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Harbor

Harbor
Cost 120 20xProduction5
Maintenance 2 20xGold5
Technology

Compass (Civ5) Compass

Specialists

None

Effect

Harbor
Building of the Medieval era
Cost 120 20xProduction5
Maintenance 2 20xGold5
Technology

Compass (Civ5) Compass

Specialists

None

Effect
  • Forms a naval trade route with the capital city
  • +1 20xProduction5 from Sea Resources worked by this City

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Game InfoEdit

Vanilla and Gods & KingsEdit

Sea building of the Medieval Era. City must be built on the coast.

  • Forms a Trade Route (City connection) with the Capital5 Capital over water
  • +1 20xProduction5 Production from all Sea Resources worked by the city.
  • +1 20xHappiness5 Happiness with Naval Tradition Social policy
  • +1 20xGold5 Gold with Merchant Navy Social policy

Brave New WorldEdit

Sea building of the Medieval Era. City must be built on the coast.

  • Sea trade routes originating from this city have a 50% increase in range and produce and additional 1 20xGold5 Gold when connecting to another civilization.
  • +1 20xHappiness5 Happiness with Naval Tradition Social policy
  • +1 20xGold5 Gold with Merchant Navy Social policy

StrategyEdit

The Harbor is a Medieval-era building, vital for seafaring civilizations. It forms "water routes" (see rules) between cities, allowing the connection of cities on islands or other continents with your capital. It also adds 1 20xProduction5 Production per sea resource. Due to Carthage's special ability, they start with a free Harbor in all their coastal cities even if the prerequisite technology has not yet been researched at that time.

In the Brave New World expansion, the Harbor has been reworked and now greatly benefits Sea trade routes established from this city.

Historical InfoEdit

A harbor is a sheltered body of water that provides protection from the elements for boats and ships at anchor within. Where there are some "natural" harbors, most have required some degree of dredging, the construction of breakwaters and windbreaks, and the like. In addition, harbors also possess docks and jetties for loading and unloading cargo as well as warehouses to store the goods passing through.

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