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maps are also distinct for the global knowledge required to construct them. A meaningful map of the world could not be constructed before the European Renaissance because less than half of the earth's coastlines, let alone its interior regions, were known to any culture. New knowledge of the earth's surface has been accumulating ever since and continues to this day. Maps of the world generally focus either on political features or on physical features. Political maps emphasize territorial boundaries and human settlement. Physical maps show geographic features such as mountains, soil type or land use. Geological maps show not only the surface, but characteristics of the underlying rock, fault lines, and subsurface structures. Choropleth maps use color hue and intensity to contrast differences between regions, such as demographic or economic statistics.

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Nuku'alofa Map | Maps

Nuku'alofa Map - Capital of Tonga Nukuʻalofa Map
Nuku'alofa Map – Capital of Tonga

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Nuku'alofa Map | Maps

Nukualofa Tonga Cruise Port of Call Nukuʻalofa Map
Nukualofa Tonga Cruise Port of Call

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Nuku'alofa Map | Maps

Map of Nukualofa Town in Tonga showing Hotel Locations Nukuʻalofa Map
Map of Nukualofa Town in Tonga showing Hotel Locations

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Nuku'alofa Map | Maps

mini-nukualofa-1.jpg Nukuʻalofa Map
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