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Very impressive site of Johannes Bouchain that casts the light on urban planning, urban design and transit design from different angles. Various urban imaginations are collected as new ficticious spatial combinations of urban variables. All the stuff is accurate and high quality.
Outstanding place for the creation of fictional maps. Opengeofiction is based on the Openstreetmap software platform. This implies that all map editors and other tools suitable for Openstreetmap can be applied to Opengeofiction as well.
Imaginary country Nosika. There're many interesting transportation maps and other things (In French).
Outstanding site. Contrary to the assertions of some, Bergonia is not an imaginary country, but rather a very real island-continent situated in the North Atlantic Ocean. Significant part of site is devoted to large high quality maps of different themes.
Imaginary worlds of Matt O'Neill. Transit urban plans are especilally interesting thing.
Wonderful world of Sorol - an earth-like planet in a far distant galaxy. Atlas of Sorol is composed of constantly updated brilliant collection of high detailed topographical maps.
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