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May
13th
2017

A Little Cantervale Geography · 4:12pm May 13th, 2017

"While Canterlot is the best known and the largest - qualifying as an actual city - dwelling on the Canterhorn, it is by no means the only one. Also known to the discerning traveler are Canter Junction, a small town supporting the railyard where the various railway lines across Equestria meet before ascending the mountain; Canterbury, a former mining village and now Nocturne town in the shallow caves below Canterlot; Canterhigh, an airship port and village located on, or in

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Mar
2nd
2021

My take on Equestrian geography · 7:19pm March 2nd

(Note - the ideas here are evolving. Comment welcome.)

While the canon map has a fairly "vertical" Equestria modelled on North America, my vision of it was always more horizontal, covering much of a great northern continent with it's main coast to the south. (Yes, I'm European - well, British.) This makes it relatively easy to break the country down into three general sections, which I'll cover in order of the spread of pony habitation as I see it.

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Apr
4th
2015

Equestrian Geography 101 · 9:45pm Apr 4th, 2015

So I started this group for discussing the geography of Equestria:

Equestrian Geography 101

Sounds a bit dull? I'm not suggesting we discuss geography just for the sake of it.

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Oct
5th
2016

Advancedverse Geography · 1:21pm Oct 5th, 2016

So, naturally, for this particular universe I've redrawn the map more than a little. (Both for conventional worldbuilding reasons and because, well, as you may remember from the Prologue, I'm setting the entire habitable area of Equus inside a giant astrobleme on a superterrestrial world.)

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Apr
2nd
2017

Headcanon on EG Geography, Canterlot, and EG Ponyville · 9:42pm Apr 2nd, 2017

I hope all of my readers are enjoying chapter 7 of A Tale of Two Suns. As for me, I've had extra work to do around here. I'm tired, and I still have to do more.

But since I'm sitting down resting, I thought I'd just share some headcanon I had as far as geography in the EG human world. I'm referring to Canterlot, the capital of Equestria as "Canterlot", and the Canterlot in the human world as "Canterlot City".

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Oct
3rd
2020

6 random weather and geography factoids · 11:07pm Oct 3rd, 2020

#1: Venice is at the same latitude as Montreal (45.5 degrees North).

Let that sink in for a moment.

#2: London is not a rainy city.

London only gets an average of 23.7 inches (602mm) of precipitation per year.

That's the same amount of precipitation as San Francisco (23.7" or 601mm per year), and less than half the annual precipitation of New York City (49.9" or 1268mm per yr).

#3: Palm trees are not confined to the tropics.

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Feb
7th
2015

The Pegasus Guide to Groundwater Management · 9:11pm Feb 7th, 2015

Wikipedia on Pegasus: “everywhere the winged horse struck his hoof to the earth, an inspiring spring burst forth.” [1]


Derpy by NebulonB100

Fortunately the pegasi of Equestria manage water in more intelligent ways.

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Aug
18th
2018

Country Equivalents Series- Asia · 12:01pm Aug 18th, 2018

I'm something of an Etymology Enthusiast. I love finding out how words came to existence, where they came from and what they mean when you take them apart.
So I thought I might try my hand at creating a real-world equivalent series of the world's countries.
Feel free to use these (Though please credit me)

West Asia- Ashwar

· Armenia: Erivara
· Bahrain: Lalura
· Iran: Khayla
· Iraq: Duraq
· Israel: Nesora (Little Miracle)
· Jordan: Kimira
· Kuwait: Abarath

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Jan
23rd
2016

No Pony is an Island · 4:06pm Jan 23rd, 2016

GM Berrow is true master at the art of the pony place-name pun, that unique literary device which makes our genre of writing so supremely equine.

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Nov
17th
2015

S5E23, 01:40 · 9:13pm Nov 17th, 2015

The map table confirms Skull Island as within the borders of Equestria.

Discuss.

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