User: emilylikesredditalot (reddit)
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An 1853 relief map of Italy with statistical tables
A postcard celebrating the opening of the Panama Canal as the "kiss of the oceans"
A map featuring Bohemia as a rose centered on Prague (1668)
Chinese Map of the Eastern Hemisphere (1799)
Poseidon caresses a mermaid in this 16th-century map of Italy
The Porcineograph of 1875, depicting the United States as a giant hog with Maine as its snout, Florida as its hoof, and Cuba as a sausage
Eagle Map of the United States (1833)
The incredibly detailed Fra Mauro map, featuring hundreds of illustrations (c. 1450)
A map depicting Europe as a queen, with Spain as her head, Portugal as her crown, and Italy as her arm (1804)
A retrospective map of the world known to Europeans in 1498
A map of the "the north part of Great Britain called Scotland" (c. 1726)
Imperial Federation Map of the World Showing the Extent of the British Empire in 1886
A 1940 map of Europe "as it might be seen by a person of supernatural vision"
Map of France as a Ship (1796)
Asia in the Form of Pegasus (1581)
Carta Marina (1539), one of the earliest accurate depictions of the Scandinavian peninsula
Japanese Map of the World and Its People (c. 1870)
A 1584 map of Jerusalem featuring at least 270 landmarks and references, including Christ’s arrival on a donkey on Palm Sunday, the Last Supper, his trial before Pontius Pilate, and his crucifixion on Mount Calvary
A 1721 map depicting the mouth of the Elbe River
An 1872 Korean map of the city of Namwon
A reproduction of the western half of the 1375 Catalan Atlas
An ichthyocentaur (part human, part horse, and part fish) plays a musical instrument in this 1572 map of the North Atlantic
A World War II map showing bomb damage in London (Black = Total destruction; Purple = Damaged beyond repair; Dark Red = Seriously damaged, doubtful if repairable; Light Red = Seriously damaged, but repairable; Orange = General blast damage, not structural; Yellow = Blast damage, minor in nature)
A serio-comic map of Europe as seen by an Italian nationalist (c. 1871)
A 17th-century map of London drawn by the Prague draftsman and engraver Wencesclaus Hollar
Views of Barcelona and Granada (c. 1590)
The Ebstorf Map, depicting the head of Christ at the top of the world, his hands on either side, and his feet at the bottom (13th century)
A 1599 map of the North Pole featuring sea monsters, ships, and whales (Frankfurt)
A 1906 map of the United States showing the acquisition of territory
A whimsical map of the Americas depicting the King of Spain riding across the Atlantic in a sea chariot, supposedly on his way to the New World colonies (published in 1673 or later)
The first map whose borders featured female figures as symbols of major geographic regions (Amsterdam, 1594)
Continental Map with Scenes of Forty-eight Foreign People (America and Europe) (c. 1718)
A draft of the Port Royal and Kingston harbors (1756)
A 1647 map of the moon
The Genoese Map, featuring mythical creatures, castles, and a literal Red Sea (1457)
A 1912 map of Germany depicting the Pied Piper of Hamelin
The Arabian Peninsula as described by Ptolemy in the 2nd century
A stylized Japanese world map created during the late Edo period (19th century)
A map of the British Empire in America with adjacent French and Spanish settlements (c. 1733)
A map of Cornwall and Devonshire featuring nymphs in rivers, shepherds on hills, and sea monsters in the Bristol Channel (formerly known as the Severn or Sabrinian Sea)
A 1738 astronomical map depicting eclipses and unknown lands
A map of the Eastern Hemisphere printed by order of the King of Korea (1860)
A map of the Battle of Waterloo showing the positions of the troops just before the final defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte (1815)
A pair of celestial maps depicting the constellations of the Northern and Southern hemispheres and eight of the most important observatories in Europe (1742)
A map depicting "Terres Inconnues" ("Unknown Lands") in North America (c. 1681)
An embellished map of Europe and northern Africa from the Vallard Atlas (1547)
A sea chart created by Edmond Halley, the eponym of Halley’s Comet
A 1603 map of Tartary, Japan, and the west coast of North America
A medieval world map created between 1328 and 1343
A world map showing the Magellan-Elcano expedition, the first voyage around the world in human history (c. 1544)
