The map above titled ‘Children’s World Map’ only shows countries with a ban on corporal punishment for children and was created by Save The Children Sweden.
While the Berlin Wall may have fallen nearly 30 years ago, Germany remains a nation divided. But instead of East vs West, the division is between North and South, specifically Aldi Nord vs Aldi Süd.
And in case you were wondering, this is not some sort of regional division. The two companies are legally separate entities that both use the Aldi name.
The map above shows when women got the right to vote in each country around the world.
2018 marks the centenary of Women’s suffrage in the UK and even then only with several restrictions (had to be over the age of 30 and meet property qualifications).
Women in the UK would not get get to vote on equal terms as men until the passage of the Representation of the People (Equal Franchise) Act 1928.
The deceptively simple map above shows which countries qualified for the 2010, 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cups respectively.
The genius lies in the use of colour, which allows you to very quickly and easily see which countries qualified and in what year(s).
One of our most popular maps is Pangaea With Current International Borders.
However, while it’s without a doubt an amazing map, many users have commented that they wished that you could see the whole world.
Fortunately, Massimo Pietrobon via Tomas Slavkovsky from Melown, has done just that, creating a fully interactive Pangaea map with modern international borders that allows you to explore the whole earth.
You can have a play around with it below: