Take A Look At These 21 Maps That Show The World Around Us From A Different Perspective

by Damjan

Maps are a great way to present some information that is interesting to just a few professionals and make it easy to understand and enjoyable to all. It is fascinating to see the world from that perspective. Maps don’t have to be just about places and showing how to go from one place to another.

We are thankful to those guys who took their time to make these maps. It probably took a lot of time and research, but the result is amazing 

Go through these maps, you will definitely learn something new, and it will be interesting. I wish school were like that.  

1. Routes an Eagle has traveled over a 20 year period.

1. Routes an Eagle has traveled over a 20 year period.

2. Countries mentioned of in the Bible.

2. Countries mentioned of in the Bible.

3. Six different wolves’ packs tracked. The map shows how they avoid going into the territory of another pack.

3. Six different wolves’ packs tracked. The map shows how they avoid going into the territory of another pack.

4. Alaskan perspective of the USA.

4. Alaskan perspective of the USA.

5. Most popular names for girls.

Most popular girl name by state from 1960-2012 from r/MapPorn

6. Flamingo range.

6. Flamingo range.

7.Long travel for a Hobbit.

7.Long travel for a Hobbit.

8. "I took my brother on a 3,350 mile motorcycle camping trip for his 40th this year. For Christmas I wood burnt a map of it for him."

8.

9. The longest train ride.

9. The longest train ride.

10. Did you even know giraffes had different patterns?

10. Did you even know giraffes had different patterns?

11. This shows how map accuracy progressed through time.

11. This shows how map accuracy progressed through time.

12. Each slice holds 10% of the population.

12. Each slice holds 10% of the population.

13. Places Johnny Cash says to have been in “I’ve been everywhere.”

13. Places Johnny Cash says to have been in “I’ve been everywhere.”

14. Populations of the Dakotas and Manhattan compared.

14.  Populations of the Dakotas and Manhattan compared.

15. 50% of Canadians live underneath the red line.

15. 50% of Canadians live underneath the red line.

16. How much snowfall does is usually necessary to cancel schools?

16. How much snowfall does is usually necessary to cancel schools?

17. 3D “visualization” of the Australia bushfires. All of the affected areas are marked on the map, but some fires are extinguished.

17. 3D “visualization” of the Australia bushfires. All of the affected areas are marked on the map, but some fires are extinguished.

19. Territorial claims of Virginia over the years.

19. Territorial claims of Virginia over the years.

20. The continental South America begins east of Michigan

20. The continental South America begins east of Michigan

21. How big is Japan really?

21. How big is Japan really?

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