June 27th, 2011 - Added Stone resource UPDATE June 7, 2011 Added Denmark DLC; though still located in Oslo to have a major civ in Scandinavia. Moved Genoa to Benghazi Tweaked Oil very slightly UPDATE - VERSION 3 uploaded! I completely revamped the map to deal with the 3 space minimum change; moved starting positions for Spain (N/E) and Berlin (E) from proper locations to allow better city settling ability. Completely reworked resources - less food and placed more strategically to allow for "realistic" city growth/population. Toned down luxury resources, but still enough to go around. Strategic have been adjusted but still in realistic locations and quantites adequate to field significant armies. Hi Everyone; This is a new map of Europe, the Med, North Africa and the fertile Crescent. It is very similar to my Europe map for Civ4 but with a bit more added to the east. I put this map together specifically for CiV, it is not a transfer. Here's the link to the database file: http://forums.civfanatics.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=15822 CIVs: Arabia Babylon Egypt England France Germany Greece Ottoman Rome Russia Carthage - Songhai Spain Vikings - Japan The Huns - Mongols Celts - Iroquois (starting location is Budapest; would have used Vienna to represent Hallstatt but pushed them East to balance play a little. There are also 26 City States on the map; most are in historical locations. Those that did not originate in these regions have had the city name changed and have been placed in city locations that I felt have some importance. As always the map is plentiful in resources which are also in realistic locations. This is done to allow players to build a city congested empire/map while allowing each city to be realistically large and productive. Note: this will speed up game play and increase AI advantages making higher difficulty levels even more challenging I will keep improving and modifying the map as we go. If anyone finds any problems or has any suggestions I'd love to hear them, so I can do my best to keep improving the map. Thanks, and Enjoy!