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Posted on: January 9, 2013
For centuries, mountaineers have fantasized about "blanks on the map." Gazing at the empty spaces between contour lines, John Hessler explores a more elusive quest: the struggle of cartographers to capture actual, multi- sided mountains on two-dimensional sheets of paper.
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