AuthaGraph World Map / made by equally dividing a spherical surface into 96 triangles, unfolding it to be a rectangle / the world map can be tiled in any direction without visible seams / by Hajime Narukawa / via verena
The greater Washington D.C., area also does particularly well. Arlington County, Virginia, is second; Falls Church, Virginia, and the District of Columbia are third and fourth. Alexandria County, Fairfax County, Howard County, Loudoun County, Montgomery County and Fairfax City are all in the top 15.
"We were intrigued. This map of what people look at on maps was something we hadn't seen before. There was more detail than the initial static images could show so I turned it into a tile-server so we could make it interactive progressively showing more detail as you zoom in. " @Jeff Easter on logging Stamen's Watercolor maps