The spce where everyone can post and discuss maps, whatever they may be!
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This is a render of a normal paper map showing the geology of Iran created by @geo_spatialist on Twitter. …



As you can see the vast majority of Canada’s population lives very close to the U.S border. …




Japan has a very interesting geography. On one hand you have massive mountains that are very steep, and suddenly you drop to these extremely-flat plains that are close to sea-level. …




For anyone wondering, the small red spot in North-Western Florida is a nature refuge which contains some extremly rare species of plants…



As you can see, the Green Belt zones are the only things keeping England from becoming one big & continous urban sprawl of cities from South London all the way to Liverpool. 🏢 🌳 🏢…


The spce where everyone can post and discuss maps, whatever they may be!
!maps

    RULES:

    1. All posts must be maps, any meta posts should be tagged with [META] in the title.

    2. No hate speech: racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, etc…

    3. No obscene/NSFW content - maps may look sexy, but not in that kind of way.

    4. Maps shouldn’t be of a very small resolution. As long as they are readable, its fine.

    SUGGESTIONS:

    *I strongly suggest that sources be included with any self-made maps, it’s not mandatory, but it would be nice!