Because there is no better way to learn about this vast world than through a map — interesting maps from All That Is Interesting!
An Eye-Opening View Of US State Stereotypes Courtesy Of Auto Complete
With the exception of the "good" state of Oregon and the perennially "important" state of Ohio, not many Google users are positive about the 50 states.
The World According To The Ottoman Empire
For lacking sophisticated cartography instruments, the Ottomans didn't do too bad of a job in sketching their understanding of the world.
Mapping Europe’s Unemployment
Greece, Spain, Italy. All are dream travel destinations, all are relatively hellish dead ends for its denizens.
Mapping Lactase Tolerance
Lactase, the enzyme that allows individuals to digest lactose--a sugar found in dairy products--is, for the most part, on the evolutionary decline.
25 Maps That Make Sense Of The World
With so many unknowns within our own counties, these 25 maps provide a little explanation of our world’s many social intricacies every now and then.
When Americans Try To Place European Countries On A Map
If you weren't already aware, most people from the United States aren't too hip to the field of geography. Here are 31 examples of it.
World Population Growth In GIF Form
As birth rates in North America and Europe remain stagnant, sub-Saharan Africa's only continues to grow.
The Diverse Ancestry Of The United States
Does your heritage align with this map? Read on and find out.
The Most Popular Female Names In America
In summation: there are a ton of middle-aged women out there named Jennifer.
The Spread Of Modern Day Slavery In One Distressing Map
While slavery seems to some a relic of the past, the oppressive, dignity-robbing practice is still very much alive in the present.
Alaska’s Staggering Size
Alaska might occupy a small amount of space in our national consciousness, but it makes up for that by comprising around 17% of the United States' area.