SB 8.15.16

sabhā-catvara-rathyāḍhyāṁ
 vimānair nyarbudair yutām
śṛṅgāṭakair maṇimayair
 vajra-vidruma-vedibhiḥ
Synonyms: 
sabhā — with assembly houses; catvara — courtyards; rathya — and public roads; āḍhyām — opulent; vimānaiḥ — by airplanes; nyarbudaiḥ — not less than ten crores (one hundred million); yutām — endowed; śṛṅga-āṭakaiḥ — with crossroads; maṇi-mayaiḥ — made of pearls; vajra — made of diamonds; vidruma — and coral; vedibhiḥ — with places to sit.
Translation: 
The city was full of courtyards, wide roads, assembly houses, and not less than one hundred million airplanes. The crossroads were made of pearl, and there were sitting places made of diamond and coral.