Originally Posted by bcn
We just want to share one chart that did puzzle us the last days.
Thought to be some error displaying the chart, but no, it has this shape and content. One chart, three jig-saw puzzle pieces.
Somebody here who can enlighten us what a cartographer might have thought designing and publishing such a piece of art?
This is the Italian chart IT300910
Am I right that the three jigsaw pieces are the only pieces this chart covers, which is why Saridinia and Corsica
have been reduce to rough shapes? So zoom in on them and see what they show.
It is odd, but looking at the chart catalog for Italy
on Chartworld they seem to have several maps of that kind (the whole 3009xx series). I suppose they serve to add detail to other charts
, and are not meant to be used as stand alone maps.
How did you get these? As part of a big bundle.