A Blank Map Thread

Hi again! This is a follow-up, this time with a blank map of Russia. White means it's Russian territory, without disputes. Light grey means disputed (Crimea and South Kurils). Thin border means a possible future merger of federal subjects. In Yakutia, the thin border simply indicates all historical time zone boundaries since 1991. Light grey borders within federal subjects mean that that federal subject used to be 2+ separate federal subjects. Feel free to use it.


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I'll be posting a map of the Philippines here, combining elevation and political maps as one. This one includes rivers. Unfortunately, due to the file size, I'll be posting it in multiple parts.
 
Hi there, this was

my map originally from the WIP thread which is why the Netherlands look strange. I am aiming for 1500-1600 and [hopefully] I have achieved that- let me know what you think

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i found this set of rather detailed maps of the netherlands (13 paleogeographic maps stretching between 9000bc and 2000ad they download as pdf):https://www.cultureelerfgoed.nl/onderwerpen/bronnen-en-kaarten/documenten/publicaties/2019/01/01/paleogeografische-kaarten-pdf
 
Hi, fellow mappers! Attached here is a blank map of the United States. Here, you can colour in states (and 2010 congressional districts for Maine and Nebraska) in any given shades of red and blue. Yes, this is election-related, but you can use this map however you want. Feel free to use it.

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Yeah, I like your map better. Stripes don't really tell you anything about which CD is which.
Just to clarify, in Nebraska, the congressional districts are, from left to right, 3-1-2. In Maine, the larger one is District 2, with the one on the coast being District 1. The thin state outlines on each can be coloured in to indicate the statewide result. So, the congressional districts for both are shown to show their results individually.
 
Just to clarify, in Nebraska, the congressional districts are, from left to right, 3-1-2. In Maine, the larger one is District 2, with the one on the coast being District 1. The thin state outlines on each can be coloured in to indicate the statewide result. So, the congressional districts for both are shown to show their results individually.
Yes, I know that. That's why I like your map.
 
Hello kind people, I'd like to request a blank Indian subcontinent with Indian state borders please.

(i know it's up there somewhere but after searching for about twenty minutes, I give up)
 
Hello kind people, I'd like to request a blank Indian subcontinent with Indian state borders please.

(i know it's up there somewhere but after searching for about twenty minutes, I give up)

hope this works for you
 
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