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[[File:Map trade zones.png|500px|thumb|right|The trade zone map in 1066 (with Silk Road from [[Horse Lords]]/ [[Jade Dragon]] DLC in yellow)]]
 
[[File:Map trade zones.png|500px|thumb|right|The trade zone map in 1066 (with Silk Road from [[Horse Lords]]/ [[Jade Dragon]] DLC in yellow)]]
  
[[File:Trade zone.png]] A '''trade zone''' is a continuous set of provinces whose [[trade post]]s are owned by the same character. Trade zones give a bonus to [[demesne income|city income]] and trade post income. Trade zones scale super-linearly, such that it's better to have a single 6-province trade zone than two 3-province trade zones.
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[[File:Trade zone.png]] A '''trade zone''' is a contiguous set of provinces whose [[trade post]]s are owned by the same character. Trade zones give a bonus to [[demesne income|city income]] and trade post income. Trade zones scale super-linearly, such that it's better to have a single 6-province trade zone than two 3-province trade zones.
  
 
[[Patrician]] family trade zones can be viewed by clicking on the trade zone [[Keyboard_shortcuts#Map_modes|map mode]] ({{key press|G}}) and then clicking on a republic while holding down the Ctrl key.
 
[[Patrician]] family trade zones can be viewed by clicking on the trade zone [[Keyboard_shortcuts#Map_modes|map mode]] ({{key press|G}}) and then clicking on a republic while holding down the Ctrl key.

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