TL;DR – Links to every geographical feature mentioned in Humankind so you can explore them if interested
Back we I was working on my Civilization VI map, I started to document all the locations I was using as a basis for the maps, and on the whole, I got some great feedback for that Cartographic Educational Database. With hat in mind, when I was starting my Humankind map, I did the smart thing and put all this data together at the same time, rather than going back over it at a later date doubling up my work. It also is part of my sharing that fun that I got as I learned more about the world we live in.
Below you will find links to Cultures and their Cities, Independent People, Cultural Wonders, Natural Wonders, and Landmarks.
Most of these links will be to the relevant Wikipedia page, just because that is probably the most practical option for most people, but there are some links to other sites where it was the best fit. Also, while I have tried to find easily accessible links to every feature, some of them don’t have that access. There is the odd one here and there, as well as the whole Bantu city list, which you can see below. Before we start, I have to thank the Humankind Wiki for collating all the cities for me so I did not have to dive into the code.
You can see the Full Humankind Map HERE. So let’s dive into the geographical world of Humankind.
To assist with searching, you can jump to
- Cultures and their Cities;
- Independent Peoples;
- Wonders (Cultural Wonders & Natural Wonders);
- Landmarks (Deserts, Forests, Lakes, Mountains & Rivers)