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Europe according to the United States of America: a map by Yanko Tsvetkov

Posted by: Jennifer Bassett on October 05, 2010

Americans are often criticized for their limited view of the world. Here's a map that plays with typical U.S. stereotypes of Europe by Yanko Tsvetkov, a Bulgarian graphic designer and illustrator.

His project, "Mapping Stereotypes: The Geography of Prejudice" has become an internet sensation and garnered over a half-a-billion hits since its publication. More of his maps can be viewed on his website, including Europe According to Germany, Europe According to Russia, and Europe According to France.

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