First I started updating other civs' city names in Russia, but it lead to... ...reviewing almost ALL eastern part of the map, and even more. It appeared that these territories had the same issues as Russian city names and city placement. Which regions have been reworked: Scandinavia: new cities in Jutland, Scania, and the north of the peninsula itself, north is completely reworked; The Netherlands: some cities rearranged, new cities added; Germany: some cities rearranged; Occitania: many cities rearranged, some new cities; Poland, Russia, Hungary and Transylvania, Maghreb: some new cities; Baltics: some cities rearranged, some new cities; Balkans, Anatolia, Levant, Egypt, Cyrenaica, Tripolitania: fully reworked. Most Mediterranean islands now have 1 city per tile: Civita, Corfu, Palermo, Palma de Mallorca, and Syracuse are the only ones which occupy 2 tiles. Which civs have been reworked: Arabic civs: more correct transliteration in some places, filled empty settleable tiles of Maghreb with new cities; Bulgaria: expanded names list a little bit northward and southward, up to Morea; Byzantium: Latin language replaced with Greek, now the territory of former Western Roman Empire is less covered; French civs: added diacritical marks; German civs: expanded to Scandinavia, Balkans (without Morea), west and especially northwest of Russia; Hungary: expanded to the all Balkans (except Morea) and some northwestern and northeastern territories; Iberian civs: corrected some city names, added diacritical marks to Portugal and Spain; Italian civs: corrected some city names (especially for Genoa), corrected and expanded colonies in the coast of the Black Sea; Lithuania: expanded to all Poland and nearly half of Russia, added diacritical marks; The Netherlands: expanded to surrounding territories, removed names in the Near East; Poland: corrected some city names, expanded a little to west and southwest, also nearly half of Russia covered now; Russian civs: expanded westward and southward up to Balkans, Italy, Germany, and Scandinavia; Scandinavian civs: corrected some city names, added diacritical marks; Scotland: just made up to date with all changes; Turkey: this is what has triggered all the work. Corrected all city names on the northern coast of the Black Sea. Many other names were corrected too. Expanded to territories up to Vienna, but Transylvania is covered only partially. Also now lists are synchronized with each other, with almost no overlaps. But, as an example: Galich, which occupies 3 tiles for Kiev/Novgorod. 2 of them are Stanislawow for some later civs, because these cities are pretty close to each other, but Stanisławów (modern Ivano-Frankovsk) has been founded only in the 17th century by Poles. The same situation is with nearby Bender and Tiraspol, and some other cities in Scandinavia, Anatolia and Northern Syria. The file with all changes is attached. But there are some issues. Two civs need to change their spawn tile a little bit. They are Arabia and the Netherlands (1st and 4th screenshots). Damascus occupies tiles selected with orange. That iron tile seems like the most accurate place for Damascus. The Netherlands currently spawn at Utrecht, Amsterdam occupies only one tile, selected with orange. Also I think it wouldn't be too much to add one land tile to northeast of Amsterdam. Maybe moving the iron source somewhere southward will be required. Oh, also almost forgot to say that pre-placed Sinop is on the wrong tile too, it should be one tile eastern. More about Arabia. There are some areas that are too fertile. They are not selected with green on 1-3 screenshots and marked as "DESERT" for Arabia/Cordoba/Morocco. I think there is also required rearrangement of resources and oases. Also I have marked two tiles as "LAKE" (Chott el Jerid). Cyrene should be focused to be razed, because I couldn't find any significant city on that tile relevant for Middle Ages, no any information about Sidi Rafaa, even the name in Arabic for more correct transliteration. Need a focus for AI to found 2-3 cities in that area instead (Ajdabiya, Derna, Benghazi/Al-Marj).