Column CarverThe column represents power and glory.
Man has been working with stone almost as long as he has been building. As far back as the advent of fire, people have been creating quicklime and plasters to build shelters. From these humble, practical beginnings, the craft of stonemasonry bloomed into an art form, as masons transformed stone into wonders such as the Pyramids. Ancient public buildings, temples and monuments were primarily made of stone. The different types were, and still are, used for a variety of purposes; igneous rocks like granite are used for their strength, whereas metamorphic rocks such as marble are used primarily for statues and displays. Sedimentary rocks, such as limestone and sandstone, have been used to create some of the most famous buildings in the world.
Building NameColumn Carver
Building ChainMarble Production
EffectsConstruction cost: -5% (province_to_region_own)
Wealth: +5% from cultural buildings (province_to_region_own)
Public order: -1 (province_to_province_own)
Resource production: 20 marble (building_to_building_own)
Religious influence: +1 state religion (region_to_region_own)
Squalor: +2 (region_to_region_own)
Provides Garrison Army
No Garrison Units
No Recruitable Units