- Main article: Equestria
- Main article: Ponyville
- Main article: Canterlot
- Main article: Cloudsdale
- Main article: Crystal Empire
- Main article: Everfree Forest
- Main article: Manehattan
White Tail WoodsThe site for the Running of the Leaves held in the episode Fall Weather Friends, where the ponies run through the forest to shake the leaves off the trees. The name of the woods is possibly inspired by the white-tailed deer.
Froggy Bottom BoggFroggy Bottom Bogg is featured in Feeling Pinkie Keen. As the name suggests, it is a swampland consisting of mangroves and bubbling swamp water. Fluttershy relocates some frogs to the bog because of overpopulation. When Pinkie Pie gets an ominous premonition, Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Spike and Pinkie Pie venture to the bog to make sure Fluttershy is okay. They come upon a hydra who chases them to a chasm which they cross in order to escape.
- Main article: Appleloosa
Western EquestriaFirst mentioned in Pinkie Pie and the Rockin' Ponypalooza Party! Also mentioned by Fluttershy in It Ain't Easy Being Breezies. Later mentioned in the 2017 promotional video The Fresh Princess of Friendship, according to which Pinkie Pie was born and raised here. Mentioned again in Fluttershy Leans In, according to which Lola the sloth originated from here.
- See also: Pie family#Rock farm
Ghastly GorgeA gorge filled with perils, such as a windy cave, bramble bushes and quarray eels. Rainbow Dash held a contest to see who would be her pet there in May the Best Pet Win!. Maud Pie considers moving to the gorge in Rock Solid Friendship. In Shadow Play - Part 2, Applejack states that the gorge was originally the Ghastly Caverns before a thousand years of erosion turned it into the Ghastly Gorge.
- Main article: Dodge Junction
Dragon LandsThe Dragon Lands is a volcanic island region introduced in the season two episode Dragon Quest. It is home to mostly dragons and some phoenixes. It is also featured in the season six episode Gauntlet of Fire. It is called Dragon's Lair on the official map.
Winsome FallsWinsome Falls are composed of multiple rainbow-colored waterfalls. It is the camping destination for Applejack, Apple Bloom, Rarity, Sweetie Belle, Rainbow Dash, and Scootaloo in the episodes Sleepless in Ponyville and Campfire Tales.
Tenochtitlan BasinThe Tenochtitlan Basin is a region located in a remote part of Equestria, mostly marked by trees. It is featured in the episode Daring Don't. Two areas of note here are Daring Do's house and the Fortress of Talacon. The basin shares its name with the ancient Aztec city-state Tenochtitlan.
- Main article: Fillydelphia
Trottingham is mentioned in Stare Master, where Rarity is making 20 gold-lined gowns for ponies there, and later mentioned in Luna Eclipsed, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #15, Simple Ways, My Little Pony: FIENDship is Magic Issue #3, and Crusaders of the Lost Mark. Its residents include Pipsqueak before a move, Queen Trottingham in a story, and Sassy Saddles before a move. It is probably a portmanteau of 'Nottingham', an English city, and 'trot', a jogging speed for horses. On the official map, it is located in the Griffish Isles east of Equestria. It is also mentioned on Enterplay trading card series 2 #46, a card of Sir Lintsalot.
- Main article: Las Pegasus
Applewood, Coltifornia is featured in My Little Pony: Friends Forever Issue #8 and later mentioned in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #25 and again in Lyra and Bon Bon and the Mares from S.M.I.L.E. The name is a play on Hollywood. It is present on the official map of Equestria.
Baltimare is a city mentioned in It's About Time. It is referenced when Rainbow Dash gives a mini-report that a Pegasus just came back from there, and there was no danger. It is shown, without being identified by name, in Pinkie Pride and again in Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2. It is briefly featured in the eighth episode of Baby Flurry Heart's Heartfelt Scrapbook; it shares its design with Maretropolis. The name is a play on the real life city called Baltimore. It is present on the official map of Equestria.
