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New addition to our collection of imaginary cities: Sien – a French metropolis

Sien is a city imagined by Emilio Guármendia-Vasquez, Clermont-Ferrand, France. The hand-drawn map has a very unique and interesting style. And there are some additional materials for the city, e.g. a subway map and a map of administrative division in …
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New regional map of Urbana by R. Ford

Urbana Regional Map

During the last year, R. Ford from Ohio has contributed to Urban Geofiction with several urban geofiction projects. Now a regional map of the city of Urbana and its surrounding area has been added, the so called Southern East Valmont …
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Beverhaven – One more addition by R. Ford

Here’s one more addition by R.Ford: The city of Beverhaven. A modern tourist center, Beverhaven has enjoyed economic prosperity and fame from its very beginnings. Settled in 1780 and incorporated as a city in 1805, Beverhaven became renowned for its …
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Oakland Park – A new addition by R. Ford

Oakland park map

Oakland Park is a new addition to the Urban Geofiction collection by R. Ford. The city of Oakland Park is one of the largest suburban towns outside the sprawling metropolis of Urbana. Have a look at the detailed black-and-white hand-drawn …
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Elmarsrum – a new addition by O. Reading

Here’s a new very nicely mapped project by O. Reading. Elmarsrum is a city of 800,000 (with 2m in the metro area) in the north of Fundlen, near the Nornalp mountains. It is a major economic centre of Fundlen, hosting …
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Urbana – a new addition by R. Ford

Urbana map

Here’s a new hand-drawn map by R. Ford, drawn in an impressively detailed way, with every single freeway lane: Urbana. Have a look at this map and read the nicely written story of this city that was founded in 1793 …
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Höjkelfeld – a new addition by R. Ford

Höjkelfeld is the capital city of the Republic of Klönsland. Founded in 14 AD/CE by Arstinian traders, the town stayed at a relatively low population (roughly 2,540) up until the early 19th century. Take a detailed look at this nicely …
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Vænesston – A new addition by Greg Wochlik

Vænesston is named after a mistress of the first explorer. Vænessa’s surname is lost in history though. Captain Dževogurski was the first explorer to sail up the Quidth river. Usually, the ship would dock on along the bank, and the …
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Privathul – the latest addition to Urban Geofiction by Owen Reading

Privathul is a port city in the Republic of Fundlen, and is capital of the nation of Ullevi (Fundlen consists of 3 separate nations under one Republic). It has a population of 1.1m (2.2m in the metro area), and is …
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Two new projects by J. Shell added: Tescent and Anglesey

Two new projects have just been added to the Urban Geofiction collection: Tescent and Anglesey. Both fictional cities are wonderful hand-drawn examples by Jacob Shell from Philadelphia. For Tescent, there is also a hand-drawn transit network map. Have a look …
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