I was searching around the web looking for topics on remote holiday destinations for an article here, but found this interesting series of pictures on the Telegraph’s website.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/picturegalleries/3109042/The-Atlas-of-the-Real-World.html

It’s a map of the world but scaled by certain criteria, such as tourism, GDP, rail travel, etc. The results are mostly expected but it’s still quite striking to see some countries disappear off the map for some results and then dominate for others. Might spark an idea for a holiday destination, or even give you an idea of where to avoid, you never know.

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