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There’s A Map For That (21 Interesting Pics)

You guys liked the charts and graphs so much I thought this would also be a fun post. Other than Google Maps, we don’t really think about maps too much anymore. Luckily there are still a few beautiful nerds out there making them, and they’re pretty great.


1. Olympus Mons on Mars, the largest volcano in our solar system, compared to Arizona.

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2. The United States of America: Alaskan perspective

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3. Wolf distribution in Italy from 1900 to 2020

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4. Euler diagram-map of the British Isles

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5. The true size of New Guinea.

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6. Light blue is a map as we know it and dark blue is the actual size of each country.

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7. The Shire – English counties ending in ‘shire’

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8. Places Named Victoria

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9. Countries who call it ‘football’ VS who call it ‘soccer’

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10. Exaggerated Elevation Map of California

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11. The Topography of Italy

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12. I (tried to) make a topographic pie of the United States.

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13. Each States Biggest Export Trading Partner

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14. World Map excluding countries with under 100m people.

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15. Roundels by country.

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16. It would be longer to drive from Malmö to Abisko, both in Sweden, than to drive from Malmö to Rome through five countries.

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17. Europe 1444 without any writing.

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18. Light pollution map of Europe.

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19. A map I made of every image that came up first when I searched each country’s name.

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20. Pitcairn Island – one of the least populated and most remote territories in the world.

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21. Relative value of $100

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