posted by Sean on .
What is the difference between a physical map and a political map?
A physical map:
shows natural land marks, such as mountains, rivers, & oceans has more attracted colors on the map. shows the cities too.
The political map:
A political map shows countries, their borders & main cities.
shows more countries and no cities. has less information on it.
(Many maps show both.)
Well, a physical map includes physical features such as river, lakes, mountains, or states depending on how much area it covers. A political map includes shows the states and important details. Since I figure this is for Daily Geography (I am doing it myself) put down, "A physical map shows features as a political map shows states and their capitals."
The difference between a political and a physical map is a political map does not show mountains or any sort of landform. but a political msp shows each state or country border and shows citys.
Read more: wiki.answers/Q/What_is_the_difference_between_a_physical_map_and_a_political_map#ixzz1YQNDGO6R