Animated map shows Sydney’s 250-year evolution in 30 seconds

It’s been less than 250 years since the First Fleet of 1,485 settlers first arrived in New South Wales in 1788. In that relatively short time, Sydney has developed into one of the world’s largest, with a population of over 5 million. To get a better understanding of how Sydney became the modern metropolis it is today, Budget Direct analyzed dozens of maps of Sydney from the National Library of Australia and other sources from the years 1770-2020.

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Hungarian Maps From 1920 Protesting The Treaty of Trianon

Pamphlets from1920 spread by the Hungarian Government to foreign locals disagreeing about the Treaty of Trianon. In this way, the Government made an effort to explain what this would converte to if the same thing happened to France, Italy, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the German Empire.

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