This detail from an unusual map of Makian Island was engraved by the Dutch cartographer Jacob Van der Schley in 1750.  The Möbius-like arrangement of mountains may have been intended to indicate a large crater in the center of the island.

This detail from an unusual map of Makian Island was engraved by the Dutch cartographer Jacob Van der Schley in 1750.  The Möbius-like arrangement of mountains may have been intended to indicate a large crater in the center of the island.

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