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Salem, Massachusetts - Please rate and enjoy! 

Just in time of Halloween! Whether your a fan of the hit TV Show Salem or just fond or intrigued of it's dark mysterious past, Salem has been reborn for Cities Skylines! 

Salem, Massachusetts, a settlement of puritans, founded in 1629 in the New England region. Famous for the Salem Witch Trials. Beautifully re-created, to truly represent one of the first settlements of the new world. Beautiful flowing rivers, rich ore deposits and farmland for your citizens to toil over. It's a rather vast map, with plenty of rivers, coasts and forests. 

Further Information : 

- Using the latest satellite height maps 
- Temperate Biome 
- All coasts, terrain and rivers are smoothed/eroded to add to the aesthetics. 
- Plenty of free flowing rivers and coast areas 
- 2 Shipping connections, 2 Air connections, 3 Rail & 4 Road connections 
- Designed to be played with the 25 tile mod 
- Significant ore and resource deposits 

Rate and comment below, Salem awaits!

Highly appreciated if you can also rate my map on steam. Thanks! :)





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