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Do all maps show real places?
How are features selected?
Why do maps have scale?
Why do place names change over time?
How are hills shown on a flat map?
Why use symbols?
Do maps go out of date?
How do maps show human activity?
How is the spherical world made flat?
Why is north to the top?
You are where?
Where in Europe?
New and improved chart of the Hebrides.
Nova Et Accvratissima Totius Terrarvm Orbis Tabvla.
Portolan chart of Europe.
A plan of the battle of Culloden and the adjacent country.
'Scotia' by Paolo Forlani, Venice: around 1560 .
School room map of Europe by the Scottish School Book …
New hydrographical survey of the islands of Shetland.
Scotiae tabula / Abraham Ortelius. Antwerp …
Map of Strath Devon and the district between the Ochils...
Geological map of the British Isles and Adjacent Coast...
Victorian population map.
Naturalist's map of Scotland.
Plan of the town of Dundee …
'The Graphic' war map.
Map of Great Britain and Ireland.
18th century map of Inverness
Map of the Clyde and Tweed basins.
Chart of the islands of Orkney with the coast of Scotland.