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Mr. Laitenberger's 93 8th grade Social Studies students each selected one of the 90+ countries represented in the #Olympics2018!
# of Olympians
Then they're marking it on the big map!
Look at IKEA bringing back the old school wall maps. We have a vintage schoolhouse original on our wall at home. But if you can’t find one @ikeausa has this one and you can buy the frame. #blackandwhiteonly#wallmap#ikea
A wooden topographic map of the United States by Redditor noahhl
Creator’s notes: “I had an empty wall in my living room and a CNC router, so what else to do besides make a giant wooden relief map of the United States and glue it to my wall?”
“Total size is about 7' x 4'. Fifteen species of wood were used: oak (red & white), birch, ash, poplar, walnut, maple, butternut, cherry, cedar, mahogany (African and Honduran), pine, and two mystery woods. Sea level is equal to 1/4", and the highest point is about 3.5".”
“States were glued to the wall using hot glue. We'll have to patch and paint if it ever gets taken down, but I'm not planning on that happening any time soon.”
Images of the individual states:
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Because of a lack of time I'll shamelessly repost this lovely composite satellite image that decorates my hallway.
I like to use maps to decorate my apartment. This satellite image of the Netherlands is hanging in my hallway. I took apart an atlas and puzzled the pages into one big photo. It does need some maintenance soon but I really like walking past it every time I go out or return home.
The photo consists of multiple infrared photos taken by the SPOT 1 and/or SPOT 2 satellites during the spring and summer of 1990. The difference in brightness visible in the picture is a result of the different dates at which the images were taken. The complete photo is about 2,5 meters high and 2 meters wide (8,2 by 6,6 ft).
SPOT (French: Satellite Pour l’Observation de la Terre, "Satellite for observation of Earth") is a commercial high-resolution optical imaging Earth observation satellite system operating from space. It is run by Spot Image, based in Toulouse, France. It was initiated by the CNES (Centre national d'études spatiales – the French space agency) in the 1970s and was developed in association with the SSTC (Belgian scientific, technical and cultural services) and the Swedish National Space Board (SNSB). It has been designed to improve the knowledge and management of the Earth by exploring the Earth's resources, detecting and forecasting phenomena involving climatology and oceanography, and monitoring human activities and natural phenomena.
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5 17312:21 PM Aug 12, 2016
Bird's-eye view pictorial map of the contiguous United States with parts of Canada and Mexico. (1942)
Decorative cartouche features an American eagle shield surmounted by a ribbon banner with the title of the map. Shows natural features, mountain ranges, trees, agricultural products, industry, plane, ships and boats, fishes in the oceans, flowers and domestic animals of various regions such as a crab in Maryland, a flamingo in Florida, and cacti in the desert Southwest. Skyscrapers of the big cities and landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty are shown. A Canadian Mounty, Native Americans and cowboys are depicted in the regions they are associated with.
5 3166:49 PM Aug 25, 2016
One of Winston Churchill's maps in the Cabinet War Rooms, where the British Prime Minister and his team used to track the progress of the war.
The Churchill War Rooms is a museum in London and one of the five branches of the Imperial War Museum. The museum comprises the Cabinet War Rooms, a historic underground complex that housed a British government command centre throughout the Second World War, and the Churchill Museum, a biographical museum exploring the life of British statesman Winston Churchill. It is located beneath the Treasury building in the Whitehall area of Westminster
Construction began in 1938. They became operational in August 1939, shortly before the outbreak of war in Europe. They remained in operation throughout the Second World War, before being abandoned in August 1945 after the surrender of Japan. After the war the historic value of the Cabinet War Rooms was recognised. In the early 1980s the Imperial War Museum was asked to take over the administration of the site, and the Cabinet War Rooms were opened to the public in April 1984. The museum was reopened in 2005 following a major redevelopment as the Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms, but in 2010 this was shortened to the Churchill War Rooms.
During its operational life two of the Cabinet War Rooms were of particular importance. Once operational, the facility's Map Room was in constant use and manned around the clock by officers of the Royal Navy, British army and Royal Air Force. These officers were responsible for producing a daily intelligence summary for the King, Prime Minister and the military Chiefs of Staff. The other key room was the Cabinet Room. Following Winston Churchill's appointment as Prime Minister, Churchill visited the Cabinet Room in May 1940 and declared: 'This is the room from which I will direct the war'.
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