Exploring cultures and communities – the slow way

A new edition of a map published by the European Union prompts us to reflect on what might make a good map of Europe.

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A new edition of a map published by the European Union prompts us to reflect on what might make a good map of Europe.

To mark Europe Day on 9 May, the European Union is releasing a new edition of its wall map of Europe, with a large format classroom edition that will surely find its way into schools across the continent. Indeed, in some countries (such as the United Kingdom) copies of the map are being made available free to all schools.


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and Susanne Kries manage hidden europe, a Berlin-based editorial bureau that supplies text and images to media across Europe. Together they edit hidden europe magazine. Nicky and Susanne are dedicated slow travellers. They delight in discovering the exotic in the everyday.

This article was published in hidden europe 14.