of the Internet? Do you live near Googolplex Gulf, by the MS-DOS Sea, or closer to the South Datastream? Or do you spend more of your time on eBay Island? Click the zoom button at bottom left to see more of this incredibly detailed map, which depicts these places and more. Read more.
Perhaps Africa is far bigger than you realised?
The map, sketched by a German tourist in 1823, is considered to be the second modern map of the city; ‘It replicates the boundaries and key structures with precision,’ says Israeli historical geographer. Haaretz.com reports: A map of Jerusalem that was drafted some 190 years ago by a German tourist was recently unearthed by two researchers…
Very cool map animation. Watch the history of the Middle East (and beyond) unfold with an interactive map showing the various civilizations that have ruled the region from ancient Egypt to modern times. Click on the map to start the show. Source: Steve Ray
Here is a visual survey of ancient Rome from the original city-state republic in 510 BC all the way through to AD 1453. HT
The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life has it: HT
A quick and simple geographic map of the Holy Land showing its various (major) parts: How draw it here. HT: Bible Places