Maps that never show in school geography lessons
Really interesting information about the countries of the world that was not told in geography lessons.
Maps and various graphics are one of the main tools through which we learn the world, so it is not surprising that people constantly invent new types of information to display. From school, we remember the maps and atlases of the world, the countries in which were painted in different colors depending on the amount of oil, on population density, and other geo-political indicators. In the maps below there is nothing boring and there is no such thing. But there are maps where the largest penises, breasts, where more plump, where live the fattest people in the world and other, very useful information.
Click on the map image - it can be viewed in large size. Each of these cards shows funny and curious facts, with the help of which we come to interesting conclusions.
15. The number of people in the European Union, aged 25 to 34 years, who still live with their parents
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