Wow, must have taken a lot of work. Impressive
Some questions out of curiosity:
- Do I see a stadium or circus to the north?
- Why are most of the docks located on an island?
Hoven, say Hóven, is my second largest city on the moment. The shape is based at the city of Tampere (Tammerfors) which is in Finland. I roughly calculated the inhabitants, and I came to +- 40.000
Sweet...can't really say much until ya get further along but man, you can really draw a nice city.
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I thought that many docks meant lots of trade going on there and the merchants in that case probably would have wanted a land connection (otherwise goods would still need to be ferried to the land).
So did you create your own alphabet as well for your cities? As I can see two names on your map.
If that's water / sea in the north and south... one might expect canals to connect the two. It's a bit hard to tell whether there are any. If there are none, consider adding some.