Heat Map of "Europe-Asia" border regions in 19th century and post-1991 travelogues.

Title

Heat Map of "Europe-Asia" border regions in 19th century and post-1991 travelogues.

Description

A heat map generated by mapping all of the points where English-language travelers identified a border or borderland between Europe and Asia or East and West. The Caucasus (especially Tbilisi), the Balkans (especially Bosnia) and the Volga/Ural region (especially Orenburg) were the most common locations.

Creator

Joshua Kucera

Date

2015

Files

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Citation

Joshua Kucera, “Heat Map of "Europe-Asia" border regions in 19th century and post-1991 travelogues.,” Mapping Cultural Space Across Eurasia, accessed February 2, 2023, https://eurasia.omeka.fas.harvard.edu/items/show/851.

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