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Exhibition: Maps & Atlases
Maps and atlases don't just tell you where something is, they can reveal interesting facts and figures about the world we live in, but do you know your maps from your atlases? Find out more by playing this puzzle.
The A-Z Street Atlas
The Turn Papyrus Map was drawn about 1150 BC and shows a 15-kilometre stretch of Wadi Hammamat in Egypt. It’s widely considered the first road map, because it actually shows where people could travel. The first A-Z Street Atlas was published in 1936 by Phyllis Pearsall who claims to have walked 3,000 miles cataloguing the names of the 23,000 streets of London as well as places of interest after getting lost using the latest map she could find.
Play this puzzle with the Pics n Mix app!
Pics n Mix is quick and easy to learn, and the short video below explains everything you need to know.
Just choose a puzzle and click the Play button. Drag and drop the pieces to where you think they should be. If you have chosen "plus rotation" it means some of the pieces are flipped top to bottom or right to left. If you tap a piece once, it will flip from top to bottom. and if you double tap it, it will flip from left to right.