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The Natural Wonders in Civilization VI. Natural wonders can span multiple Tiles. The discovery of a natural wonder gives Scouts bonus experience. Natural Wonders also give an adjacency bonus to Holy Site Districts in which all adjacent tiles receive +2 Appeal.

List Of Natural Wonders[edit | edit source]

Natural Wonders in Civilization VI
Icon Natural Wonder Tiles Passable Bonus Quote
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Cliffs Of Dover (Two Tiles)
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It appears with Cliffs adjacent to water and provides a bonus of +3 Icon Culture.png Culture and +2 Icon main gold.png Gold. "Under the White Cliff's battlemented crown, Hushed to a depth of more than Sabbath peace." - William Wordsworth
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Crater Lake (One Tile)
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It appears as a Lake and provides a bonus of +1 Icon main science.png Science, +4 Icon Faith.png Faith "Never again can I gaze upon the beauty spots of the Earth and enjoy them as being the finest thing I have ever seen. Crater Lake is above them all." - Jack London
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Dead Sea (Two Tiles)
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It appears as a Lake and provides +2 Icon Faith.png Faith and +2 Icon Culture.png Culture. Additionally Units heal completely if rest and heal for one turn adjacent to the Dead Sea. "Like to the apples on the Dead Sea's shore, all ashes to the taste." - Lord Byron
Eyjafjallajökull (Two Tiles)
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Adjecent land plots yield +1 Culture and +2 Food "A number of stones rolled down a mountain, followed by an enormous and lofty column of flame, which allowed the people in Holt to read as perfectly at night as if it had been day." - Liverpool Mercury
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Galápagos Islands (Two Tiles)
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It appears on Coastal Terrain and provides +2 Icon main science.png Science to each adjacent Tile. "The natural history of this archipelago is very remarkable: it seems to be a little world within itself." - Charles Darwin
Giant's Causeway (Two Tiles)
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Land combat units that enter adjecent plots receive the ability 'Spear of Fionn' (+5 combat strength). "The remains of some mighty fabric, hurled into desolation by a tremendous earthquake, or some other equally terrible convulsion of nature." - Philip Dixon Hardy
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Great Barrier Reef (Two Tiles)
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The Reef provides a bonus of +3 Icon main food.png Food and +2 Icon main science.png Science "Organisms don't think of CO2 as a poison. Plants and organisms that make shells, coral, think of it as a building block." - Janine Benyus
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Mount Kilimanjaro (One Tile)
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It appears as a Mountain and provides a bonus of +2 Icon main food.png Food to each adjacent Tile. "As it turns out, Mount Kilimanjaro is not wi-fi enabled, so I had to spend two weeks in Tanzania talking to the people on my trip." - Nancy Bonds
Lysefjord (Three Tiles)
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Naval combat units that enter adjecent plots are granted their next promotion. "The water is black and heavy, and subject to intermitting storms. In this sea, and in the midst of this solitude, rises a great sombre street - a street for no human footsteps. None ever pass through here; no ship ever ventures in." - Victor Hugo
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Mount Everest (Three Tiles)
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It appears as a Mountain and provides a bonus of +1 Icon Faith.png Faith to each adjacent Tile. Additionally Missionaries, Inquisitors, and Apostles who move next to Mount Everest will ignore Hills movement cost for the rest of the game. "It is not the mountain we conquer but ourselves." - Sir Edmund Hillary
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Pantanal (Four Tiles)
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It appears as Marsh and provides +2 Icon main food.png Food and +2 Icon Culture.png Culture. "The Pantanal is the most complex intertropical alluvional plain of the planet and perhaps the least known area of the world." - Aziz Ab'Saber
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Piopiotahi (Three Tiles)
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Provides a bonus of +1 Icon Culture.png Culture and +1 Icon main gold.png Gold to each adjacent Tile. "But as I headed into the heart of New Zealand's fiordland that same child-like feeling, long lost, of pure unadulterated awe came rushing back. I knew the road to Milford Sound was good - but this good?" - Darroch Donald
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Torres Del Paine (Two Tiles)
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Doubles the bonus yield of each adjacent Tiles. (The wording is confusing---it doubles the base terrain yield of the tiles, not including features, improvements, or other bonuses.) "Several closely situated granite peaks resembling tiger's teeth dramatically soar about a kilometer into the sky" - Howard Hillman
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Tsingy De Bemaraha (One Tile)
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Provides a bonus of +1 Icon Culture.png Culture and +1 Icon main science.png Science to each adjacent Tile. "Tsingy is a 250-square-mile tiger trap made up on massive obelisks riddled with jagged spears. And yes, they will cut your pretty face." - Budd Erickson
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Yosemite (Two Tiles)
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Provides a bonus of +1 Icon main gold.png Gold and +1 Icon main science.png Science to each adjacent Tile. "Yosemite Valley, to me, is always a sunrise, a glitter of green and golden wonder in a vast edifice of stone and space." - Ansel Adams