Great FairGoods from the furthest reaches come to many shores.
Long before the Romans began their advance northwards the tribes of Gaul, Germania and Britannia were trading goods with the Mediterranean world. The Roman writer Strabo commented that trade with far-off Britannia was far more profitable than the revenue that could be collected should the place ever become a Roman province. The complex timber trackways discovered all over Europe also hint at trade links between tribes. As well as land transport, many tribes developed river vessels and used the Danube, Rhine, Rhones, Seine, Loire and Po rivers to transport their goods. It is also known that there were trade links between the tribes of Britannia and those of Northern Gaul, so they must have possessed ocean-going vessels, though remains of these have yet to be discovered.
Building NameGreat Fair
Effects-8 food (this_region)
+30% wealth from agriculture (regions_in_this_province)
320 wealth from local commerce (this_building)
[NOT DISPLAYED] Drives the road levels between settlements (this_region)
Provides Garrison Army
No Garrison Units
No Recruitable Units