I have been digging deep into the works of Clark Ashton Smith recently, especially his Hyperborean Cycle stories that have strong connections to the mythos of Lovecraft. They are darkly humorous stories of baroque lands and flawed heroes getting their comeuppance.

While Lovecraft came up with names for locations that emphasized their alien and weird natures, Smith was a poet by nature and so he found names for his doomed cities that had a lyrical style to them.

Anyway, the 1971 Ballantine collection has a rather nice map of this lost land that seemed worth scanning and cleaning up a bit, to have on hand when reading the stories.