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Found the following in the Second Life Wikia -- that is WIKIA, not WIKI -- no clue what the diff is:

Sansara (the original mainland continent, also called 'the southern continent' and 'the old continent')

Heterocera to the north (also called Herocero Atoll)

Jeogeot to the south

Islandia to the east

Nautilus to the east of Heterocera

Maebaleia, South of Nautilus

Corsica, North of Nautilus

 

 

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Found the following in the Second Life Wikia -- that is WIKIA, not WIKI -- no clue what the diff is:

Sansara (the original mainland continent, also called 'the southern continent' and 'the old continent')

Heterocera to the north (also called Herocero Atoll)

Jeogeot to the south

Islandia to the east

Nautilus to the east of Heterocera

Maebaleia, South of Nautilus

Corsica, North of Nautilus

 

 

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Google led me here:  http://secondlife.wikia.com/wiki/Sansara -- and then I just clicked on the links of the different names to get more info, which often gave me more names.

There are maps somewhere, but I cannot remember now, off the top of my head.  I've perused my bookmarks, but can't seem to find anything.

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Thanks Storm .  I love reading history books where the text is supplemented with maps so that I can visualize the journey of the explorer(s) or the transitions from decade to decade.  Helps to put things in perspective.  Even on road trips I love to navigate!

Enjoy!

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I haven't seen too many photos or maps of SL (as it use to be.)  My being somewhat new to SL - everything is new and exciting.  I would also like to see it as it was way back when.

PS If I wasn't a technician, I would have been a cartographer (or chemist.)

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