The map above shows which word appears most often on each country’s English language Wikipedia page. For example, on the Wikipedia page about Canada, the word ‘Quebec’ appears more often than any other.
European Languages According To The Dutch
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.
Map of The United States in Esperanto
The map above simply shows the names of each of the states in the United States with their names in Esperanto.
Interestingly, both Ohio and Idaho are spelled the same, although would be pronounced slightly differently than they are in English.
Modern Distribution of Celtic Languages In The 21st Century
The map above shows the distribution of Celtic language speakers in Europe in the early 21st century.
Catalonia & The Catalan Language: 10 Facts & Maps
Fact 1: Catalonia is both an autonomous community within Spain (big yellow area above), but also a historic principality that extended into what is now France (small dark yellow area).
Catalan is one of 3 official languages in the Spanish autonomous region of Catalonia (along with Spanish and Occitan), whereas Catalan has no official status within France (although it has recognition at the regional level).
Football vs Soccer
Depending on where you live, football and soccer can refer to completely different games. For example, in America football refers to American football whereas in the UK it refers to association football, which in America would be called soccer.