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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. Since the last one got a huge amount of attention: Here’s the second one, Italy this time! I’m having more and more fun doing these, and there’s more to come!

u/Sir_Lazz

2. This map I found while cleaning up.

u/Down_Loard

3. You CAN connect the contiguous 48 using non-rectangular counties!

u/theSUandpokemonkid

4. Turkey borders 7 countries with 7 different alphabets.

u/philophobist

5. If Indian states were renamed after countries with similar population.

u/dice_rolling

6. Areas where Agriculture had been discovered independent of outside influences (from Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari)

u/IamHere-4U

7. Day six into social distancing, I have drawn an entire city.

u/Hascerflef

8. Last executions and methods in Europe.

u/just_a_dude2727

9. LEGO map of Europe my son and I did during the time of social distancing.

u/KingofFairview

10. 36,569 French Communes.

u/RolandOrzabal2b2t

11. Germany Intercity Rail Network (2020)

u/MarineKingPrime_

12. The Great Loop! A Year-long North American Boating Tour.

u/thejugalo

13. This Map from 1941 I found cleaning my grandpa’s room.

u/IAmGenius14

14. Suffixes of German towns and villages (+dramatic corona related headline)

u/vier-zwo

15. Cut-out of London’s Piccadilly tube station (1928)

u/ploflo

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