Why Modern Cartographers Are So Impressed with this 16th-Century Map

In February 1580, Francisco Gali was making his way through Mexico to the Pacific Ocean. As a mariner and cartographer who had already crossed the Pacific multiple times, he was residing in the area known as “New Spain” by Europeans and was likely on another official mission that would take him to Asia.

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