Mentioned in the episode Apple Family Reunion by Apple Bloom while she is rattling off town names where Apple family members live. It is shown on a map, without being identified by name, in Pinkie Pride and again in Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2. In Shadow Play - Part 2, it is shown in flashback during the sirens' attack and in present day when the Pony of Shadows rises to power again. It is present on the official map of Equestria.
Mentioned in the episode Apple Family Reunion by Apple Bloom while she is rattling off town names. It is shown, without being identified by name, in Pinkie Pride and again in Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2. It is present on the official map of Equestria.
Mentioned in the episode Apple Family Reunion by Apple Bloom while she is rattling off town names and in Shadow Play - Part 1. It is shown, without being identified by name, in Pinkie Pride and again in Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2. In Don't You Forget About Us. It is present on the official map of Equestria.
A rock formation located at the base of Foal Mountain and featured in the episode Shadow Play - Part 1. It is the site from which Pillars of Old Equestria banished the Pony of Shadows to limbo. Its name is a play on Stonehenge.
Mentioned in the episode Apple Family Reunion by Apple Bloom while she is rattling off town names. It is shown, without being identified by name, in Pinkie Pride and again in Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2. It is present on the official map of Equestria.
Smokey MountainsShown, without being identified by name, in Pinkie Pride and again in Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2. Mentioned in Daring Do and the Eternal Flower. Featured in The Hooffields and McColts as the home of the Hooffield and McColt families. In Princess Luna and the Festival of the Winter Moon. It is present on the official map of Equestria. It is featured in My Little Pony: Cutie Map Quest A Punch-Out & Play Activity Book, according to which "The Smokey Mountains are two majestic peaks near Equestria's western shore. Between them lies a luscious valley where lots of critters live and play. Two pony families live on the mountains, the Hooffields and the McColts."
Shown, without being identified by name, in Daring Don't, and again in Pinkie Pride and Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2. Mentioned by Rainbow Dash in Top Bolt and again in The Perfect Pear as the location to which Grand Pear and the Pear family moved in order to expand their family business some time before the series' present day. It is briefly featured in the eighth episode of Baby Flurry Heart's Heartfelt Scrapbook. The name is a play on Vancouver. It is present on the official map of Equestria. It is also mentioned on Enterplay collectible card game α #31 R, a card of Full Steam.
Breezie VillageIn the episode It Ain't Easy Being Breezies, Fluttershy says that the Breezies gather pollen from "western Equestria". An artificial breeze transports them in the episode, and they go through Ponyville, then a snowy place, then an arid one, and up to a cave above a canyon river and near a waterfall. An ephemeral portal in this cave leads to the Breezies' home: a minuscule town built among the mushrooms around a pond. Enterplay trading card series 3 #F2, a card of Seabreeze, and the official guidebook My Little Pony: The Elements of Harmony Volume II both list the location as "Breezie Village".
Flame Geyser SwampThe Flame Geyser Swamp is a foggy swamp with flame geysers featured in Somepony to Watch Over Me. Apple Bloom goes there on her pie delivery and encounters a chimera which Applejack defeats and saves Apple Bloom.
Tartarus is first mentioned in It's About Time as a place where ancient, evil creatures are imprisoned, guarded by the three-headed dog Cerberus. The location is mentioned again in Twilight's Kingdom - Part 1, where Lord Tirek is stated to have been confined there for the attempted theft of Equestria's magic, but escaped during the events of the former episode. In Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2, Tartarus makes its first appearance when Tirek conjures a portal to banish Princess Celestia, Princess Luna, and Princess Cadance there in revenge for his own imprisonment; and again when Twilight Sparkle and her friends return Tirek to Tartarus and free the princesses. It is mentioned again by Sweetie Drops in Slice of Life when she says the bugbear attacking Ponyville originally escaped from there. In a flashback in Celestial Advice, Celestia gets worried that Twilight might get pulled into Tartarus if she sends her off to Ponyville.Tartarus is based on the location of the same name in Greek mythology, being a deep, dark pit beneath the underworld where the wicked are condemned to eternal suffering. In It's About Time, Twilight Sparkle irregularly pronounces the name Tartarus as //, while it is pronounced in its traditional form as // in later episodes.
