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List of fictional city-states in literature

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List of fictional city-states in literature

City-states have been an important aspect of human society. There are many fictional ones in literature, including:

Fictional city-states


  1. ^ .The map of Neustern is an ongoing project by the artist Gary Farrelly. Work on the cartography of the state commenced when Farrelly was international artist in residency to the University of Texas in Dallas.
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