File:Earth upside-down.jpg

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English: Line map of the Earth turned and mirrored, with the South Pole on top. An unusual view from the Austral Hemisphere: most of Southern America, a significant part of Africa and all of Australasia.
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current17:48, 31 July 2006Thumbnail for version as of 17:48, 31 July 20062,696 × 2,234 (412 KB)Eamezaga (talk | contribs)Linear map of part of the Earth turned upside-down (from the point of view of Latin-America.
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