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This is a 16x24 region with 16 big and 32 middle cities.

I built it from satellite images of the region Ilha de Sao Vicente in Brasil. It is quite accurate but i did the following modifications:

- a few more islands in the bay
- a crater on one ficticius island
- a bit higher mountains
- manually retouched all the rivers and coastlines to make them deeper and nicer to look at in the game
- a few modifications to build nicer ports

You cannot build subways on the island because, like in real life, they are just not high enough.

I like to play it very much with some poor housing mods like

from Simtropolis:
- Favela 1.1 by Wallibuk
- Latino house by Wallibuk
- Maloskero - Brazilian Tenements and Medium Stores 1.0.0
- Polish Row Houses by RaNoV

from SC4Devotion:
- polish buildings from PGB

Please tell me if you find some similar lots/buildings/stuff that could fit into this region.

There is a README included in the zip file where i explain how to install the SC4M file with SC4TerraFormer

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I like how this enclosed area looks surrounded by mountains terrain. Has enough flat land and rivers for some good seaport development and bridges.

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