- Main article: Our Town
Seaward ShoalsSeaward Shoals, also called Silver Shoals, is a coastal town featured in P.P.O.V. (Pony Point of View), from which Applejack, Pinkie Pie, and Rarity embark on their cruise. Its various buildings are perched on stilts raised above the hilly coastline. Although not explicitly stated to be of Seaward Shoals, the flag flying from their vessel's mast is similar to the real-life flag of British Columbia, the province where My Little Pony's DHX Media Vancouver animation studio is located.
Stratusburg is the hometown of Sky Stinger and Vapor Trail, mentioned in the season six episode Top Bolt. According to Vapor Trail, Sky Stinger was voted Stratusburg's most promising flyer while she was voted best sneeze. The city's name is derived from stratus clouds and possibly the French city of Strasbourg.
Hayseed SwampA bayou village featured in the season seven episode A Health of Information. It is the home village of Mage Meadowbrook. It is present on the official map of Equestria, which spells its name as "Hayseed Swamps" or "Haysead Swamps".
Neighagra FallsFeatured briefly without identification in Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2, briefly with identification in the eighth episode of Baby Flurry Heart's Heartfelt Scrapbook, and prominently with identification in Once Upon a Zeppelin. Twilight Velvet goes barrel-jumping here during a free family zeppelin cruise. It is present on the official map of Equestria.
Salt Lick CityMentioned in My Little Pony: Friends Forever Issue #8 and briefly featured in My Little Pony: Legends of Magic Issue #6. Its name is a play on Salt Lake City, Utah.
Bales is a legendary town near Canterlot that is home to many books mentioned in the chapter books Fluttershy and the Fine Furry Friends Fair and Princess Twilight Sparkle and the Forgotten Books of Autumn. It is initially thought to be mythical until Twilight and Spike discover its existence. The city name is possibly a reference to the country Wales in the United Kingdom.
Mentioned regionsA few regions take part in the Equestria Games. Among these participants there are flags of Dodge Junction (also seen in The Last Roundup), the Griffon Kingdom (called as such in My Little Pony Micro-Series Issue #5 and My Little Pony: Friends Forever Issue #26), the Crystal Empire, Cloudsdale, Appleloosa (also seen in Over a Barrel), Ponyville, and unspecified others.
Hoofington is a village mentioned by Trixie as the site of her made-up battle with an ursa. The suffix -ington is derived from old English for "town". The name is quite similar to that of a political news website, The Huffington Post, and many cities named Huntington, the biggest being Huntington, New York.
Mentioned in the episode Games Ponies Play by Ms. Peachbottom. In the episode, she tells Shining Armor that she is "just an ordinary wild mustang from Mustangia". The name 'Mustangia' is a play on the word 'mustang', a breed of wild horses.
The duke and duchess of Maretonia appear in attendance of the Equestria Games in the episode of the same name. They appear again in Twilight's Kingdom - Part 1 and visit the Crystal Empire for a summit with Celestia, Luna, and Cadance. Maretonia is also mentioned by Cadance and Shining Armor in The One Where Pinkie Pie Knows. The name is a play on such names as Macedonia, or Estonia.
Mentioned in Appleoosa's Most Wanted.
Mentioned in Appleoosa's Most Wanted.
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WhinnyapolisA delegate from Whinnyapolis appears in Princess Spike. A tourist couple from Whinnyapolis appears in Spice Up Your Life. The name is a play on the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Mentioned by Discord in Dungeons & Discords and in Mage Meadowbrook's story in My Little Pony: Legends of Magic Issue #6. It is implied to be a tropical beach location with "sand like powdered sugar". The name is a play on the real-life Venezuelan city of Puerto Cabello and "caballo", the Spanish word for horse. It may also be a play on resort locations such as Puerto Rico and Puerto Vallarta.
