Rare maps, London

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“Magnificent Maps: Power, Propaganda & Art,” an exhibit of 100-plus maps and atlases from the British Library’s cartographic collection, runs April 30-Sept. 19, 2010. Included are 80 wall maps from AD 200 to the present, most never on view before.

In the Paccar Gallery of the British Library (96 Euston Rd.; phone +44 [0] 1937 546060). 9:30-6 daily. Free entry.

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“Magnificent Maps: Power, Propaganda & Art,” an exhibit of 100-plus maps and atlases from the British Library’s cartographic collection, runs April 30-Sept. 19, 2010. Included are 80 wall maps from AD 200 to the present, most never on view before.

In the Paccar Gallery of the British Library (96 Euston Rd.; phone +44 [0] 1937 546060). 9:30-6 daily. Free entry.