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Geography (1453)

By Abraham Ortelius -, Public Domain,
By Abraham Ortelius

The world consists of diverse cultures, empires, and unexplored territories. Earth appears as a vast expanse of interconnected lands, each with its unique civilizations, technologies, and natural wonders. For most people the concept of space, as we understand it in the context of celestial bodies and cosmic exploration, is limited to the observable sky.

The idea of a multiverse, with parallel dimensions or alternate realities, is again not a prominent part of the most peoples worldview. Instead, people perceive the world through the lens of their religious beliefs, folklore, and mythologies. The understanding of existence and otherworldly realms often revolves around spiritual and divine concepts.

Currently the boundaries of the known world are expanding through explorations and trade routes, revealing new cultures and lands.

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