Map of the World Wide Web

Map of the World Wide Web

map of world domain names

Byte Level Research have just released a Map of the World Wide Web. It includes 180 of the 250 county codes currently in use, covering most United Nations countries. Each two-digit code is aligned over the country it represents. And each world region is color coded with the legend below for quick and easy reference.

This map is an excellent resource for managers of global Web sites and global marketing executives. And because there are no country borders, this map has been proven by teachers to be a valuable tool for teaching world geography.

Each map is 12.75 inches tall by 17.25 inches wide and printed on thick, glossy card stock. The map is large enough to make an impact but small enough to fit on a cubicle wall for easy reference.

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Katia Reed
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