Mentioned in the IDW comics' Siege of the Crystal Empire.
Mentioned on My Little Pony Annual 2013 page 5 on a book cover and in the Ponyville Mysteries series of chapter books as the original hometown of Lilymoon and her family. Its name is a play on Transylvania.
Mentioned in the "About the Author" bio of Ponyville Mysteries chapter books "author" Penumbra Quill as where she originally grew up. Its name is a play on California.
Beyond EquestriaMost locations in the television series and associated media aren't specified whether they're part of Equestria or not. Some information in the show sometimes vaguely references areas outside Equestria, and even though Equestria is a kingdom it encompasses other kingdoms within it, which creates further ambiguity. The founding and naming of Equestria itself is depicted in the episode Hearth's Warming Eve. These elements, and some stylistic elements, create the impression of other geographical locations:
- The song Apples to the Core in Pinkie Apple Pie mentions "the pony nation / From Equestria and beyond".
- Fluttershy asks for "French haute couture" in Suited For Success.
- In The Cutie Pox, Applejack says Apple Bloom "speaks in 'Fancy'" when her sister uses the French language.
- Queen Chrysalis says in A Canterlot Wedding - Part 2 that "Equestria has more love than any place [she has] ever encountered".
- Aquastria, featured in the book Under the Sparkling Sea, has its own ruler, the sea lion king Leo, cousin of Princess Celestia, who formally invites the main characters to his underwater realm. The kingdom is also mentioned in the title History of Aquastria on page 6 of The Fall of Sunset Shimmer, and its inhabitants, seaponies and mermares, first seen in the book, are also mentioned and seen in various materials.
- King Leo "sits on the Cosmic Council alongside his cousin, Princess Celestia."
- In My Little Pony The Movie, "the Mane 6 – Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy and Rarity – embark on an unforgettable journey beyond Equestria where they meet new friends and exciting challenges on a quest to use the magic of friendship and save their home."
- In a Panini My Little Pony magazine comic whose German title translates to No Way Too Far, Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, and Spike journey beyond the Everfree Forest to a barley field outside of Equestria and befriend a local stallion.
MaretropolisMaretropolis is a fictional city featured in the season four episode Power Ponies and the My Little Pony Annual 2014 comic. It is a large urban setting with many skyscrapers; it shares its design with Baltimare. The Lilac Sky Airship flies overhead. Buildings featured or mentioned in the city include the Maretropolis Museum, which houses the Electro-Orb that the Mane-iac steals; an abandoned shampoo factory that serves as the Mane-iac's top secret headquarters; a bakery sixty-five blocks away from the factory; the Power Ponies' headquarters; and Balkham Asylum, where the city's most dangerous criminals are jailed. Other features seen on the street are a mailbox and a pretzel stand. Its name is a play on the DC Comics fictional city of Metropolis.
- Main article: Griffonstone
YakyakistanYakyakistan is the yak kingdom featured in the episode Party Pooped exteriorly, in My Little Pony: Friends Forever Issue #26 exteriorly and interiorly, in the eighth episode of Baby Flurry Heart's Heartfelt Scrapbook exteriorly, in Not Asking for Trouble exteriorly and interiorly, in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #55, and in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #56. Twilight Sparkle mentions it is located north of the Crystal Empire, in a snowy region ruled by the yak Prince Rutherford, which had previously closed off its borders to Equestria for "hundreds" of moons. Pinkie Pie travels within an afternoon to the gates of Yakyakistan, but she slides off an icy cliff all the way back to Ponyville. Prince Blueblood, Shining Armor, and some royal guards visit Yakyakistan for a diplomatic mission to set up a trade agreement between it and the Crystal Empire. It is later mentioned in Dungeons & Discords as the site of an overnight goodwill tour hosted by Princess Celestia. In My Little Pony: Friends Forever Issue #24, yaks represent Yakyakistan in a Boffyball game against Griffonstone.
