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English: The map shows the whole world in an equirectangular projection and contains the shapes of all sovereign states as well as antarctica.

The data source is not the CIA Factbook, but Natural Earth. Looks not as vectorish if you zoom in.

For further information about the creation of this map, see the Discussion Page.
Source Natural Earth -, derived data from Google Fusion Table -
Author Tom Patterson, Nathaniel Vaughn Kelso and others from, Bjørn Sandvik
W3CiThe source code of this SVG is valid.


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current22:32, 15 August 2014Thumbnail for version as of 22:32, 15 August 2014360 × 180 (1.4 MB)Locoluis (talk | contribs)South Sudan was jumbled together with Sudan under the same code. Changed it to SSD.
03:51, 6 August 2014Thumbnail for version as of 03:51, 6 August 2014360 × 180 (1.4 MB)Locoluis (talk | contribs)IDs in XML (and SVG) must be unique. Repeated IDs made the original SVG file INVALID. - Replaced all ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 ids with classes - Removed all inline styles, replaced by a single class .country - Added different ids for territories, and groupe...
15:41, 9 February 2012Thumbnail for version as of 15:41, 9 February 2012360 × 180 (1.42 MB)Illuminatus235 (talk | contribs)
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