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    Another AH Map for you,

    Australia, in another timeline;
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    I'm not big on AH but you've done a really nice map here and that's what matters. Very professional looking.
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    Very sharp and professional. I like it a lot.
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    Most coolness.

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    I agree with the previous posters, very sharp look you have there. As a Dane, I found it quite amusing to see names like Ringkøbing and Rasmussen.

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    I like what you have done with the west island of New Zealand

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    BTW the name of Magellan in Portuguese is Magalhaens. Also its São in the other town.

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    Hey! It's Nymain! Neat!



    Beautiful map, too, if I don't say so myself. I've never been too good with inset maps; yours is perfect and really enhances the rest.

    Where's the name Loindici come from? An explorer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by euio View Post
    Hey! It's Nymain! Neat!



    Beautiful map, too, if I don't say so myself. I've never been too good with inset maps; yours is perfect and really enhances the rest.

    Where's the name Loindici come from? An explorer?
    Its actually the approximation of French for Far away (Loin d'ici), But thanks for the Comments Vowels, and to the rest of you.

    Though I do apologise about some of the names, they are afterall garnered from both Bing Translator, and Wikipedia

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