The map above is a humours look at how the Dutch view other European languages.
Of course Dutch itself is view as the best language, with English being their second language since over 90% of people in the Netherlands can speak it.
The map above shows potential exit names European Union countries could use if they decided to leave the EU in the same way as the UK did via “Brexit.”
The map above shows the state of Women’s Suffrage in North America just 100 years ago. Amazingly, the majority of women in the United States still did not have the right to vote.
By mid-1917, the majority of Canadian provinces offered full suffrage to women, with the exceptions being Quebec and the Atlantic provinces (note Newfoundland would not join Canada until 1949).
However, in the United States the only states offering women the full right to vote were out West. Eastern, Southern, and Mid-Western states did not for the most part.
If you’re in London at some point before 1 March 2017, you need to head over to the British Library and check out Maps and the 20th Century: Drawing the Line. (and if not you should buy the book instead).
It is quite simply the best map exhibit I’ve ever seen.
The 3 Star Wars maps presented here are possibly some of the coolest and most original maps we’ve ever featured. They are the brainchild of freelance illustrator and artist Andrew DeGraff.
Each map shows the paths of the major characters in each of the original Star Wars trilogy films.
The map above shows the best selling singer, musical artist or band from each of the 50 US states. While many expected names make the list such as Elvis, Prince, Madonna, etc. there are quite a few surprises.
Keep reading below for the complete list by state: