300 million years ago, Pangea the supercontinent was the dominant landmass on the Earth. Over the course of time, Pangea broke up to form the continents that we see on maps today.
What would a map look like if the lands were clumped back together into the ancient supercontinent, yet maintained the current administrative boundaries for all the countries? Massimo Pietrobon tried his hand at creative cartography and drew Pangea Politica. How different do you think the world would be? Check it out after the jump.