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No house is complete without at least one map on the wall. And if, like us, you spend far too much time engaged in fictional lands, we think you'll appreciate this fine set of alternative maps.

We've covered the excellent work of City Prints before, when they made this incredible collection of baseball field prints and now they've released an ode to fictional maps.

Here are some of our favourites and if you want to buy any of them then click here.

Batman - Gotham City

Grand Theft Auto - Vice City

Superman - Metropolis

Super Mario Kart - Donut Plains

The Lord of the Rings - Middle Earth

Resident Evil - Raccoon City

The Simpsons - Springfield

Assassin's Creed - Acre

The Legend of Zelda - Light World

Pac-Man

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