Map-It Civilization VI: Gathering Storm Full Map – Seas, Lakes, and Bays Oh My! Update

TL;DR – Every single feature of Civilization 6 (at time of posting) in one map, this time with Lakes, Seas, and Oceans

Civilization VI: Gathering Storm. Image Credit: Firaxis Games.

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This week we got the latest update to Civilization VI: Gathering Storm, and along with the boosted Industrial Zones and several pages of patch notes there was the announcement of the game adding water features to its growing list of geographical features. We have mapped Civ VI in the past as part of our Map-It Project, and I am always a completionist, so I thought it would be quick to add in a couple of lakes. Well three solid days of work later and it was not the quick job I expected, but it was a rewarding one as I got to learn more about the geography of the Earth while brushing up on my Māori.

 Now as always, a couple of notes before we start, first the Civilization boundaries on the map are based more on clarity than anything else, so in most cases, they conform to their modern counterparts. We have also worked using the commonly implemented political borders, not necessarily what nations claim, and this means making some judgement calls which you will see below. Also, while all attempts have been made to make sure that everything is accurately placed, putting this together meant working from multiple different sources, and map projections, and as such, no matter how much you try there might be some slight discrepancies here and there.


We will be mostly going over the new additions and changes to the map in this update, if you want to learn more about some of the location choices that we made you can find more detail in our First Full Civilization Big Map and out Gathering Storm Update Map.  

Finally, after the break there will be a lot of large images, so now is the time to check that you are on WiFi and are not using Mobile Data. Also a quick shout out to sonicmyst, God of Kings, Eagle Pursuit, Zaarin and SeelingCat over at the Civfanatics Forum for helping me with some of the obscure lakes I was having trouble locating.    

Africa

Map of Africa in Civilization VI: Gathering Storm featuring Egypt, Nubia, Congo, Mali and The Zulu.
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We begin our tour with Africa, the home of civilization, out of all the maps, this is one with probably the least major changes. This is because most of the lakes had already been added in and because the continent is still a bit light when it comes to civilizations so it does not have the coverage of some of the others.

One area that was already very crowded and now is even more so is the Nile Delta, I’m not sure how much more I can fit in there, but we’ll see. Another note, you might see some odd Ocean names here and there in some of the maps, there have been a number of prehistoric Oceans added in as part of the features list. In these maps what I have done is put them as close as is practically possible as they would appear today. Also, I still hope they add Ethiopia one day, for no other reason that it would be great to fill in that Nile map one day.

Europe

A Map of Europe from Civilization VI: Gathering Storm featuring Scotland, England, Spain, France, Germany, Rome, The Netherlands, Poland, Hungary, Norway, Sweden, Russia, Scythia, Georgia, Macedon, Greece, and The Ottomans
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Well, our next area is the one that has probably had the biggest change since our last map. Part of this is because Europe has the most civilizations so it took a lot of work to get everything to fit in places. But also I took advantage of the new map to fix two of the issues that were really grating to me. The first was the German coastline, which I was never happy with, and now looks a lot better, though it necessitated some river realignments which took a long time.

The second big change is that we can see our first European Insert in this map with The Netherlands. In the last map it became clear that there were too many features in the one small area but I sort of made it work, however with lakes in the mix, there was no way it would not look awful, so I sidestepped that and moved it out to an insert that I am much happier about.

This is also a good time to talk about how the sausage is made. Because this is made in Photoshop and uses multiple layers to make it work, it meant that adding lakes took a very long time. To keep them consistent across all the maps and in places where there was no territory, this meant removing layers until you hit the blue background, which was fine in some places, but it others meant that the one lake needed multiple layers to be edited which took a surprising about of time. Indeed just the lakes took over 1 and a half days of solid work to add.    

Fennoscandia

A Map of Fennoscandia from Civilization VI Gathering Storm featuring Norway, Sweden, and Russia
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With the update comes some changes to the greater Scandinavian Peninsular, mostly from the large numbers of lakes added into Norway. Also, I thought I had added enough detail to the water systems near Stockholm but I was wrong. Finally, I had wondered whether to add Finland’s lakes when I made the map last time, but when you look at a map of Finland’s lakes, it becomes quite daunting. This meant that I opted for the ‘gah leave it alone’ choice last time. Well, this time we had an addition, so Finland I hope you are happy because one of you thousands of lakes are now in the game.

