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Cartographic Oddities

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Strange Maps is a blog that focuses on odd maps, many that look on the world with redrawn boundaries or strange ideas. Some have been posted about in this blog already (the redrawn map of the Middle East, for instance); others I haven’t seen before, including Imperial Texas, Greater Albania or what Europe might have looked like (in French eyes) if the Germans had won the war. Also included is on example of an island shared by Finland and Sweden with a very odd boundary. Worth keeping an eye on.

By way of Great Map.

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