This is my Third city that I settled from a current game in progress. The whole thing was buried completely deep in jungle Every single hex was jungle covered except for one lone forest hex. I saw that it had rather interesting location.. Good amount of rivers for Hydroplant, and would've been made of heaven if rivers still had that lovely 1 gold per hex still in Plus a mountain and bunch of hills. And six banana hexs. Spoiler : To be honest, I didn't fully grasp the significance of this location until like today but all I saw was awesome production city when hydroplants come online. I learned that when you get that second tech which boosts ur plantations for 2nd time which makes the banana plantations give you 6 food per hex. And six multiplexed by six equals to 36 food. I only had two workers assigned to This particular city since Ancient era. After enough jungle got cleared, the city imploded. I actually went and built the national library in that city. After my experiences with this city it makes me wonder why bananas is so hated. 6 food is no joke, thats a hanging garden or lake victoria. But unlike those two items listed, bananas is relatively common.. Oh and in case u guys didn't know, Hydroplant will put the hammer back onto the hex that banana plantation removes. I liked that xD Yes that's a neuswatchetizn wonder it built That lone mountain was good for something after all! I'm so glad I didn't settle for a observatory. xD I basically just went eh, i'll settle my city into the range of those six bananas while taking up as much of the river as possible for hydroplant and I was pleasantly surprised at the results.. Only 2 turns to build the panzers and I still haven't put in the Nuclear power plant yet XD And the city already have several specialists operating about four or six I think. Got a great engineer idling cuz I can't decide with what to do with him atm, No world wonders left to built for me, and I"m looking for another city to build a manufactory atm. I just have too few cities than i'm used to atm.