|> For a look at the board game map please go to google and type 'ankh-morpork board game map'. It is the fourth result.
No, it's [not](http://i42.tinypic.com/2wbuvck.png
In general, it's a bad idea to describe links like that; Google will rank results differently based on several factors, including (their best guess of) the geographical location of the client, several language-related criteria and so forth. And, as this example shows, it's also constantly updated.
To include a link directly you have two options, just copy-paste it here as text (then it will appear as text, but also automatically become clickable) or write some text between square brackets (these things: "[" and "]") and then put the address you want to link to right behind it between parentheses (these things: "(" and ")"). Don't worry, you don't have to remember the details; below the box where you write your post is a "Quick markdown reference", making links is explained there as well.
Hmm, wasn't Terry Pratchett English? Judging by the number of "cesta", "ulica" and "most" on this map, it's from a translated version (definitely Slavic, not sure which language exactly... Slovakian maybe??). Since English is the original language, wouldn't it be better to use English names for the territories and bonuses? I found a map of [Ankh-Morpork with English labels](http://imageshack.us/f/526/ankhmor.gif/
), but especially the centre of the map is very crowded and difficult to read. Also, it's rotated 90 degrees relative to the map Moros linked. :(