WorldAtlas.com: An Online Atlas of World Maps and Geography Facts for Teachers, Students, and Travelers
(Dallas, Texas) Geography site WorldAtlas.com is pleased to celebrate over ten years of bringing high quality educational resources and in-depth information about the world at large to teachers, students, and global travelers. World Atlas is home to an extensive library of quality world maps covering virtually every continent, country, state, and physical feature on Earth.
Their website at www.WorldAtlas.com is loaded with geography facts on topics such as: longitude and latitude, the world’s biggest cities, how many countries are in the world, longest rivers on Earth, and travel distances between major destinations. This is a great site for map and geography lovers to happily explore for hours, or a perfect online destination for finding world maps and information quickly and easily.
The extensive World Atlas map collection includes a map of North America and USA maps, maps of Canada and Mexico. Central and South America maps provide detailed information on Panama, Guatemala, Belize, and Brazil. Some of World Atlas’ most sought after information by travel visitors is their map of Caribbean Islands, as well as individual maps of Jamaica, Aruba maps, and maps of Puerto Rico.
A great resource for teachers and students is the World Atlas Question and Answer section. Website users can request information via a simple website form and the World Atlas team will respond with a well researched answer promptly. The site also offers a Daily Geography Quiz with a $100 prize for anyone to participate in. This added incentive is a great way to get students, or just about anyone, more interested in the geography of the planet.
A selection of educational videos from around the world makes a great enhancement for geography curriculum in the high school or junior high classroom. The World Atlas List section shares everything a visitor could want to know about the Earth’s biggest, longest, smallest, deepest, and most unique places. Find out about the world’s longest rivers, tallest mountains, deepest oceans of the world, and tiniest countries, then cross reference these facts to the appropriate world map showing details of the landmark.
The cartography professionals at Worldatlas.com create custom maps of cities or regions, and maps to demonstrate specific aspects of population, economics, resources, and climate for special presentations or promotional brochures. Their high quality map productions are available at very reasonable prices and all inquiries are appreciated. Almanacs, atlases, and world guides are also available for educators and travelers via the website.
World Atlas maps are created by a team of professional map artists using the most modern techniques of computer graphic design. The parent company, Graphic Maps, has been producing exceptional maps and atlases for 20 years and this experience reflects in the workmanship of the World Atlas product.
Visitors can download or copy a wide variety of geography clip art and any of the quality maps displayed on the website. Students in need of project visuals can use a free map of Africa or individual Rwanda, Nigeria, or Chad map. Great Europe maps are also available including country maps of Spain, Norway, and Italy, as well as Germany and UK maps. United States resources include Connecticut, California, and Florida maps, and even detailed maps of South Dakota.
World Atlas is proud to bring a globe full of educational resources and exceptional world maps to teachers, students, and travel enthusiasts, and they look forward to being the world’s online geography destination for many years to come. For more information about any of their educational or custom map services, call or visit the website at www.Worldatlas.com.
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