Why You Should Never Take A Map As A Pen and Paper
The maps that most people take as their primary tools for navigation are probably the most useful, and the best for getting a sense of where things are.
But there are many more maps that you can use as a pen and paper, too.
This map, from the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, is a fascinating exploration of the geological landscape around the world.
The maps are printed on durable, water-resistant, waterproof paper, and are printed in two sizes: Large and Small, and have a printed page that makes the maps easy to read and easily navigate.
If you want to get a sense for where things might be, you can even use this map as a compass.
It’s not just a map; it’s a compass, too!
If you’re looking for more detailed maps, check out these excellent maps.
For more great maps from around the web, you might like to check out our map collection, including maps of the United States and the United Kingdom, which is available for purchase from our partner, The Atlas Obscura.
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