An 1801 map of the Eastern Hemisphere depicting much of Africa as “Parts Unknown”
A 1911 map of the North Pole featuring "Unerforschtes Gebiet" ("Unexplored Area")
Detail of the Catalan Atlas (1375)
A manga map centered on Japan, featuring numerous cultural and historical references (1924)
A strip map of the road from Chester to Holyhead (1675)
A map showing the distribution of various races and styles of dress (1853)
A world map centered on the Arabian Gulf (likely an 18th-century copy of a 16th-century original)
A 1928 reproduction of Muhammad al-Idrisi's 12th-century world map
A 1792 map depicting Europe as a Queen, America as a Native American, Asia with an incense burner and camel, and Africa with a pyramid and lion
A 1681 map intended primarily for religious education, depicting the seven days of creation, the expulsion from Paradise, the Flood, the Tower of Babel, God speaking to Moses, the Ten Commandments, the Crucifixion, and the Ascension
A 1737 map of Suriname
A composite map of Urbano Monte’s 1587 planisphere, originally a series of 60 hand-drawn sheets
A 1606 map of Europe from a later edition of the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum
A map paying tribute to Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days (Paris, 1870)
Hanc Insulam Perlustrabat (1584), a regional map of Spain depicting the departure point for Columbus and many other voyages to the New World
A 1656 map depicting celestial phenomena and famous explorers
A 1578 map with allegorical figures representing Fire (Zeus), Air (Hera), Water (Neptune), and Earth (Gaia)
A map of Brazil depicting archery and dismemberment (1555)
A stylized map of four Aegean Islands from Bartolomeo Da Li Sonetti’s Isolario (1485)
Paneled maps of America, Europe, Asia, and Africa with illustrations of indigenous peoples and views of major cities (Paris, 1659)
A map featuring portraits of famous explorers and scenes from 18th-century life, including gold mining, hunting, cooking, sugar refining, human sacrifice, and more (Paris, 1713)
Pocket Map of Kai Province (1842)
A rearrangement of the landmasses into the form of a polar bear (Artist: Kentaro Nagai)
Map of the North Pole by Guillaume Le Testu (1555)
A map depicting the Great Siege of Malta (1631)
A 1615 map surrounded by zodiac constellations
A map of the China Sea from the Miller Atlas (1519)
John Smith's 1612 map of Virginia, which colonists used for nearly a century
A Japanese map of Nagasaki (1860)
A map bordered by astrological allusions and scenes of debauchery (Amsterdam, c. 1720)
A 1583 map of eastern Europe and northern Africa by Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer, whose work was so popular in England that sea charts became known as "waggoners"
An 1837 braille map of Maine
A series of maps demonstrating how travel speeds accelerated from 1800 to 1930, featured in the Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States (1932)
Visscher's "Twelve Caesars Map," featuring Roman emperors, costumed figures, and city views (Amsterdam, 1652)
Dahala Khagrabari was a piece of India within a piece of Bangladesh within a piece of India within Bangladesh. It was the only third-order enclave in the world until 2015, when it was ceded to Bangladesh.
A restored relief map of Iceland, originally created in 1928
A map of the New World bordered by full-length portraits of Columbus, Vespucci, Magellan and Pizarro (Frankfurt, 1596)
Google Maps shows different borders to different audiences. India and Pakistan have fought over Kashmir for more than 70 years, so viewers in Pakistan see the borders as a dotted line, indicating a dispute. But in India, people see a solid line showing Kashmir as part of India.
New York Gang Territories (1840–1910)
A retrospective map of the world known to Europeans in 1498
Every star we can see from Earth
A map of the Arctic created by the U.S. Department of State
Leo Belgicus, a stylization of the Low Countries and one of the earliest propaganda maps
A pictorial map of Europe, the Near East, and North Africa with dozens of vignettes depicting major cities and landmarks (London, 1842)
1950 Chicago Settlement Map
There's no "up" or "down" in space, so here's the south-up Hobo-Dyer map!
Zoological maps showing the distribution of birds, reptiles, and other animals around the world (c. 1850)
A 1927 Ottoman world map from a school atlas
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boat parts and history
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