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- Yahoo! - Maps
Enter a street address and/or city and get a map of the surrounding area. Complete with driving directions where needed and local businesses near your requested location.
Enter a location or place anywhere in the world and this site will return a map of the location as well as its geographic facts and information which are directly linked to Microsoft's Encarta Encyclopedia.
- C.I.A. Maps and Publications
From the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
- C.I.A. World Fact Book
A comprehensive view of each country in the world through facts and statistics on such topics as population, economy and government. The book also includes maps and flags for each country. From the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
- Driving Directions
Get driving directions from and to almost any location around the Nation. From Lycos.
- How Far Is It?
This site uses data from the U.S. Census Bureau and a supplementary list of cities around the world to find the longitude and latitude of two places, and then calculates the distance between them (as the crow flies). It also provides a map showing the two places.
- International Road Maps
Find a road map from almost any country. From Lycos.
- Maps & Directions
Enter a starting point and a destination and this site will return a map and driving directions. From InfoSpace.
Enter a location's data and this site will return and interactive map. MapQuest is the leading provider of interactive mapping technology and services for Internet publishers.
- National Atlas of the United States of America
Contributing to a better understanding of the environmental, resource, demographic, economic, social, political, and historic dimensions of American life. From the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
- National Mapping Information
From the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
- Road Maps
Get a road map and/or driving directions from around the Nation. From Lycos.
Have you ever wondered what your neighborhood looked like from space, or wished you could get an aerial shot of your favorite vacation spot? Search this huge database. From Microsoft.
- Thomas Bros. Maps
Points of interest index for some large metropolitan areas. Thomas Bros. is best known for the Thomas Guide which you can also order online from this site.
- U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
- U.S. State Topography Images
Get a topography map of the various states and zoom in.
- Xerox PARC Map Viewer
View a map of the world and zoom in to certain points just by clicking the mouse. The user can mark certain areas, control color, borders, rivers, etc.
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