For other uses, see City of Gold (disambiguation)
Jack with chart
"The world's still the same. There's just...less in it."
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Fight on Isla de Muerta 17
"It's not a bad look, really. Eh?"
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"Wherever the silver lives, the city is. What do you think that means?"
"Perhaps it is a town near a silver mine. Maybe 'living' is just another way of saying 'being mined'."
"That is so...unpoetic. Maybe it means that everyone who seeks it out has precious metal on the brain, like it's all they think about. So they all disappear, and wind up together in this lost City of Gold."
"And maybe, it's just—oh, and this one will be hard to believe, mates, I'm sure—far, far too complicated...Maybe it's a city. Made. Of. Gold.
Arabella Smith, Fitzwilliam, Jean and Jack Sparrow[src]

City of Gold was a term used to bring up myths that led to several expeditions by various adventurers, explorers and conquistadors in the 16th century. El Dorado was a notable City of Gold.[1]

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