The roundabout of the overhead railway (which somehow closes the city center) is especially interesting. The map therefore represents a circular route and also smaller symbols of places in Berlin.
This creates an unusual map appearance. However, the most significant is the flow of the Danube, which can be seen at first sight.
In the design of the famous tower by Mr. Eiffel.
This map of history from Great Moravia to present is created by 18 lines.
Although the game is significantly larger, this map is just as great. Each of the prints contains Maty's fictional monument or symbol.
This map is the same, but it was drawn on a large quarter with the help of markers.
The British Ambassador to the Czech Republic, Mr. Nick Archer, also has the original. The different directions that can create an interesting view are very original. The map also shows the famous monuments of the capital of the United Kingdom.
As in Tokio, the map of the New York Underground is quite confusing. Maty's concept is again a bit simpler and various metro motifs have been added.
Matěj's first version of Paris was even put on clothes and backpacks. The new second version is a bit clearer in the style of maps from the well-known schematic artist from Great Britain, Harry Beck.
From the original 3 metro lines meeting in the center of Prague, there are 7 routes with various branches and also a circular violet line E.
It is the most interesting illustration of Prague's public transport with different directions.
But it is a cut out of the city center and its nearby surroundings. But it looks interesting, doesn't it?
This is what Maty's idea of a subway with 14 lines running on this planet looks like.
Maty tried to simplify.
Some new sections of metro lines are already under construction or planned.
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