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Budapest, strategically placed at the centre of the Carpathian Basin, lies on an ancient route linking the hills of Transdanubia with the Great PlainThe Danube enters the city from the north; later it encircles two islands, Óbuda Island and Margaret Island. The third island Csepel Island is the largest of the Budapest Danube islands, however only its northernmost tip is within city limits.  Pest lies on the flat terrain of the Great Plain while Buda is rather hilly.

 

Unzip the file and put it to: C:\Users\*USER*\AppData\Local\Colossal Order\Cities_Skylines\Maps folder, just as you would with any other map.

 

I hope you enjoy it, feedback is welcome!





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