D-Maps is an online rosource providing outline maps of countries and continents. There are just under 6000 maps available in D-Maps and each is available in the following formats: Natural Earth is a public domain map dataset available at 1:10m, 1:50m, and 1:110m scales. Featuring tightly integrated vector and raster data, with Natural Earth you can make a variety of visually pleasing, well-crafted maps with cartography or GIS software. * Vector features include name attributes and bounding box extent. Know that the Rocky Mountains are larger than the Ozarks. * Projection friendly—vectors precisely match at 180 degrees longitude. Lines contain enough data points for smooth bending in conic projections, but not so many that computer processing speed suffers. * Raster data includes grayscale-shaded relief and cross-blended hypsometric tints derived from the latest NASA SRTM Plus elevation data and tailored to register with Natural Earth Vector. * Optimized for use in web mapping applications, such as Google or Yahoo, with built-in scale attributes to direct features to be shown at different zoom levels. All versions of Natural Earth raster + vector map data found on this website are in the public domain. You may use the maps in any manner, including modifying the content and design, electronic dissemination, and offset printing. The primary authors, Tom Patterson and Nathaniel Vaughn Kelso, and all other contributors renounce all financial claim to the maps and invites you to use them for personal, educational, and commercial purposes. A site that allows you to geo-code postcodes or to find the closest postcode to a coordinate (lat/lon). This site makes use of the data released by the Ordnance Survey in April 2010 and has an API to allow developers to use the geo-coder functionality in their own sites. Source.

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