The map shows what an independent Republic of Kamchatka, (best known as a territory in Risk) might look like.
The map above shows the results of two separate referendums held in November 1994 on whether or not Norway and/or Sweden would join the EU. The map shows the breakdown by municipality in each country. Keep reading to learn more about each campaign:
The map above shows the town of Springfield from the Simpsons. It was created by Jerry Lerma and Terry Hogan (with the link to their website sadly no longer working) and states it was last revised on May 26th 2004.
This suggests the map is only accurate up to the end of season 15 (the show is currently on season 27).
While North Korea (officially: Democratic People’s Republic of Korea; DPRK) remains one of the world’s most isolated states, it does have numerous embassies in many countries around the world also hosts many foreign embassies in Pyongyang.
The map above shows which countries host a North Korean embassy, with the map below showing which countries have embassies in North Korea:
This remarkable map was developed by the Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division of the U.S. National Park Service.
It shows the distribution of the loudness of natural sounds (sounds that would be heard if human influence were taken out of the picture).