15 Feb

Map of the Week: Year of the Dog

Click on the image to enlarge 2018 is the year of the dog and this week’s map, created by Lili Chin, shows dogs of the world and their countries of origin. According to the cartographer, she wanted to “create something...
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2 Feb

Map of the Week: Super Bowl History

  Mark your calendars…this weekend is Super Bowl Sunday! This Sunday, February 4th, the Philadelphia Eagles will be playing the New England Patriots in the 52nd Super Bowl at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This week’s map shows the location of each...
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21 Dec

Map of the Week: Misery Map

Will you be traveling this holiday season? Everyone understands how stressful the holiday travel can be, especially if you are flying. Millions of people will travel within the United States and across the world to be reunited with their family...
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7 Dec

December’s Mapping Contest Winner

This month’s Mapping Contest winner is Pankaj Rawat from Delhi, India. His map “Geography of Traditional Music” illustrates all the various music genres within India separated along geographic boundaries. This map represents the musical diversity of India on a regional...
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2 Nov

November’s Mapping Contest Winner

This months mapping contest winner is Patrick McGranaghan for his artistic map detailing one of Mount Etna’s geographic features. This map is made to draw attention to a unique geographic oddity: a decipoint. This is the only place in the...
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19 Oct

Map of the Week: Celebration of Diwali

  Also known as the ‘festival of lights’, Diwali is a five-day festival that is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains, each of whom have their own specific traditions and customs in celebrating. But the one theme that is constant...
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