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Images Dated 9th April 2020

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Giant World Map Featured 9 Apr 2020 Print

Giant World Map

This extra-large map of the world is based on the Mercator Projection and is ideal for both business and educational purposes, or even simply as a stunning wall display. The exceptionally clear format shows political boundaries with each country depicted in a different vibrant colour to its immediate neighbours. The world map is further enhanced by coloured relief and ocean depth depictions, thus adding a striking textured effect and providing an element of physical representation to this political map. International time zones are depicted along the bottom of the map. Cities are depicted in five population bands, and the map also shows principal roads and railways, international boundaries (indicating those which are disputed) as well as state boundaries within countries. Capital cities of both countries and states are displayed, and international airports and seaports are shown

© Map Marketing Ltd

Marsaxlokk, Malta, famous for its colorful fishing boats called Iuzzu Featured 9 Apr 2020 Print

Marsaxlokk, Malta, famous for its colorful fishing boats called Iuzzu

Marsaxlokk, Malta, famous for its colorful fishing boats called Iuzzu, in the background the Parish church dedicated to Our Lady of Pompeii, Malta

© FVG / AWL Images

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Victorian Wallpaper - in popular emerald green - which contained poisonous arsenic Featured 9 Apr 2020 Print

Victorian Wallpaper - in popular emerald green - which contained poisonous arsenic

Victorian Wallpaper - in popular emerald green - which contained poisonous arsenic. William Morris, famed for his wallpaper designs, was the son of the owner of the largest arsenic producing company in the country. He was sceptical that arsenic was bad for you and held that because he had arsenical wallpaper in his home (and wasn't sick) it had to be something else! Morris did however stop using arsenic in their papers as the result of public pressure, newspaper reports and a general idea that arsenic was toxic, not just when ingested. Date: 19th century

© Mary Evans / The National Archives, London. England.