The Mediterranean

A Mediterranean Map of Civilization VI Gathering Storm featuring Spain, France, Rome, Macedon, Greece, The Ottomans, Phoenicia, and Egypt
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Given that The Mediterranean once went by many names like “The Great Sea” it would not be surprising to find out that it has probably the largest concentration of new ocean features added in this update. I got quite familiar with all the different gulfs in and around Chalkidiki which took some creative manoeuvring to get them to fit. I’m still not quite happy with how the Black Sea coastline looks, and I might look at fixing that in the next update.     

The Middle East and Central Asia

A Middle East and Central Asia map of Civilization VI Gathering Storm featuring The Ottomans Persia, Sumeria, Arabia, India, Egypt, and Nubia
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When we look at The Middle East and Central Asia we come across my biggest surprise when putting this list together. There is not a single lake used in the entire Arabian Peninsula. There is also that big Babylon shaped hole in this map that I am still wondering if it will be filled.  

Turkey

Turkey map of Civilization VI Gathering Storm featuring The Ottomans, Georgia, and Phoenicia
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Turkey has and continues to be the most complicated part of the map. We have cities from Greece, Macedonia, Persia, Arabia, Phoenicia, and The Ottomans with City States and Natural and World Wonders on top of that. This meant that there had to be some creative manoeuvring of some of the lakes around some of the features. All of this makes the prospect of them adding in Byzantium at some point to be a little terrifying as there is very little room left.  

Russia

Russia map of Civilization VI Gathering Storm featuring Russia, Mongolia, and China
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Once again there have been no major changes to Russia this time around, however, as it was the only Civilization that ended up not being featured intact in any one single map I thought it would be good to give it a little feature here.

Asia

Asia map of Civilization VI Gathering Storm featuring Russia, Mongolia, China, Korea, Japan, India, Khmer, and Indonesia
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There are very few changes of note to East Asia, but I did get to increase my knowledge about Indonesian lakes so that’s something. Also once again we get more additions to The Philippines, even though there is no Civilization attached to it. We’ll talk a bit more about that a bit later. One thing that did become clear this time around is that I am not happy with how Japan looks on this map, and I think if I come back to this map in the future then I will have to update it.  

Oceania

An Oceania map of Civilization VI Gathering Storm featuring Indonesia, Australia, and The Maori.
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Now we come to my part of the world as we explore Australia, New Zealand, and the surrounding area with Oceania. With Australia, I had to do some interesting calculations as to how to represent the lakes, as most of them are at best seasonal, but many of them are just large salt pans. So I went with my heart and made them as big as they would be if there was a real rain event.

Another difficult area to get everything to fit ended up being New Zealand, which is once again probably the most feature dense region on the map. I had to do some creative manoeuvring around to get all the lakes to fit around Taupo. However, with the addition of Lake Taupo, I can now say that you should do yourself a favour and google the Huka Falls. Also, Oceania has one of only two cases of a name double up in all of the new water features.     

North and Central America

North and Central America map of Civilization VI Gathering Storm featuring Canada, America, The Cree, and The Aztec.
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We now head over to the Americas and we come across our second new insert for this map with the Valley of Mexico making an appearance. It was already crowded on the map and while I could get some of the lakes to fit, it just looked bad, so to an insert it goes, and it looks a lot better. With North America, we also get our second and final dual sea location with the Hudson Bay and I got to add some more of Canada’s many, many, many lakes.  

South America

South America map of Civilization VI Gathering Storm featuring Brazil, The Inca, and the Mapuche.
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With South America we get another map where not a whole lot has changed, however, it does seem that I did not predict very will which lakes would be important when doing the base map.     

Unlinked Geographical Features

Map of unlinked geographic features in Civilization VI Gathering Storm
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Over on the Civfanatics forum, user Luxerne went through the code and collated a list of Geographical features that exist in the game but who are not tied to any pre-existing civilization. The hope being to find if there are any areas that stand out where we could see a potential new civilization. After mapping it out my gut says that in most cases it just feels like these are extra features added in case someone blows through their own list.

There are a lot of features in The Philippines, which is interesting but with Manilla being on the Spain city list, it could just be that someone in the Firaxis office is a Philippines fan. There are also a couple of cases in and around Turkey that seems to be mistaken omissions from civilization lists more than anything else. However, after all of that, there is one area where this might draw some fruit because there are a lot of geographic features in Ethiopia that are not tied to any civilization, but that might just be wishful thinking on my part for wanting Ethiopia in the game.     

Full Map

Full world map of Civilization VI Gathering Storm featuring all current civilizations.
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Well all good things must come to an end and so here is all of Civilization VI: Gathering Storm mapped out in the one map. It is also a BIG map so if you expand it please give it a moment to chug into life.

