Map created by reddit user Speech500 The map above shows different areas of Europe that are equal in terms of GDP to a given American state, along with cities that also correspond in terms of importance (based on population). For example, Texas’ GDP is just over 50% of the UK’s GDP ($1.4 Trillion USD vs […]
Map created by reddit user Udzu The map above shows the world split into regions with the same (+/- 10%) population as the United States. In total there are 23 regions included on the map, including the US itself.
Map created by reddit user nnikolov30 The map above shows the top tourist attraction based on the autocompleted Google answer to the question “What to see in…?” each of the European (ad surrounding) countries above. Just keep in mind Google alters its results based on user location, so if you do a similar search you […]
Map created by reddit user Ramesses_Deux The map above shows Italy divided into regions each with a roughly equal population of 20 million people.