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There’s A Map For That (15 Interesting Pics)

Now maps are apps, but it used to be a 27’x27′ piece of paper folded up in your dad’s glovebox. We’ve come a long way.

Maps are incredible now. With the ability to make them on computers mixed with the sheer amount of knowledge we’ve amassed, you can pack a lot of information into one. Here are the 15 best I found this week.

1. I recorded the last two months as a pizza delivery guy (on bike)

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3. For Decades, Cartographers Have Been Hiding Covert Illustrations Inside of Switzerland’s Official Maps.

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4. Turns out you can just about squeeze the UK into Canada’s Hudson Bay.

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5. Areas in Europe compared to US states by population.

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6. French cities raided by Vikings during the Viking Age.

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7. American made war map of Europe in 1914 with statistics of the countries (population, length of railways, telegraphs and telephone lines, size of army, cavalry, artillery, navy etc…)

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8. The ancient shorelines of Lake Mega Chad [5304×4096]

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9. I was at a friend’s house when I saw their grandma classroom globe from when she used to teach fifth grade.

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10. Which country is the roundest?

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11. An old dutch map from the world (1700). Found this in a very old bible my grandma still keeps.

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12. Map of Europe during the Ice Age.

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13. The quarantines from coronavirus have had an impact in China that is visible from space.

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14. Notasia.

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15. World flag color map, printed on fabric, in our break room.

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