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Strange Maps: a lesson in bizarre geography

Have you ever wondered how people navigated Prohibition-era Chicago? How did the gangsters know where all the best Speak Easy spots were? Or maybe you’re curious about how we’d get around the world if there were no water? Thanks to Vincze Miklos, we now have access to all those bizarre ideas in the form of maps. His blog is dedicated to strange and unusual maps that no one should have time to make.

Anything from maps that distort continents and countries into characters, to maps that document very strange places such as Crazy Town, it’s all here.


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