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Commissions are possible – so if you fancy a table to remind you of your favourite Scottish Highland or Lake District peak, why not get in touch?

I recently completed a piece of work focusing on tourism in my own area – with particular reference to the quality of sea bathing water.

Made from sycamore and yew, it has a glass top that gives an amazing bird’s-eye view of this feature every time you pick up your coffee cup.

His press release states: “Pop Map is not only an unconventional, playful tourist guide, it also serves as a great tool to release nervous energy while exploring the world.

Several studies have shown the stress-relieving effect of popping bubble wraps and the way it relaxes people …..

Find out more about Egg Maps at: I love learning new things, and happily stumbled across this the other day.

I had never heard of a ‘deci-point’ – but now I know it is a location where ten different administrative areas converge at one place.

These were used to draw maps showing the top suggestions associated with each country, giving a fascinating insight of people’s perceptions of different nations.

Maps for all of the continents can be accessed via the weblink above, along with a full list of search terms for each individual country. Interesting to see that the most popular term used for Argentina was Malbec!Data extracts can be downloaded from the data page.Why not try it out on your next fieldwork visit to the coast?There is one location in the USA where 5 counties meet – in the centre of the wonderfully named Lake Okeechobee. According to the map above – discovered via a tweet from @onlmaps – Mount Etna has ten administrative areas converging on its peak, and is the only location in the world where this can be found.The Italian province of Catania is divided into 58 comuni, or municipalities, and ten of those—Adrano, Biancavilla, Belpasso, Bronte, Castiglione di Sicilia, Maletto, Nicolosi, Randazzo, Sant’Alfio, and Zafferana Etnea—all meet at the top of the volcano. If you want to go one step further, you could examine Antarctica.Follow this Dropbox link to listen to it for yourself: How about this for a coffee table?

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