This classic Africa map is a perfect combination of exceptional cartography and rich detail. Published in February of 1980 as a companion to the map"Africa, Its Political Development."
This map of the Holy Land features attractive cartography and copious historical. It also reveals the locations of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, and contains references to Bible passages alongside relevant place names. Published in December 1956
National Geographic Giant Traveling Maps are enormously entertaining and educationally powerful tools for introducing geography and map reading skills to students, grades K-8.
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Collectors will treasure the intricate detail of this ambitious map of Asia. Printed in December 1933 with the article "Afghanistan Makes Haste Slowly," this work features an inset with the names of countries in English and the national language.
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Published in March 1948 with the article "An Arnhem Land Adventure," this is the earliest National Geographic map of "The Land Down Under." This map captures Australia poised for massive immigration and the change that it brought following World War II. A
Published in June 1943, this map of Europe and the Near East features distances from European ports to other world ports. An inset of the Middle East provides detail of the Asian countries adjacent to Europe.
Discover the ever-changing continent of Africa with this vibrant, detailed map. Published in December of 1990 as a companion to the "Africa Threatened" map and three articles on Africa including "A Gathering of Waters and Wildlife."
From red desert sunsets to the Sydney Opera House, Australia is an exciting continent of adventure, culture, and unique wildlife. Explore its many diverse regions with this attractive map. Published in July 2000 as half of a two–map set with "Austra