40 Maps They Didn’t Teach You In School

We learned that we were never taught the most interesting things during high school. We have gathered great and informative selection of infographical maps to give you a real understanding of how the world functions. Infographical maps are amazing as it shows how easy it is to perceive the presented information. It also allows anyone to simply choose a country and the way on how your map to appear.

We encourage you to learn the most popular things in different countries. This is way better than the ones taught in school.

The Most Famous Brand From Each State In The US

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Red Hair Map of Europe

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Most Popular Sports in the World

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Breast Sizes Relating to Countries

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Political World Map as Pangea 200-300 Million Years Ago

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The World According to Americans

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Most Used Web Browser World Map (2012)

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Map of Countries Officially Not Using the Metric System

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The Penis Size Worldwide

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Map of the Most Common Surnames in Europe

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Map of Countries Most and Least Welcoming to Foreigners

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World Map of National IQ Scores

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Beer Names in Different European Languages

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Freedom of Press

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Most Consumed Alcoholic Beverage by Country

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A World Map that Inverts Land and Sea

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Worldwide Driving Orientation

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Prevalence of Obesity

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Map Of Most Attractive Citizens in Europe

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European Citizens Who Drink the Most

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United States According to Autocomplete

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Every Country England Has Ever Invaded (all but 22 countries in the world)

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7 Deadly Sins Map

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World Map of Social Networks 2009 vs 2012

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Total Fertility Rate Map

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Map of the World in Proportion to Population

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Different Alphabets Around the World

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World’s Population Concentrated in One City

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Countries with McDonald’s

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Map of the Most Popular Surnames in the United States

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Lightning Intensity Map

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Map of the Earth With Mercator Projection Using a Different Centerpoint

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Time Zones in Antarctica

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If US Cities Had Kept Their Original Names


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