I hope you have enjoyed this look at the world of Civilization VI: Gathering Storm, if you liked it you are welcome to leave a tip, but more importantly, let us know what you thought in the comment below. Also, if you want to learn more about many of the features on the map, I have a set of links below that you can use to discover more.   

CivilizationsAmerica, Arabia, Australia, The Aztec, Brazil, Canada, China, The Cree, The Dutch, Egypt, England, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, The Inca, India, Indonesia, Japan, The Khmer, Kongo, Korea, Macedonia, Mali, The Māori, The Mapuche, Mongolia, Norway, Nubia, The Ottomans, Persia, Phoenicia, Poland, Rome, Russia, Scotland, The Scythians, Spain, Sumeria, Sweden & The Zulu.    

City StatesAkkad, Antioch, Armagh, AntananarivoAuckland, Babylon, Bandar Brunei, Bologna, Brussels, Buenos Aires, Cahokia, Cardiff, Fez, Geneva, Grenada, Hattusa, Hong Kong, Jerusalem, Kabul, Kandy, Kumasi, La Venta, Lisbon, Mexico City, Mohenjo-Daro, Muscat, Nan Madol, Nazca, Ngazargamu, Palenque, Preslav, Rapa Nui, Valletta, Vilnius, Yerevan & Zanzibar.

World WondersAlhambra, Amundsen-Scott Research Station, Angkor Wat, Apadana, Big Ben, Bolshoi Theatre, Broadway, Casa de Contratación, Chichen Itza, Colosseum, Colossus, Cristo Redentor, Eiffel Tower, Estádio do Maracanã, Forbidden City, Golden Gate Bridge, Great Bath, Great Library, Great Lighthouse, Great Zimbabwe, Hagia Sophia, Hanging Gardens, Hermitage, Huey Teocalli, Jebel Barkal, Kilwa Kisiwani, Kotoku-in, Machu Picchu, Mahabodhi Temple, Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, Meenakshi Temple, Mont St. Michel, Oracle, Országház, Oxford University, Panama Canal, Petra, Potala Palace, Pyramids, Ruhr Valley, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Statue of Liberty, Stonehenge, Sydney Opera House, Taj Mahal, Temple of Artemis, Terracotta Army, University of Sankoré & Venetian Arsenal.

Natural WondersChocolate Hills, Cliffs of Dover, Crater Lake, Dead Sea, Delicate Arch, Eye of the Sahara, Eyjafjallajökull, Galápagos Islands, Giant’s Causeway, Gobustan, Great Barrier Reef, Hạ Long Bay, Ik-Kil, Lake Retba, Lysefjord, Mato Tipila, Matterhorn, Mount Everest, Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Roraima, Mt. Vesuvius, Pamukkale, Pantanal, Piopiotahi, Sahara el Beyda, Torres del Paine, Tsingy de Bemaraha, Ubsunur Hollow, Uluru, Yosemite & Zhangye Danxia

