Paper maps may be going the way of the phone book, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have their uses.

Take the Map of Fictional London, for example. Its creators have pulled together references to London from 600 works of fiction, including plays, stories, books, and poems, and have redrawn the map of that famous city. In place of the street names, you will find the names of characters, books, and stories new and old.

(via The Map of Fictional London Will Keep You From Getting Lost in the Story | The Digital Reader)

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