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Emblematic culture
  • +3 Combat Strength in combat for Units in or adjacent to the District

  • +2 Influence

  • +8 Stability

  • +20 District Fortification

  • Count as "Garrison"

  • Count as " Commons Quarter"

  • Is: Land Unit Spawn.

  • Is fortified.

  • Protects neighboring Tiles from being ransacked.

(80 + (20 * (District - 1) ^ 1.15)) + ((District - 1) * 0.85) ^ 2.03
For :
District = 2.00
Result = 100.72


Eclipsing mere gates in city walls, the manned barbican offers protection for the surrounding quarters of the city.

The barbican is the name of a type of fortified building typically found in Polish towns. Part of wider network of city fortifications, it served to protect a passageway (postern, city entrance, etc.), providing cover for soldiers when they performed an offensive sortie as well as when retreating. The most well-known barbican is probably the one in Krakow, which protected a bridge leading to the city gates. Built in 1498 in the Gothic style, it consisted of a round fortress 25 m in diameter topped by seven watchtowers and is surrounded by a ditch that connects to the city’s moat. The three-meter thick walls were designed to withstand enemy artillery fire, while its arrow slits and machicolations allow the city’s defenders to fire on the enemy.