Lakes Água Vermelha, Altyevatnet, aManzamnyama, Aral Sea, Baengnokdam, Bakhtegan Lake, Bassenthwaite Lake, Blåsjø, Boeung Kak, Bourget Lake, Budi Lake, Buwełno Lake, Caburgua Lake, Chao Lake, Chinchayqucha, Conison Lake, Dąbie Lake , Dal Lake, Derwentwater Lake, Dipor Bil, Dobskie Lake , Doiran Lake, Dongting Lake , El Bricial, Feldges Lake, Femunden, Fucine Lake, Galletué Lake, Great Bear Lake, Great Bitter Lake, Great Salt Lake, Great Slave Lake, Greenlee Lough, Guarapiranga, Hāmūn Lake, Hawr as Sadiyah, Heaven Lake, Hjälmaren, Hongze Lake, Hornindalsvatnet, Hulun Lake, Ichkeul Lake, Iliamna Lake, Issyk-Kul Lake, Kartsakhi Lake, Khar-Us Lake, Khövsgöl Lake, Khyargas Lake, Kilunda Lake, Kolleru Lake, Königssee, Kosi Lake , Lac de Grand-Lieu, Lagoa dos Patos, Laguna de Bay, Lake Adapaskaw, Lake Aiguebelette, Lake Alakol, Lake Albert, Lake Amadeus, Lake Ammer, Lake Annecy, Lake Antogo, Lake Aougoundou, Lake Atitlán, Lake Baikal, Lake Balaton, Lake Balkhash, Lake Bangweulu, Lake Bardawil, Lake Benacus, Lake Beyşehir, Lake Biwa, Lake Bolsena, Lake Bracciano, Lake Bujon, Lake Burdur, Lake Carnegie, Lake Chalco, Lake Champlain, Lake Chiemsee, Lake Chon, Lake Constance, Lake Copais, Lake Débo, Lake Disappointment, Lake Eğirdir, Lake Enol, Lake Ercina, Lake Erie, Lake Eyre, Lake Faguibine, Lake Fertő, Lake Frome, Lake Geneva, Lake Gopło, Lake Grevelingen, Lake Habbaniyah, Lake Hammar, Lake Hauroko, Lake Hévíz, Lake Huron, Lake Idku, Lake Ijssel, Lake Inawashiro, Lake Iseo, Lake İznik, Lake Karla, Lake Kasumigaura, Lake Kawaguchi, Lake Khanka, Lake Khasan, Lake Kivu, Lake Koroneia, Lake Kummerow, Lake Ladoga, Lake Larius, Lake Louise, Lake Mackay, Lake Mai Ndombe, Lake Mamry, Lake Manapōuri, Lake Manzala, Lake Mariout, Lake Marken, Lake Matano, Lake Mer-Wer, Lake Michigan, Lake Mistassini, Lake Müritz, Lake Mweru, Lake Nakaumi, Lake Nhlabane, Lake Niangay, Lake Nicaragua, Lake Niegocin, Lake Nipigon, Lake Nyasa, Lake of Banyoles, Lake of Naarden, Lake of the Woods, Lake Okeechobee, Lake Onega, Lake Ontario, Lake Paliastomi, Lake Peipus, Lake Poso, Lake Prespa, Lake Pukaki, Lake Puwpu, Lake Rotoiti, Lake Rotomahana, Lake Rotorua, Lake Saimaa, Lake Saint Lucia, Lake Schwerin, Lake Sentarum, Lake Sevan, Lake Shinji, Lake Sibhayi, Lake Starnberg, Lake Superior, Lake Szelid, Lake Tahoe, Lake Tai, Lake Tana, Lake Tanganyika, Lake Taupo, Lake Taymyr, Lake Te Anau, Lake Texcoco, Lake Titiqaqa, Lake Toba, Lake Torrens, Lake Towuti, Lake Trasimene, Lake Trichonida, Lake Tumba, Lake Turkana, Lake Tuz, Lake Urmia, Lake Van, Lake Vegoritida, Lake Velence, Lake Verbanus, Lake Victoria, Lake Vistonida, Lake Vólvi, Lake Waikaremoana, Lake Wakatipu, Lake Walchen, Lake Wanaka, Lake Windermere, Lake Winnebago, Lake Winnipeg , Lake Winnipegosis, Lake Xaltocan, Lake Xochimilco, Lake Yeak Laom, Lake Zumpango, Lauwers Lake, Limingen, Loch Awe, Loch Coruisk, Loch Finlaggan, Loch Lomond, Loch Maree, Loch Morar, Loch Ness, Loch Tay, Loktak Lake, Łuknajno Lake, Maharloo Lake, Mälaren, Mallalafquén, Mjøsa, Mosvatnet, Mundaú Lagoon, Namak Lake, Nisser, Norsjø, Oreti Lake, Orós Lake, Øyeren, Pallqaqucha, Pangong Tso, Paravani Lake, Pariwanaqucha, Plauer See, Poyang Lake, Qinghai Lake, Reindeer Lake, Represa de eng Souza Dias, Rinihue Lake, Røssvatnet, Saaler Bodden, Samji Lake, Sanabria Lake, Sarygamysh Lake, Schaalsee, Sea of Galilee, Selbusjøen, Shuswap Lake, Snåsavatnet, Śniardwy, Steinhuder Meer, Storsjön, Tabatskuri, Te Waihora, Tinnsjøen, Tonle Bati Lake, Tonlé Sap, Tyrifjorden, Ullswater Lake, Utikuma Lake, Uvs Lake, Vänern, Vättern, Vembanad Lake, Wabamun Lake, Wakaw Lake, Waskesiu Lake, West Lake, West Nubian Lake, Wojnowo Lake, Wollaston Lake & Yanaqucha.

