Heh, just before completion. Its design and construction are described in the Pharaoh Heaven Game Help forum thread "Hectic Heh". These points may be of interest:
* All houses are stately manors or fancy residences.
* The palace, mansion, temple complex, festival square, and manors are together.
* A wall surrounds the city except in defensive positions with lots of towers.
* All roads, including the rerouted Kingdom Road, are connected.
* Schools, libraries, mortuaries, and senet house are kept supplied with goods.
* Every entertainment venue has a show part of the time.
* No long (or forced) walks.
* Regular traffic goes through the festival square.
* Festivals were not thrown.
* There are 6 academy-trained forts, 6 warships, and 4 transports.
* Supplies of food are kept to last through a series of terrible floods.
* No "future history" or spoilers were used except there was no "rescue" gift.
* No debt.
* Personal funds were not used.
I intended to delete nothing that I built, but ended up exchanging a house (with poor entertainment coverage) with a water supply.
If the last burial provision is dispatched, the mission ends at the end of the month with these results:
Difficulty: Very Hard
If the last burial provision is not dispatched, the city will run for over 16 years (if the battles are won), including over 12 years before a worker shortage occurs.
There are also 10 progressive saves, from May of the 1st year and Dec of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, and 13th years.