A restaurant in New Delhi called Ardor offers this Thali. The tray is in the shape of the map of India and apparently in each part of the map, one can found a regional speciality.
And browsing the internet apparently this restaurant also have a Chinese tray
On this particular day, Bastille Day, I wanted to celebrates the Sans-Culottes (French: [sɑ̃kylɔt], literally “without breeches”) and why not with underwear precisely.
Those where found at Les 7 Laux Ski Resort, and obviously give a map of the skip slops.
It might be my first Maps in the Wild, but it took me a long time to share!
I love when people send us pictures of maps leading to a treasure hunt. Indeed I must admit I did not know the famous picture mentioned by Nigel Clifford.
This painting can be seen at the National Gallery in London: “The Ambassadors” from Hans Holbein the Younger, painted in 1533.
And this painting is fascinating. Every object has been included for a symbolic reason. The most hidden symbol is in the bottom part of the painting. Can you see it? There’s a skull that you can only see if you stand to the right of the picture. It’s an anamorphosis: