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How to make wall maps

2009-07-20T10:27:02+00:00July 20th, 2009|Mapping news|

Ever wanted to see how wall maps are made? Well now you can check out our video showing how we make our world famous wall maps. [youtube]JnTYsTvzfvM[/youtube] Watch the whole process that we go though. See the wall map file setup stage, printing the wall map, laminating the wall map and finally trimming the wall [...]

Ryanair making their cheap flights even cheaper

2017-09-22T04:37:23+00:00July 7th, 2009|Uncategorized|

Cheap as chips budget airline Ryanair has put forward proposals that if granted will allow the airline to sell standing room on their flights. Ryanair has been in talks with aircraft manufacturer Boeing about installing bar stools with seat belts in a section of the plan dedicated to standing passengers. The airline has confirmed that [...]

Tube strike forces Londoners to dig out maps

2017-09-22T04:41:39+00:00June 9th, 2009|Travel News|

Whether using online interactive maps or the old trusty street atlas, Londoners will be studying maps carefully today to plan their trips to work over the next 48 hours should the strike not be called off in last minute talks. 3 million commuters will be planning bus, cycle and boat trips to ensure business as [...]

Holiday here in the UK

2019-07-17T14:21:26+00:00June 4th, 2009|Places in the UK|

The Great British Seaside Holiday is seeing a revival! Forget flight delays, shrug off airport strikes and let lost luggage become a thing of the past ÔÇô the UK offers some of the best beach holidays around ÔÇô complete with candy floss, deckchairs and fish'n'chips on the way home! Brighton and Blackpool of course are [...]

Russia and Kazakhstan mark border

2017-09-22T04:45:52+00:00May 28th, 2009|Mapping news|

Here at Maps International were always striving to keep our World Wall Maps up-to-date with the latest International boundary changes. The World's longest single contiguous land boundary is that between Russia and Kazakhstan and is a staggering 7,591 km long. Although defined clearly on our maps since Khazakstan declared independence from the Soviet Union in [...]