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Antarctic Peninsula

4 elements are combined with SC4's icy blue water to depict a polar scene, 1) a water level mod that raised the water to 1500m, 2) a cloudy sky background, 3) an Antarctic terrain mod, and 4) the SC4 Easter Egg that adds snow caps to higher elevations on Dec 25. 

The Antarctic seems to be the most peaceful place left on Earth.  There are no major industries or defense operations, just some penguins and scientists.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antarctic_Peninsula



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