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It is a sad fact, that has been proven time and time again throughout history, that sharing the world is not one of mankind’s strongest traits. Terrible wars have been fought over the most trivial and insignificant things, as well as principles of great import. It is nothing less than a miracle that the human species has not managed to wipe itself out of existence. And yet, despite all our differences, looking at a map of the United States makes us realize how small and petty our distentions truly are. Photowall gives you a glimpse of the big picture with “Manhattan Map, “New York City Map II”, and “Washington DC Street Map” in its amazing collection of Maps of American Cities wall murals. These Maps of American Cities wall murals showcase several maps of the United States rendered in an artistic way. Hang a few of these Maps of American Cities wall murals on the walls of your private study or mini-library to make you feel like a great world leader, viewing the world through the eyes of the wise and compassionate. You may also want to display these Maps of American Cities wall murals in your recreation room, to remind you that there is a great big world to explore out there, and the possibilities for fun and adventure are endless.
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It was President John F. Kennedy, in a speech at the American University in Washington, who admonished us that we are all very much alike. That we all inhabit this small planet, we all breathe the same air, we all cherish our children’s future, and we are all mortal. This eye-opening insight into our state of affairs was the clarion call for all of humanity to set aside our differences and work for the better good of the planet. Photowall bows to this wisdom with “Boston Map”, “City Map-San Francisco”, and “City May-San Diego” in its arresting collection of Maps of American Cities wall murals. These Maps of American Cities wall murals feature maps of the United States portrayed in a more interesting and less literal vein. Hang a few of these Maps of American Cities wall murals in your longing den, and rest easy in the fact that all is right with the world. Open a bottle of soda, sit in your favorite lounge chair, and simply be comforted by the sight of these Maps of American Cities wall murals.
Bountiful and diverse
During the mid-1960s, astronaut Scott Glenn became the first man to orbit the Earth. He came back with a vision of seeing this wonderful blue ball of vibrant life from out in space, which gave him a very clear insight into man’s narrow vision of our existence in the universe. That all our pettiness and misunderstandings seem to disappear when viewed in the light of the vast expanse of the planet. He came to the realization that we are all different, yet we are all the same, and that this fact should be celebrated, and not be made into a cause for conflict. Photowall seeks to open your eyes with “California Map”, “Chicago Street Map Bluegreen”, and “Las Vegas Street Map Bluegreen” in its unique collection of Maps of American Cities wall murals. Hang a few of these Maps of American Cities wall murals atop your bed, in your sleeping quarters, and feel as if you are resting under a blanket of unity and solidarity. Go to sleep at night knowing that all is well with these Maps of American Cities wall murals above you. You may even place a few of these wonderful Maps of American Cities wall murals in your hallways to liven up and brighten the space.