This page shows you what parts of the world have the same latitude and longitude as each other.
Explore latitude & longitude…
- Click anywhere – on either map – to create a new marker.
- Click on a marker to delete it.
- Markers are in the same locations on both maps.
- Blue lines show latitude and longitude of each marker.
- Red lines lines show “opposite” latitude and longitude of each marker.
This page shows you which parts of the world have the same latitude or longitude as each other. For example, you can see that Toronto has the same latitude as Florence. The page can also show you locations with “opposite” latitude or longitude.
The page shows you two maps. Click on either map to place markers. The two maps show markers in the same locations. Click on a marker to remove it.
Blue lines show the latitude and longitude of each marker. Red lines show “opposite” latitude and longitude.Follow @MAPfrappe
Version 0.09. Last updated 12 May 2018.
If you like this page, you might also like some of these:
- Geo-sizes comparison page - Compare sizes of different places in the world: cities, parks, buildings, countries, etc.
- - Draw a route or outline on a map, and the site tells you the length of the route. The site also lets you associate your route with a permanent URL.
What is “frappe”?
Frappé is the French word for “shaken.” It’s also a blended coffee beverage invented in Greece. Wikipedia discusses several uses of the word here.
People in the Boston area also refer to a milkshake as a “frappe.” They pronounce it “frap,” to rhyme with “map.” I invite visitors to pronounce “MAPfrappe” any way they like, but I pronounce it like the Boston folk, as “map-frap.”
If you have some comments about this site, I would love to hear from you at the following email address:
But I may change this address someday if it gets too much spam. Check back here for the latest address each time you want to write.
Copyright © 2018 by Kelvin Thompson. All Rights Reserved.