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38 Maps You Never Knew You Needed

 This map shows every area code in which Ludacris has "hoes":

This is what the world would look like if the water and land masses were inverted:

This is how much space the Great Lakes would take up if they were in Europe:
Here's how much space the world's population would take up if everyone lived in one city:
This is a map of every country England has ever invaded:
This map shows the population density in the United States by decade:
Here's a map of everything New Yorkers call 311 to complain about most:
This is what the U.S. might look like if state borders were redrawn to evenly distribute the population:
Here's another stab at the concept:
Ever wonder what time zones look like in Antarctica? Here's your answer:
A guide to the writing system of the world:
A Super Mario Bros. take on the world map:
 The U.S. according to which cities have their own Craigslist section:
Here's what the world might look like if it weren't spherical:
 A map of the U.S. with the original city names:
 A guide to the popularity of various sports around the world:
This map uses a different center point than you're used to:
 A map showing what's on the exact opposite side of the planet:
 A map of the worst light pollution in the U.S.:
Here's how Google auto-complete describes all 50 states:
 The U.S. drawn like a map from a fantasy novel:
The U.S. high-speed rail system that will never be:
An America that almost was from 1814:
 A map of the countries that consume the most milk:
A map of the most popular surnames in the U.S.:
Here are all the landlocked countries of the world:
All the countries that share just one border with another country:
The most popular web browsers by country:
Here's every country with a McDonald's:
The world according to power outlets:
How the world looked during the last ice age:
 Maps of the U.S. according to how often the Seven Deadly Sins are committed: