“Here’s a guide for Russian soldiers who keep getting lost and ‘accidentally entering’ #Ukraine.”
This train calls at all stations to King’s Landing.
So London is very big and the UK is smaller than Texas. Most of these via the MapPorn subreddit.
TIL that the America Town Freedom Eagles are the best team at whatever sport the NHL is. Sorrynotsorry.
Imagine the impossible. Via r/imaginarymaps.
Chances are good it’s heart disease.
The Welsh dragon will be calling at Brecon Beacons and Snowdon only.
Pigeon people, abandoned islands, melting towns and naked people. That pretty much sums up our little planet.
Apparently, people in Illinois and Connecticut really, really want to move.
Offend your way across the continent.
These maps of Europe from designer Yanko Tsvetkov tell it like it really is.
Australia is a REALLY big country. Seriously.
Henry Hargreaves and Caitlin Levin put these clever maps together.
Scribd released its list of the most popular eBooks across the United States. Turns out, Americans love romance. And ice cream.
Former Innocent Drinks creative JoJo Oldham sells her maps here.
We are a nation of pie-lovers. The regional variations on this simple delicacy are almost endless, as this important guide demonstrates.
Stopping at all stations via Disappointment, Tourist Hell and Grey Conformity.
In beer, in bottles, in Kobe beef. Straya is EVERYWHERE.
Who would’ve guessed that New Jersey loves Bruce Springsteen?
Remember: Italy looks like a boot. OR DOES IT?!
Because there is literally nothing better than feeding your wanderlust.
Whether you’re taking the R up to Queens or the L into Brooklyn, Butterfruit Labs has got all your coffee needs covered.
Just so you know, this post features quite a lot of people in queues.
Why let everyone else have all the fun? According to data collected by Foursquare, these are the most popular lady bars in the country.
Whether you’re running, walking, or cycling, ALWAYS draw a penis.
Using Census Explorer, a tool from the U.S. Census Bureau that allows users to track statistics in states and counties, you can see how things have changed from 1990 to 2000 to 2012. The data is from the 1990 and 2000 census and 2008-2012 American Community Survey.
What life was like in the United States this year according to maps.