Maps have been a vital tool in aiding navigation around the world for many years now. Even after such a long duration of use, they have not lost their place in global interaction.
That said, maps are not the easiest of tools to use, especially without the right skills. This site is dedicated to changing that for everyone who comes across it. Anyone reading this is lucky to be here, where a lot of exciting and educative map information is discussed in the following sections.
Maps appear in a format known as a projection. This section touches on the major projections which are used in making world maps. It then goes further to educate the reader on the basics of reading world maps. That’s some good stuff!
Lying undiscovered, (by most people), in many parts of the world are valuable collections of some of the greatest maps. Understand what these collections are, and where they are to be found, and also how they can be accessed over the internet.
There are maps of old which don’t just show directions but can tell major stories from the eras they were created. This section touches on such maps and the resources they provide.
Although maps have been relevant throughout time, there have been variations in the methods used to create them over the ages. This section looks at maps in the modern world. It looks at how they are digitally created and their incorporation into the most popular technological device among humans today; the mobile phone!
Welcome for fun, educative navigation!!