Lachrymose Cartography

After yesterday’s admittedly bleak look at how not to use a map, I thought it worthwhile to look at a far more upbeat use of a map. This particular gem has been doing the rounds for a long long time, but I’ve no idea where it originated from (if you know, then please let me know in the comments).

As a map it’s a fairly simple affair, inspired by Andrew Lloyd Webber’s and Tim Rice’s 1978 musical Evita, showing which countries should and which countries shouldn’t cry for you.

So now you know.

Written and posted from the Nokia gate5 office in Schönhauser Allee, Berlin (52.5308072, 13.4108176)

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