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==Game Info:==
 
==Game Info:==
 
Must have built a Workshop in all Cities.
 
Must have built a Workshop in all Cities.
==Strategy:==
 
The Ironworks National Wonder increases a city's production by +20%. It also provides +1 culture. A civilization must have a workshop in all cities before it can construct an Ironworks.
 
 
==Historical Info:==
 
==Historical Info:==
 
An ironworks is a facility where iron ore is purified and fashioned into iron or steel. The process begins with exposing the raw material to extremely high heat, and after possibly mixing in other materials, results in some form of purified iron or steel. Iron smelting dates back at least to 1200 BC, and perhaps earlier. Not surprisingly, ironworks are dangerous places, and they require tough, highly-skilled and courageous workers.
 
An ironworks is a facility where iron ore is purified and fashioned into iron or steel. The process begins with exposing the raw material to extremely high heat, and after possibly mixing in other materials, results in some form of purified iron or steel. Iron smelting dates back at least to 1200 BC, and perhaps earlier. Not surprisingly, ironworks are dangerous places, and they require tough, highly-skilled and courageous workers.

Revision as of 20:13, April 16, 2012

Ironworks
Ironworks (Civ5)

National wonder in Civilization V

20xProduction5 170
20xCulture5

1

Required Buildings Workshop or Longhouse
Technology Chemistry
Effect

+10 production

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Game Info:

Must have built a Workshop in all Cities.

Historical Info:

An ironworks is a facility where iron ore is purified and fashioned into iron or steel. The process begins with exposing the raw material to extremely high heat, and after possibly mixing in other materials, results in some form of purified iron or steel. Iron smelting dates back at least to 1200 BC, and perhaps earlier. Not surprisingly, ironworks are dangerous places, and they require tough, highly-skilled and courageous workers.

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