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Once you start seceding, who's to say where it will stop?



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Street names can cause diplomatic offence - and sometimes, that's exactly why they're there. 



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Even underground, there would still be a helicopter hovering overhead



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Did you know the U.S. is actually almost half empty? 



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Also, where are you going to find a ram's horn at this time of year? 



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How bloody was Australia's colonial history? Two mapping projects reveal the horrible truth



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Possibly the biggest Christmas tree in the history of ever



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A Middle-Eastern copy of the famous 'serio-comic' map of Europe, with the female figures more modestly dressed



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The highest concentration in Europe of places named after saints? Galicia, in Spain. 



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By 2020, Bitcoin mining will consume more energy than the world currently produces



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The Caucasus is dry, the Far East very wet



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How the U.S. teaches foreign languages to its diplomats. 



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Despite accusations of racial stereotyping, most Dutch cities and towns keep the traditional blackface version of 'Zwarte Piet'.



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A gratuity is expected in some countries, but taken as an insult in others



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What the region's train network would look like if all plans and proposals were realised



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Do you know you Hangzhous from your Changzhous?



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The U.S. divided into Pacific, Atlantic, Interior and Confederate States

 

 

 



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A phonetic map to help Warsaw Pact soldiers find their way around the Home Counties



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An eye-catching 'scaly-dragon' map of Berlin's public transport system in 1927



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Bending the rules of government in exchange for favours or bribes is a worldwide problem. It is certainly not limited to Mexico, but the statistic is shocking. 



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