Seas – Abu Gir Bay, Adriatic Sea, Aegean Sea, Ago Bay, Alauquen, Alboran Sea, All Saints Bay, Andaman Sea, Arabian Sea, Arafura Sea, Baffin Bay, Baía de São José, Baía de São Marcos, Baie de la Seine, Baie de Somme, Baltic Sea, Banda Sea, Bay of Arauco, Bay of Arguin, Bay of Beirut, Bay of Bengal, Bay of Biscay, Bay of Campeche, Bay of Concepción, Bay of Fundy, Bay of Gibraltar, Bay of Kompong Som, Bay of Mecklenburg, Bay of Pomerania, Bay of Santander, Beaufort Sea, Bering Sea, Bismarck Sea, Black Sea, Bohai Sea, Botany Bay, Bracklesham Bay, Bridgwater Bay, Bristol Channel, Busan Bay, Caribbean Sea, Caspian Sea, Caulín Bay, Celebes Sea, Celtic Sea, Ceram Sea, Chesapeake Bay, Chukchi Sea, Coral Sea, Dollart, East China Sea, East Siberian Sea, Edsviken, English Channel, Firth of Clyde, Firth of Forth, Flensburg Firth, Flores Sea, Foul Bay, Frobisher Bay, Gdańsk Bay, Genkai Sea, Georgian Bay, German Bight, Great Australian Bight, Greenland Sea, Guanabara Bay, Gulf of Aden, Gulf of Alaska, Gulf of Aqaba, Gulf of Bothnia, Gulf of Cadiz, Gulf of California, Gulf of Carpentaria, Gulf of Corinth, Gulf of Finland, Gulf of Gabès, Gulf of Guayaquil, Gulf of Guinea, Gulf of Hammamet, Gulf of Izmir, Gulf of Lion, Gulf of Mannar, Gulf of Mexico, Gulf of Morbihan, Gulf of Oman, Gulf of Panama, Gulf of Papua, Gulf of Roses, Gulf of Saint Lawrence, Gulf of Suez, Gulf of Tehuantepec, Gulf of Thailand, Gulf of Tonkin, Gulf of Toroneos, Gulf of Tunis, Gulf of Valencia, Gwangpo Bay, Hann Bay, Hanöbukten, Hardangerfjorden, Heligoland Bight, Hudson Bay, Ionian Sea, Irish Sea, Jade Bight, Jawa Sea, Jervis Bay, Joseph Bonaparte Gulf, Kanholmsfjarden, Kara Sea, Korea Bay, Kosi Bay, Labrador Sea, Lake Maracaibo, Lakshadweep Sea, Laptev Sea, Levantine Sea, Libyan Sea, Ligurian Sea, Lincoln Sea, Massachusetts Bay, Mediterranean Sea, Molucca Sea, Mont-Saint-Michel Bay, Moray Firth, Morecamby Bay, Mozambique Channel, Mutsu Bay, Nordfriesisches Wattenmeer, North Sea, Norwegian Sea, Paracas Bay, Persian Gulf, Philippine Sea, Pitsunda Bay, Puñihuil, Red Sea, Sagami Bay, Saltsjön, San Francisco Bay, Sangareya Bay, Sargasso Sea, Saronic Gulf, Scotia Sea, Sea of Azov, Sea of Crete, Sea of Hyūga, Sea of Japan, Sea of Marmara, Sea of Okhotsk, Sea of the Hebrides, Seto Sea, Singitic Gulf, Sodwana Bay, Sognefjorden, Solomon Sea, Solway Firth, South China Sea, Storfjorden, Strymonian Gulf, Sukhumi Bay, Sulu Sea, Tasman Sea, Te ara a Kiwa, Te Matau-a-Maui, Te Moana-a-Toi, Te Moana-o-Raukawa, Te Tai-o-Aorere, Te Tai-o-Rrehua, Te Whanganui-a-Tara, The Minch, The Wash, Thermaic Gulf, Thracian Sea, Tikapa Moana, Timor Sea, Trondheimsfjorden, Tyrrhenian Sea, Umzinto Bay, Vestfjorden, Wadden Sea, Waitematā, White Sea, Winipekw, Yatsushiro Sea, Yellow Sea, Yof Bay & Zuiderzee.

Oceans – Antarctic Ocean, Arctic Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Iapetus Ocean, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Panthalassic Ocean, Rheic Ocean & Tethys Ocean.