ChaosvilleThe home of Discord. First seen in Make New Friends but Keep Discord and first named as such in Discord and the Ponyville Players Dramarama. Discord's realm is featured in Discordant Harmony. Discord's dimension is featured in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #57.
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The temporary Changeling Kingdom appears in the IDW comics' My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issues #1-4 The Return of Queen Chrysalis and My Little Pony: FIENDship is Magic Issue #5 The Many Tales of Queen Chrysalis and is mentioned in Baby Flurry Heart's Heartfelt Scrapbook Ep. 1 The Royal Wedding. Following A Canterlot Wedding - Part 2, Queen Chrysalis and other changelings are knocked far south from Equestria to "Wuvy-Dovey Smoochy Land", which they conquer and transform into their new center of operations. Here, they are defeated by Twilight Sparkle and are imprisoned within the castle, from which they eventually escape and flee.
The current Changeling Kingdom is alluded to in The Times They Are A Changeling and appears in To Where and Back Again - Part 1, in To Where and Back Again - Part 2, and in Gameloft's mobile game. Here, Chrysalis is dethroned and Thorax succeeds her as changeling leader; it also appears in a magical simulation in Celestial Advice.In To Change a Changeling, with Chrysalis's throne destroyed, the kingdom's plants have started to regrow, though this has attracted maulwurfs. A new throne for Thorax is made out of trees and vines, and the changelings have adopted several new activities including theatre, dancing, and arts and crafts.
Bone Dry Desert
A desert featured in My Little Pony The Movie and named in Gameloft's mobile game. It is located to the south of Equestria's Forbidden Jungle. The Mane Six travel through it on their way to Klugetown.
KlugetownA desert town featured in My Little Pony The Movie, The Stormy Road to Canterlot, My Little Pony: The Movie Prequel Issue #4, and Gameloft's mobile game. It is also one of various listings on a My Little Pony The Movie A5 Notebook. The My Little Pony: The Movie Look and Find book describes it as "a place where everything has its price." It is similar to Pompton Lakes' former Klugetown Shopping Center both in name and in association with sales. Klugetowners include Toothy Klugetowner, Scaly Klugetowner, Louise, Earnest Klugetowner, Pushkin, Capper, Vera, Verko, 'Fishman', and Needy. In My Little Pony: The Movie Prequel Issue #1 page 1, Klugetown is mapped within Abyssinia, but in Gameloft's mobile game, it is mapped within the Bone Dry Desert.
The capital of the Hippogriff kingdom in My Little Pony The Movie and The Stormy Road to Canterlot, located atop Mount Aris. When Tempest Shadow infiltrates the city in an attempt to steal a magical pearl from Queen Novo, the city is destroyed in a battle between the Hippogriffs and the Storm King's forces, and it is abandoned when the Hippogriffs teleport into hiding. In the film, Twilight and her friends travel to the ruined city in search of the Hippogriffs.
SeaquestriaThe current home of the Hippogriffs/seaponies in My Little Pony The Movie, to which they fled after their original home of Hippogriffia was destroyed by the Storm King's forces. It is ruled by Queen Novo.
A beach near Mount Aris featured, but unnamed, in My Little Pony The Movie. The Mane Six wash up on its shores after being banished from Seaquestria, and it is where Tempest Shadow captures Twilight Sparkle. It is named in Gameloft's mobile game.
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PantheraAbyssinia's capital, introduced in My Little Pony: The Movie Prequel Issue #1. It is inhabited by anthropomorphic talking cats, such as Capper and Chummer; at least one pony appears here as well, though the pony in question, September, also appears in numerous other settings.
An impoverished city featured in The Stormy Road to Canterlot, inhabited by various creatures. Tempest Shadow briefly lives here during her youth.
Bodies of water
Located east of Equestia. Analogous to the real world Atlantic Ocean.
Located north of Griffonstone.
Located in Baltimare. Traveled to in My Little Pirate: Friendship Ahoy. Also in[specify] Daring Do and the Marked Thief of Marapore, Daring Do and the Eternal Flower, and Daring Do and the Forbidden City of Clouds. Analogous to Chesapeake Bay and named after several North American locations.
