Earthquake collection conducted by EMSC in the last two weeks around the planet.
Historical Catastro is the tool that allows you to compare cadastral mapping on different dates to visualize the modifications that occurred. Historical mapping is only available from the time you have cartography in digital format (not before 2002) to the current date.
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The layouts created by the Strava app, dedicated to serving as a GPS tool for athletes around the world, provides us as a whole with an immense network of paths. The data is created from the daily use by the users of the Strava App, who incorporate the tracks of their sports outputs. The Big Data sum of all of them results in a heatmap of the most frequent routes. We can get different heatmap depending on the activity: cycling, running, swimming or winter activities.
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The cartographic production produced by the USSR during the Cold War period is immense, encompassing all corners of the globe. These topographic maps have a quality and a detail that surprises, especially as some of them are so remote and difficult to access for the technology of the time. Today, we can find countries where the best cartographic base is even Soviet maps.
If anyone wants to find out more about the stories behind these maps and some interesting links, I recommend the following page:
Soviet Military Topographic Mapping
Interactive map with all the cartography concerning the cities and towns of Spain. In it we can locate the administrative divisions, the municipal terms, the names of the streets, the numbering of the portals, the kilometer points, the census districts and other information of urban cartography.