Do you ever wonder what local history is around you? Did you watch Indiana Jones with dreams of becoming an archaeologist? Learning what artifacts and buildings existed in our towns long before us can be fascinating. Luckily, the Map Store is home to a great selection of historical maps. This month we talked to Historiska GIS-kartor to learn more about historical maps of Sweden.
Have you ever heard the saying ‘West coast best coast’ in North America? I’m sure many people would agree. How can you not love the lush forests, towering fir trees and the vast expanse of mountains? For this month's featured publisher, we are visiting the best coast and talking to Elevation Changes Cartographic LLC, created by James Wilson.
Have you ever dreamed of hiking Everest? Tackling the famous summit and making your mark as one of the small numbers of people to do so? Or even a small hike in the Himalayas? This month, we spoke to Partha S Banjeree of WNL-Newscript/Milestone Books, who makes maps of the Everest and other Himalayan regions.
The Andes mountain range is the longest continental mountain range in the world. Learn all about the famous hiking region and mapping the Andes with Andeshandbook!
The Appalachian Mountains stretch over 2,000 kilometers in the eastern United States, with easy access from New York and Montreal. It’s one of the most popular hiking and outdoor areas in the country, learn why here.
BarnwellGeospatial, owned and created by Charles Barnwell seeks to make the highest quality, and up-to-date topographic maps available, with a focus on America’s 49th state, Alaska!
This month’s Publisher Feature is all about Fraternali Editore from Italy. Walking over 50,000km to get the most accurate data for their maps, they put their heart, soul, and walking shoes into what they do! To learn more about Fraternali Editore, we spoke to Mario Fraternali, one of the owners of the company.