But, here's the Upper Volga map, fully reformatted for the new publisher program:
|Just one big flat part of the world.|
This was waaaaay, way more work than I expected. That multiplicity of rivers was a major bitch. I see that google has made the swampy hexes blue; there are four of them, areas 20 miles in diameter with no civilization in them, even modern civilization. But then, this is quite a ways north; people in North America really don't conceive how far north Moscow or St. Petersburg is (my world has no St. Petersburg, it was founded by Peter the Great in 1703).
I'm glad this one is behind me. I prefer maps with lots of mountains.