of your space for actual businesses and homes? Let us know in the comments.
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