Rivers: Abukuma River, Achelous River, Agno River, Alazani River, Amiskwasipi, Amazon River, Amu Darya, Amnok RiverAmur River , Apurimaq MayuAras River, Arkansas River, Arno RiverAtbarah River, Athabasca River, Atoyac River, Awriq Mayu, Ayung River, Bahr Yussef, Balsas River, Bani River, Barada River, Barito River, Bassac River, Batang Hari River, Beirut River, Bengawan Solo, Bío Bío RiverBrahmaputra River, Brisbane RiverBug River, Bukhan River, Chinchipe River, Coatzacoalcos RiverColorado River, Columbia RiverCongo River, Cooper’s Creek, Dal River, Danube River, Darling River, Daugava River, Diyala River, Delaware River, Dnieper River, Dniester RiverDon River, Douro River, Dunajec RiverElbe River, Ebro River, Enguri River, Euphrates, Eurotas River, Fraser River, Gambia River, Ganges, Geum River, Guadalquivir River, Guadiana RiverGlomma RiverGodavari RiverGreat Zab River, GudbrandsdalslågenHai River, Haliacmon River, Han River, Hutt River, IjsselImjin River, Indal RiverIndus RiverInkisi River, Irrawaddy River, Ishikari RiverItata River, Jājrūd River, Jordan River, Júcar River, Kapuas RiverKarkheh RiverKarun River, Kasai River, Kâ-têpwêwi Sipi, Kaveri River, Kawarau RiverKawatiri River, Kerülen River, Khabur RiverKisiskaciwani-sipiy River, Kitakami River, Kızılırmak River, Klara River, Körös River, Kshipra River, Kura River, Lek, Lena RiverLimpopo RiverLitani RiverLoire River, Lule River, Mackenzie River, Madeira River, Mahakam River, Mamberamo RiverMaipo River, Manto Sipi, Mapocho River, Mareb River, Maritsa River, Mata-Au RiverMaule RiverMedjerda River, Mekong River, Meuse River, Mississippi River, Missouri River, Mixteco RiverMogami River, Mtkvari River, Murat RiverMurray River, Murrumbidgee River, Musi River, Narew River, Narmada River, Nestos River, Nile River, Niger River, Northern Dvina River, Noteć River, Numedal Slågen, Ob River, Ochekwi-Sipi, Oder River, Ofanto RiverOhio RiverOkavango River, Orange River, Orinoco River, Orkhon River, Orontes RiverOtra RiverPapaloapan River, Paraguay River, Paraná River, Paroo River, Pearl River, Po RiverPotomac RiverPowinogow Sipi, Putumayu River, Rába River, Rangitikei River, Rakaia River, Rauma River, Red River (Canada), Red River (Vietnam)Rhine RiverRhône River, Rio Grande, Rio Negro, Rioni River, River Avon, River Clyde, River Dee, River Eden, River ForthRiver Great OuseRiver SevernRiver Spey, River Tay, River TeesRiver ThamesRiver Trent,  River Welland, Rosetta RiverRubicon River, Saint Lawrence River, Sakarya River, Salween River, San River, Sankarani River, Sankuru RiverSão Francisco RiverSarasvali River, Scheldt RiverSefīd RiverSeine River, Se Kong River, Seomjin River, Senegal RiverShinano River, Songhua River, Srepok River, Struma River, Susquehanna RiverSyr Darya River, Tagus River, Tapiskwan SipiTarim River, Te Awakairangi, Tehuantepec River, Tenryū RiverTeshio River, Tiber River, Tigris, Tisza River, Tocantins River, Toltén River, Tonalá River, Tone River, Tonlé San River, Tonlé Sap River, Tongariro River, Torne RiverTruful-Truful RiverTshuapa River, Tugela RiverTuul River, Ucayali River, Umfolozi RiverUmzimkulu River, Umzinyathi River, Ural River, Vardar RiverVolga RiverVistula River, Waal, Wadi Al-Batin, Wadi al-Rummah, Wadi Hanifa, Waiau River, Waiapu RiverWaikato River, Waimakariri River, Waitaki River, Wallaqa MayuWarrego River, Warta River, Wazalafken River, Wei River, Weser River, WillkamayuWisłoka River, Wuskwi Sipi, Yamuna RiverYangtze RiverYellow River, Yenisei River, Yeşilirmak RiverYukon River, Zagyva RiverZambezi River, Zavkhan RiverZāyandé River.  

DesertsAccona Desert, ad-Dahna Desert, An Nafud, Arabian DesertAtacama Desert, Bayuda DesertBłędów DesertChihuahuan DesertColorado Plateau DesertDanakil DesertDasht-e Kavir, Dasht-e LutDasht-e Margo, El DjoufGibson DesertGobi DesertGreat Basin Desert, Great Sand SeaGreat Sandy DesertGreat Victoria DesertHamad Desert, Karakum Desert, Karapınar Desert, Kyzylkum DesertLemnos Desert, Libyan Desert, ManiototoMojave DesertNamib Desert, Nubian Desert, Ogaden Desert, Patagonian Desert, Qattara Depression, Qoz Abu Dulu, Rangipo Desert, Registan Desert, Rub’ al Khali, Sahara Desert, Sechura Desert, Simpson DesertSinai Desert, Sonoran DesertTabernas Desert, Taklamakan Desert, Tanami Desert, Tanezrouft BasinTengger Sand Sea, Thal DesertThar Desert.

