It might take months to travel around the world, but at The World Map in Denmark, you can do the entire thing in an afternoon. Made from soil, rocks, stones, and grass, this impressive map makes use of the natural landscape — and more surprisingly, it’s all the work of on man. Søren Poulsen created the map after returning to Denmark from abroad. In his village of Klejtrup, he worked on systems for drainage in the surrounding meadows. When he found a stone shaped like the Nordic peninsula of Jutland, he was inspired to create an entire world map on the meadow lands. Over the course of 25 years, The World Map took shape.