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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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Nali – an urban geofiction project by G. Wochlik

Nali (1:5,000 scale)

Nali is another urban geofiction project by Greg Wochlik. It comes with maps in different scales, incuding a 1:5,000 scale map depicting single buildings and lots of interesting details. Additionaly, there is a detailed map of the region’s airport. Enjoy …
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New project by O. Reading: Kasenberg

This is another project by Owen Reading: Kasenberg, located at the coast of Italenn Sea in south-eastern Fundlen. Once again, it is a beatiful map with an astonishing level of detail. Enjoy “walking” around in the old town of Kasenberg …
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Reval – a small-town tourist map with unique style

Here’s a contribution to our collection by Alex McPhee from Canada. The small town of Reval with lots of interesting and unique details and a nice style that’s different from what we had here so far. Have a look at …
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Hell’s Gate – G. Wochlik’s first computer-drawn map

Here’s another inspiring map made by G. Wochlik (Johannesburg). This time it’s computer-drawn. Hell’s Gate, named after its location next to a mountain pass with an active volcano, is a small town but depicted with lots of interesting details. You …
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Leonard’s Town – a wonderful, hand-drawn city by G. Wochlik

Once more, a detailed hand-drawn project has been added to the Urban Geofiction collection: Leonard’s Town. It is a small city that plays an important role for logistics and transportation. Also, the characters chosen for the map are very interesting. …
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New project Zuverdam by R. Hokwerda

Zuverdam map (hand-drawn)

There are many different ways of creating fictional city maps, both for hand-drawn maps and those drawn on a computer. Here’s a wonderful new hand-drawn example, also with a very individual and inspiring style: Zuverdam bei Renno Hokwerda. Take a …
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