Volcanoes: Ağrı Dağı, Agung, Ambrym, Allarps Bjär Volcano, Arthur’s Seat, Asama, AskjaAvachinsky, Ball’s PyramidBayuda Volcanic Field, Beerenberg, Bezymianny, Budj Bim, Catoca Volcano, Chhachani, Chi Gag, Citlaltépetl, Colima, Cosigüina, Damavand, Elbrus, ErebusErta Ale, Frualid Volcano, FujiGaleras, Gällabjer Volcano, Galunggung, GrímsvötnHåkon Mosby Volcano, Haleakalā, Hallasan, Hamp’atu, Harrat Khaybar, Huaynaputina, Hudson, Ilopango, Kazbek, Kelud, Khorgo, Kīlauea, Koryaksky, Krakatoa, Laacher See, Larderello Volcano, Lautaro Volcano, LlaimaLonquimay Volcano, Mauna Loa, Mawson PeakMayonMethana VolcanoMount Barren, Mount ErciyesMount Etna, Mount HasanMount HypipameeMount Merapi, Mount Napier, Mount NgauruhoeMount PaektuMount Pelée, Mount Rainier, Mount SabalanMount Saint Helens, Mount Scenery, Mount TaraweraMount TaranakiMount Tibrogargan, Mount Tongariro, Nabro, NemrutNevado Del Ruiz, NisyrosNovarupta, Nyiragongo, Ojos del Salado, Ostrzyca, Phanom Rung Volcano, Phlegraean Fields, Pico do Cabugi, Pihanga, PinatuboPopocatépetl, Puy de Dôme, Quizapu, Qurupuna, Rallate Volcano, Rangitoto, RuapehuRucapillán, Sahand, Sakurajima, Santa María, Sawanqaya, Semeru, ShiveluchSollipulli VolcanoSoufrière Hills Volcano, Stromboli, Taal, Tambora, Taupo VolcanoTeideThera, Tseax Cone, Ulawun, Undara, Uwinas, Unzen, Vulsini, Whakaari, Yak LoumYellowstone Caldera & Zuidwal Volcano.

Mountain Ranges: Akaishi MountainsAladagh Mountains, Aladağlar Mountains, Alaskan RangeAlborz MountiansAleutian Range, Alps, Altai Mountains, AndesAnnamite Mountains, Antilibanus Mountains, Apennines, Appalachians, Arakan Mountains, Aravalli Range, Arrochar AlpsAsir Mountains, Atlas Mountains, Baekdudaegan, Baetic Cordillera, Baikal Mountains, Balele Mountain, Balkan Mountains, Bandiagara EscarpmentBambouk Mountains, Bargylus Mountains, Barisan Mountains, Beskid Mountains, Bieszczady Mountains, Black Forest Mountains, Blue MountainsBükk Mountains, Cairngorms, Cantábrica, Carpathian MountainsCascade RangeCaucasus Mountains, Chersky RangeCheviot Hills, Chianti Mountains, Coast Mountains, Cordillera de Nahuelbuta, Cordillera de Queule, Cordillera del Cóndor, Cordillera del Mahuidanche, Crystal Mountains, CuillinCumbrian Fells, Dâmrei Mountains, Dângrêk Mountains, Dinarides, Dolomites, Dongdae Mountains, Dovrefjell, Drakensberg, Espinhaço Mountains, Gagra Range, Galician Massif, Gebel al-Ain, Ghats, Gissar Range, Grampians, Great Dividing Range, Gwazhal, Hamersley Range, Hamrin Mountains, Hardangervidda, Harz, Hengduan Mountains, Hida Mountains, Hijaz MountainsHimalayas, Hindu Kush, Hoggar Mountains, Hombori Mountain, Hondsrug, Huiarau Range, Iyang-Argapura, Jabal Haraz, Jebel Abyad Plateau, Jebel Nagashush, Jotunheimen, Jura Mountains, Kaçkar Mountains, Kaikoura Range, Kaimai RangeKamikōchi, Kananaskis Range, Karakoram, Karkas MountainsKarkonosze Mountains, Kebnekaise Massif, Khangai Mountains, Khentii Mountains, Khingan Range, Kiso Mountains, Kopet Dag Range, Köýtendag Range, Kőzeg Mountains, Krâvanh Mountains, Kunlun Mountains, Lebanon Mountains, Lebombo Mountains, Lefka Ori, Likhi Range, Lower Rhine HeightsMackenzie Mountains, MacDonnell Ranges, Manding Mountains, Mantiqueira Mountains, Massif Central, Mátra Mountains, Meratus Mountains, Meskheti Range, Monadhliath Mountains, Mont Blanc Massif, Montes de Toledo, Neblina Massif, Nikanassin Range, Norra Storfjället, North York Moors, Nuba Mountains, Nur Mountains, Owen Stanley Range, Ore Mountains, Pacaraima Mountains, Pamirs Mountains, Pat-kai, Pelion RangePennines, Pindus, Pir Panjal Range, Pontic Alps, Purvanchal Mountains, Putorana Plateau, Pyrenees, Qandil MountainsQinling, Raukumara Range, Red Sea HillsRhodope Mountains, Rimutaka Range, Rocky Mountains, Rondane Massif, Rwenzori Mountains, Sallandse Hill Ridge, Sarat Mountains, Satpura Range, Sayan MountainsScandes, Semien Mountains, Serra da Chela, Serra da Leba, Serra do Mar, Serra do MocoSerra dos Órgãos, Serra Londanuim, Shropshire Hills, Sibillini Mountains, Sierra Chichinautzin, Sierra de Tamaulipas, Sierra Madre Mountains, Sierra Nevada (Spain), Sierra Nevada (America), Sinai High Mountains, Sinjar Mountains, Snowy Mountains, Sobaek Mountains, Stanovoy Mountain Range, Sylan, Taebaek Mountains, Talysh Mountains, Tararua RangeTatra Mountains, Taurus Mountains, Taygetus Massif, Tengger Massif, Thuringian Forest Mountains, Tibesti Mountains, Tian Shan, Tiritiri-o-te-moana, Titiwangsa Mountains, Trialeti Range, Urals, Urubamba RangeUtrecht Hill RidgeVeluwe, Verkhoyansk Range, Vermilion Range, Vermio Mountains, Vindhyas Range, Voras Mountain Range, Vosges, Waytapallana WallaWaywash WallaWillkanuta RangeWillkapampa RangeYana Walla, Yeongnam AlpsYuraq WallaZagros Mountains, Zarafshan Range & Zempoaltépetl.  