Located west of Equestria and split between the North Luna Ocean and South Luna Ocean. Analogous to the real world Pacific Ocean.
Celestial objects are a recurring theme in the show and associated media.
The sun and moonThe show starts with the story of the two regal sisters, Princess Celestia and Princess Luna. The narration says "the eldest used her unicorn powers to raise the sun at dawn. The younger brought out the moon to begin the night." When Luna refuses to lower the moon, she was banished in the moon by Celestia.
The sun is also a character.
In My Little Pony: FIENDship is Magic Issue #4, the moon is inhabited by nyx, creatures who shape the dreams of sleeping ponies and dispel their nightmares. Under the guise of friendship, Nightmare Moon learns how to control and enter dreams from the nyx and later transforms them into the Nightmare Forces.
Other celestial objects
- According to the legend of Nightmare Moon in Friendship is Magic, part 1, "on the longest day of the thousandth year, the stars will aid in her escape"; this is shown from a distance as it happens near the end of the episode.
- The real world constellations Ursa Minor and Ursa Major are impersonated in the show; namely in the episode Boast Busters.
- In Suited For Success, Twilight Sparkle mentions the constellations Orion, Canis Major and Canis Minor, talking about a dress's design featuring part of the Celestial sphere. Orion is also mentioned in My Little Pony Micro-Series Issue #2 and in My Little Pony: FIENDship is Magic Issue #5.
- A few comets appear during a centennial meteor shower in Owl's Well That Ends Well, shooting stars appear representing Bright Mac and Pear Butter for two nights in Apple Family Reunion, and the Secretariat Comet is mentioned in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #1 and in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #4.
- In It's About Time, Twilight Sparkle mentions a fourteenth moon when she is monitoring the skies.
Human worldThe My Little Pony Equestria Girls series feature a human world, also called the Equestria Girls World, populated by multicolored humans. In Equestria Girls, Twilight Sparkle and Spike travel by means of a magic mirror to the human world, where there are many human counterparts to the characters that appear in the television series. Most of the film takes place in Canterlot High School, the surrounding city, a coffee shop similar to Sugarcube Corner, and a clothing shop similar to Carousel Boutique.
In Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks and its animated shorts, more locations are featured: a music store, an animal shelter where Fluttershy works, Applejack's house, the Flim Flam Brothers' Everything-Under-the-Sun Emporium, a cafe where the Dazzlings first appear, Pinkie Pie's house, and an amphitheater that serves as the venue for the final round of the Battle of the Bands.
Equestria Girls: Friendship Games introduces Canterlot High's rival school Crystal Prep Academy, which human Twilight attends. Equestria Girls: Legend of Everfree introduces Camp Everfree. In the Equestria Girls Holiday Special comic, Rarity's house is briefly featured.
LimboLimbo between realms is featured in My Little Pony Equestria Girls and also appears in IDW comics. Limbo between Equestria and the human world appears as a vortex—traveled through by Twilight Sparkle and Spike—in Equestria Girls and its screenplay novelization Equestria Girls: Through the Mirror and is featured—used as a trap for the Mane 7 by Juniper Montage—in Equestria Girls: Mirror Magic; limbo between Equestria and alternate Equestria appears as a vortex—traveled through by the seven main characters—in Friendship is Magic Issue #18. Limbo between Maretropolis and a human world appears as a vortex—traveled through by the Mane-iac—in Return of the Mane-iac. In the season seven finale Shadow Play, limbo is where Star Swirl the Bearded and the Pillars of Old Equestria have "been trapped for a thousand years".
Maps of Equestria and other locations in the series are featured in the series, comics, and merchandise.
- Maps of Equestria are featured in Pinkie Pride and in Twilight's Kingdom - Part 2.
