This map contains the current territories of Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Panama, Costa RIca and a part of Nicaragua. These regions formed the Republic of Colombia (also known as Great Colombia) 200 years ago.
I enjoyed playing on this map a great deal. Unfortunately, there is significant imbalance in the value of some bonuses. Keeping a steady bonus-armies-to-territories ratio is vital in creating balanced gameplay, particularly when distribution options are limited.
You could also make a much more historical map adjusting some of the borders to those of that time, it would also change the value of certain regions, eg:In Colombia, Antioquia and some nearby territories, at the time, weren't as strategically relevant as they are today, but territories in southern Colombia, like Cauca and Nariño, due to the relevance of Pasto and Popayán back then, just as Cartagena and Bogotá (Which is the only one of these 4 cities in retaining their former importance), same research could be done for the other 3 countries (Although I'd expect no change in Panamá, and little in Ecuador, but you never know until you make it matter).