By Brian MacNamara: You can follow Brian on Twitter Here, when he’s not chatting about Movies and TV, he’ll be talking about International Relations, or the Solar System.

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Credits

Lead Designer – Ed Beach
Lead Engineer – Ken Grey
Producers – Dennis Shirk & Sarah Lynn
Art Director –Brian Busatti
Music – Geoff Knorr,  Phill Boucher, Roland Rizzo & Christopher Tin
Developer – Firaxis Games
Publisher – 2K

– All Natural Wonder, World Wonder & Tile Improvement graphics were created by the artists at Firaxis Games.

– The World Map that we used as a base several iterations ago was created by ‘San Jose’ which is shared with a Creative Commons Licence.

– The Nation detail maps America, Antarctica, Canada, China, Europe Relief, Fiji, Germany, Greece, Hawaii, Italy, India, New Zealand, Netherlands, Samoa, Scandinavia, South Africa, Spain, Tonga, Valley of Mexico that we used for reference were shared with a Creative Commons Licence or was in the public domain created by Alexrk2, Antigoni, E Pluribus Anthony, Fut Perf, Htonl, Koyos, Li Chao, NASA, NordNordWest, Silver Spoon, Yavidaxiu & Yug.

– The River Maps that we used as a guide for this map was shared with a Creative Commons Licence or in the Public Domain, Amazon, Amu Darya, Amur, Aras, Colorado, Columbia, Congo, Danube, Dnieper, Don, Elbe, Fraser, Indus, Karun, Kizilirmak, Kuban, Lena, Liao, Limpopo, Loire, Mackenzie, Mekong and Irrawaddy, Niger, Nile, Ob, Okavango, Pearl, Rhein, Río de la Plata, Sefīd, Saint Lawrence, São Francisco, Syr Darya, Tarim, Tigris and The Euphrates, Vistula, Volga, Yangtze, Yellow, Yenisei, Yukon, Zambezi,  by authors СафроновАВ, DEMIS, Emma Pease, Francis McLloyd, Hel-Hama, Imagico, Keenan Pepper, Kmusser, MatthiasKabel, Qyd, Shannon1, Sting, Ulamm & The United Nations.


Disclosure – I am a moderator on the site Civfanatics of which several staff and players are members of the ‘Frankenstein Testing Group’, Firaxis Games internal playtesting team. I am not part of this team nor do I have any links with Firaxis Games or 2K.

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