- The Cutie Map is featured in The Cutie Map - Part 1, in The Lost Treasure of Griffonstone, in Made in Manehattan, in The Hooffields and McColts, in The Cutie Re-Mark - Part 1, in The Cutie Re-Mark - Part 2, in Spice Up Your Life, in Viva Las Pegasus, and in Top Bolt.
- A map of Equestria is featured in the Cutie Mark Crusaders' clubhouse in On Your Marks.
- A map of Equestria is featured on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Issue #2 pages 1 and 22, the latter of which features the following locations: Appaloosan Mountains, Canter Creek, Swamps of New Horseleans, the Saddle Horn Peaks, Sight[sic] of the Battle of Discord (Quarantined), Forest of Leota, Gelding Grotto, Lynx lairs, the Old Mountain, Timber Wolf Territory, Gracey's Swamp, Royal Guard Watchtower, Hatchaway Falls, Ye Old Oubliette, Silver & Scout Meadow, Ursa Major caverns, Kelpie Keep, Zap Apple Grove, Knight's Peak, Rocinante Cliffs, Froud Valley, and an arrow at the bottom-right pointing to Prancing Plains.
- Official maps of Equestria were released on August 3, 2012 and in My Little Pony: The Art of Equestria on September 7, 2015.
- The Equestria Map art print is sold by WeLoveFine.
- A map of the human world is featured in promotional material.
- ↑ Chapter 1, "A Crown Achievement", of the chapter book Twilight Sparkle and the Crystal Heart Spell (previewable on Google Books), states that "The citizens of Equestria, including the newly recovered Crystal Empire, were living in a time of happiness and prosperity".
- ↑ M.A. Larson confirming the reference to Las Vegas (2012-05-24). Retrieved on 2012 May 24. Archived locally.
- ↑ Jim Miller (2015-04-07). Big Jim on Twitter: "@SomeBronyArtist We always just referred to it as 'Our Town' like in the song.". Twitter. Retrieved on 2015 April 16.
- ↑ Jayson Thiessen (2015-04-05). Jayson Thiessen on Twitter: "@Rotosequence @lunaris22 "in Our Town, in Our Town..."". Twitter. Retrieved on 2015 April 16.
- ↑ Jayson Thiessen (2015-04-05). Jayson Thiessen on Twitter: "If you listen closely, they name the town in the song... #MLP5". Twitter. Retrieved on 2015 April 16.
- ↑ Jim Miller (2015-04-04). Big Jim on Twitter: "Even 'Our Town' is an equal sign. #MLP5". Twitter. Retrieved on 2015 April 16.
- ↑ Jim Miller (2016-10-01). Bug Jam on Twitter: "@FeatherData Seaward Shoals". Twitter. Retrieved on 2016 October 4.
- ↑ Jim Miller (2016-10-03). Bug Jam on Twitter: "@Partialgeek514 It's off the coast of Silver Shoals as mentioned by TS in the opening scene.". Twitter. Retrieved on 2016 October 4.
- ↑ My Little Pony: Under the Sparkling Sea. Amazon.com. Retrieved on 2012 November 30.
- ↑ the magic of friendship comes to the big screen in a new my little pony movie from hasbro's allspark pictures and lionsgate. PR Newswire (2015-08-07). Retrieved on 2015 August 7.
- ↑ Timeline Photos. Facebook (2015-07-02). Retrieved on 2015 July 2.
- ↑ Joe Corey (2017-05-17). My Little Pony: Equestria Girls return with a Magical Movie Night. Inside Pulse. Retrieved on 2017 May 18.
- ↑ Jared Albert (2017-05-26). The Girls of Canterlot High Return to Discovery Family in Three New My Little Pony: Equestria Girls Specials to Air Throughout the Network's Annual “Summer Splash” Programming Event. Discovery Family Channel. Discovery Communications, Inc.. Retrieved on 2017 May 26.
- ↑ My Little Pony: Equestria Girls - Magical Movie Night. Shout! Factory. Retrieved on 2017 May 5.
- ↑ Jared Albert (2017-09-20). October 2017 Programming Highlights. Discovery Family. Retrieved on 2017 September 20.