It’s been quite awhile since I did a geography of travel post. This month features all things alcohol to celebrate the 83rd anniversary of the Twenty-first Amendment, or the end of prohibition, in the United States. Learn a little bit about the US – and its relationship with alcohol – through the visual aid of maps.
Geography of Travel – 12.16
Here are my most interesting finds from around the internet this month:
- Prohibition ended this month 83 years ago, but this map depicts the places in the United States where the sale and consumption of alcohol remain illegal.
- What is more popular here in the US – wine, beer, or spirits? This interactive map will show you the favorites all over the globe.
- Alcohol, explained in 35 maps. It includes the maps from above, but there are some other interesting ones as well. You’ll learn (some surprising) places where you can drink in public, incidents of drunk driving is declining, and the overall frequency of drinking alcohol correlates with wealth.
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