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Migration patterns of people around the world from 1990 to Physicists in Vienna, Austria, created the graphic based on U.

La carta mostra le nuove rotte dell’immigrazione verso l’Europa (Fonte: Frontex). Clicca qui per andare all’originale con possibilità di ingrandire. Eppure, dati Frontex alla mano, non è affatto vero che nel 2010 l’immigrazione verso l’Europa (Italia compresa) sia calata. Al contrario, sono le rotte percorse dai migranti verso i territori europei che si sono “spostate” via terra, in reazione alle pratiche di respingimento attuate nel Mediterraneo, intensificatesi con l’accordo Italia-Libia.

L’Italia, gli sbarchi e gli immigrati

Le nuove rotte dell’immigrazione verso l’Europa - Limes

38 maps that explain the global economy - Vox

38 maps that explain the global economy

Almost anything you own these days is the result of a complicated web of global interactions. And there's no better way to depict those interactions than some maps.

Navigating the world's most complex international borders - http://www.pointswithacrew.com/navigating-the-most-complex-international-borders/?utm_medium=PWaC+Pinterest

Navigating the world's most complex international borders

In this video I look at some of the most complex international border. Of course, there are more complex borders in the world, but this video looks at some o.

A Map Of Everywhere In The World People Are Migrating To And From

A Map Of Everywhere In The World People Are Migrating To And From

Visualizing the paths of migrating humans - Infographic

Nautical Compass Patent Print From 1902 - Compass - Patent Art Print - Patent Poster - Nautical Steering - Boating - Sailing Navigation door VisualDesign op Etsy https://www.etsy.com/nl/listing/223356130/nautical-compass-patent-print-from-1902

Nautical Compass Patent Print From 1902 - Compass - Patent Art Print - Patent Poster - Nautical Steering - Boating - Sailing Navigation

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"Wildlife migrations of North America", Canadian Geographic, December 2009 - Image of a poster map showing the migration routes of North American animals

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❤ =^..^= ❤   Researchers have identified a massive migration of Kurgan populations (Yamna culture) which went from the Russian steppes to the centre of Europe some 4,500 years ago, favouring the expansion of Indo-European languages throughout the continent.

Researchers have identified a massive migration of Kurgan populations (Yamna culture) which went from the Russian steppes to the center of Europe some years ago, favoring the expansion of Indo-European languages throughout the continent.

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