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TripAdvisor has a travel map that have have marked with all the places in the world that I visited:
http://www.tripadvisor.com/members/deadsea

Where have you traveled? Sign in and create your own travel map and link to your profile URL here.

I work for TripAdvisor and we just rolled out the travel map and I thought I would share it with everybody here.
 
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http://www.tripadvisor.com/MemberProfile?uid=58D5BC1211A760B7DAC5759C652E3099&c=pt&public=1

Seems pretty cool - but theres no consistency - Every tiny hamlet with a population greater than 12 is listed in the UK - but in Peru theres a few towns that I visted that arent listed.... (..and obviously I got bored of ticking almost every location in UK and SE Queensland that I've ever been!)
 
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I would agree that the geographical coverage in peru isn't all that great. There is a development team that is working on getting more complete geography for the less traveled places in the world.
 
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