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[[File:Trade routes.png|500px|thumb|right|The Trans-Saharan Trade Route in yellow, in the western half of the map (West and Central Africa); provinces that can have Trade Posts are in orange.]]
 
[[File:Trade routes.png|500px|thumb|right|The Trans-Saharan Trade Route in yellow, in the western half of the map (West and Central Africa); provinces that can have Trade Posts are in orange.]]
  
Introduced in [[Patch 3.0]] alongside map changes to North and sub-Saharan Africa, these trade posts also require [[Horse Lords]] or [[Jade Dragon]] DLCs. They operate similarly to the Silk Road trade posts, but with some differences.
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Introduced in [[Patch 3.0]] alongside map changes to North and sub-Saharan Africa, these trade posts also require [[Horse Lords]] or [[Jade Dragon]] DLCs to use. They operate similarly to the Silk Road route, with some differences.
  
Like the Silk Road, the Trans-Saharan Trade Routes are visible in the Economy and Trade Zone map modes. Occupation or siege also reduces the value of trade flowing through the province, by 10% and 25% respectively. Both the trade zone controlled by the province owner and the total trade value along the entire route affect income.
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Like the Silk Road, the Trans-Saharan Trade Route is visible in the Economy and Trade Zone map modes. Occupation or siege also reduces the value of trade flowing through the province, by 10% and 25% respectively. Both the trade zone controlled by the province owner and the total trade value along the entire route affect income.
  
However, unlike the Silk Road, provinces do not receive as large a passive boost to taxes from castles, cities and temples. This means that the value of the Trans-Saharan Trade Route is largely found in Trade Post provinces, and among those, in provinces where special production buildings<ref>Trans-Saharan Trade Route trade post buildings data is located at {{path|common/buildings/01_tradepost.txt}}.</ref>  can be constructed.
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Different from the Silk Road, provinces do not receive as large a passive boost to taxes from castles, cities and temples. This means that the value of Trans-Saharan Trade Route largely can be found in Trade Post provinces, and of those, in provinces where special production buildings<ref>Trans-Saharan Trade Route trade post buildings data is located at {{path|common/buildings/01_tradepost.txt}}.</ref>  can be constructed.
  
 
===Trans-Saharan Trade Route buildings===
 
===Trans-Saharan Trade Route buildings===
  
Like coastal Silk Road provinces, coastal Trans-Saharan Trade Route buildings can have both standard trade post buildings and Trans-Saharan Trade Route buildings, if their owner is a merchant republic. However, as the three coastal Trans-Saharan Trade Route provinces (Anti-Atlas, Cebta, and Tripolitana) lack the ability to build any Trans-Saharan production buildings, the difference is less pronounced as compared to the Silk Road provinces.
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Like coastal Silk Road provinces, coastal Trans-Saharan Trade Route buildings can have both standard trade post buildings and Trans-Saharan Trade Route buildings, if their owner is a merchant republic. However, as the three coastal Trans-Saharan Trade Route provinces (Anti-Atlas, Cebta, and Tripolitana) lack the the ability to build the Trans-Saharan production buildings, the difference is less pronounced than with the Silk Road provinces.
  
 
Notably, none of the Trans-Saharan Trade Route buildings add any Garrison or Fort level to the provinces. The trade post holdings must be protected by the main holdings of the province.
 
Notably, none of the Trans-Saharan Trade Route buildings add any Garrison or Fort level to the provinces. The trade post holdings must be protected by the main holdings of the province.

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