- Atlapedia contains full color physical and political maps as well as key facts and statistics on countries of the world.
- California Wild a magazine about California's extraordinary biological and geographical diversity
- CIA World Fact Book provides in-depth descriptions of countries worldwide.
- Geographica features essays on a number of countries.
- Map-It: Form-based Map Generator takes longitude/latitude pairs as input and creates a Mercator projection map with land/sea and political boundaries.
- Map Machine from National Geographic
- Operation Webfoot is an idea to help stimulate young minds in the area of geography, history and science
- Panoramic Maps Collection
- Ptolemy's Geography from the Library of Congress Vatican Exhibit
- Sailing thru Science hosted by the Global Online Adventure Learning Site
- United Nations CyberSchoolBus has demographic statistics, country profiles, flags, and photographs.
- University of Georgia Rare Map Collection has maps from the New World era, Colonial America, Revolutionary America, Civil War and more.
- WorldSkip.com helps you explore any country around the world