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World chart showing the Greenwich Meridian.

World chart showing the Greenwich Meridian.
World chart showing the Greenwich Meridian.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Description: A world chart, drawn by JS Hobbs in 1860, showing the Greenwich Meridian as 0 degrees longitude. International recognition of the Greenwich Meridian came in 1884.
Creator: JS Hobbs
Date: 1860
Credit line: National Maritime Museum
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