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Parboti Rani
Jan 20, 2022
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Shipping bring the seas to Phone Number List light cartographically? Fig. 1: Hermann Berghaus, general world map in Mercator's projection for an overview of postal shipping and more recent trips around the world, Gotha 1864, 72 x 58 cm, KART SPA C 00268, Perthes Gotha collection. To the map in the Digital Historical Library Erfurt/Gotha A world map Phone Number List from Gotha For the »General World Map«, Berghaus chose the classic Mercator projection and a perspective centered on Europe. Greenland appears as an oversized blank area, with Phone Number List only a few stretches of coastline shown in more detail. Berghaus used this area to explain the flow lines shown and the pack ice A sign of the burgeoning enthusiasm for Phone Number List the polar regions in the Gothaer Verlagsanstalt. 4 In addition to the title of the map, the legend provides information about the postal shipping routes shown on it, many of which Phone Number List extend across the seas and occasionally also across the land masses (Fig. 2). Fig. 2: Legend of the »General World Map« by Herman Berghaus Arranged according to nations, the first column Phone Number List of the legend explains the intercontinental shipping routes, the frequency and the average journey time, which became predictable With the advent of steamships and thus Phone Number List made plannable trips around the world possible, as Jules Verne wrote a few years later in his novel »Journey around to describe the earth in 80 days” (1873) poetically. The colored lines, on Phone Number List the other hand, refer to the various circumnavigations of the earth in the form of scientific expeditions to postal shipping lines, some of which are shown in anticipation of future journeys. The main Phone Number List map is supplemented by three side maps arranged in the corners, which address canal projects relevant to the global transport
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