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This is a list of wonders in the Civilization computer game series and Civilization: Call to Power and its sequel. Wonders are a game element that gives the player bonuses when built. Wonders, which have been based on real places, people and ideas, can only be built once by one player. The games Civilization III and Civilization IV include small wonders which can only be built once by each player.

Civilization Civilization II Civilization III Civilization IV
Angkor Wat
Apollo Program Considered a team project.
Apostolic Palace Available with Beyond the Sword expansion pack.
Battlefield medicine
Broadway
Chichen Itza
Church of the Nativity Can only be built in holy city with Great Prophet.
The Colossus Called The Colossus of Rhodes
Copernicus' Observatory Downgraded to building as Observatory.
Cristo Redentor Available with Beyond the Sword expansion pack.
Cure for Cancer
The Dai Miao Can only be built in holy city with Great Prophet.
Eiffel Tower
Forbidden Palace
Globe Theater Called Shakespeare's Theatre. Called Shakespeare's Theatre. Called Shakespeare's Theatre.
The Great Library
The Great Lighthouse Called The Lighthouse.
The Great Wall Available with Warlords expansion pack.
Hagia Sophia
The Hanging Gardens
Hermitage
Heroic Epic
Hollywood
Hoover Dam Replaced by Three Gorges Dam
Isaac Newton's College
Intelligence Agency In Beyond The Sword expansion pack, downgraded to building.
Internet Available with Play the World expansion pack. Considered a world project.
Ironworks
J.S.Bach's Cathedral
Kashi Wishwanath Can only be built in holy city with Great Prophet.
King Richard I's Crusade
Knights Templar Available with Conquests expansion pack.
Kong Miao Can only be built in holy city with Great Prophet.
The Kremlin
Leonardo's Workshop
Longevity
Magellan's Expedition
Mahabodhi Can only be built in holy city with Great Prophet.
Manhattan Project Considered a world project.
Marco Polo's Embassy
Masjid al-Haram Can only be built in holy city with Great Prophet.
Mausoleum of Maussollos Available with Conquests expansion pack. Available with Beyond the Sword expansion pack.
Military Academy
Moai Statues Available with Beyond the Sword expansion pack.
Mount Rushmore
National Epic
Notre Dame
Oxford University
Palace Exists but is not considered a wonder.
The Oracle
Parthenon
The Pentagon
The Pyramids
Red Cross
Rock 'N' Roll
Scotland Yard In Beyond the Sword expansion pack downgraded to a building only built with Great Spy.
SDI Defense Considered a team project.
Secret Police HQ Available with Play the world expansion pack.
SETI Program
Sistine Chapel Called Michelangelo's Chapel. Called Michelangelo's Chapel.
Smith's Trade Company Called Adam Smith's Trade Company
Space elevator
The Spiral Minaret
Statue of Liberty
Statue of Zeus Available with Conquests expansion pack. Available with Beyond the Sword expansion pack.
Stonehenge
Sun Tzu's The Art of War Called Sun Tzu's War Academy.
Taj Mahal
Temple of Artemis Available with Conquests expansion pack. Available with Warlords expansion pack.
Shwedagon Paya Available with Beyond the Sword expansion pack.
Temple of Solomon Can only be built in holy city with Great Prophet.
Theory of Evolution Called Darwin's Voyage. Called Darwin's Voyage.
Three Gorges Dam
United Nations
Universal suffrage Called Women's suffrage. Called Women's suffrage. Exists as civic.
University of Sankore Available with warlords expansion pack.
Versailles
Wall Street
West Point
No wonder Small/National wonder Great/World wonder

Call to Power wondersEdit

Wonder
Civilization: Call to Power[1] Call to Power II[2]
The Agency
AI Entity
The Appian Way
Aristotle's Lyceum
Central Matter Decompiler
Chichen Itza
Confucius Academy
Contraception
Data haven
Dinosaur Park
East India Company
The Eden Project
Edison's Lab
Egalitarian Act
Emancipation Act
Empire State Building
ESP Center
Forbidden City
Field Dynamics Laboratory
Gaia Controller
Galileo's Telescope
Genome project
Global E-Bank
GlobeSat
Great Wall
Gutenberg Bible
Hagia Sophia
Hollywood
Immunity Chip
Internet
Labyrinth
London Exchange
Nanite Defuser
Nanopedia
National Shield
Penicillin
Philosopher's stone
Pyramids
Ramayana
Sensorium
Sphinx
Star Ladder
Stonehenge
World Peace Center
Wormhole Sensor

ReferencesEdit

  1. "C:CTP Wonders Reference Sheet". Apolyton.net. http://apolyton.net/ctp/features/wondersref.shtml. Retrieved 2007-05-31. 
  2. "CTP2 Technology Tree Poster" (PDF). Activision. http://www.apolyton.net/ctp2/files/Miscellaneous/ctp2_treeposter.pdf. Retrieved 2007-05-31. 


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