The Telegraph Magazine travel department has put together this list of maps that will definitely provide anyone more clarity on some of the world’s most unique features.

Did you know for example, that Qatar is leading in the top 10 safest countries in the world, being one of the countries least affected by earthquakes, storms, floods or drought, according to the 2015 World Risk report? Or that the Norwegian island pairing of Svalbard and Jan Mayen, for example, has an average connection speed of 36.5Mbits/s – the highest of all.

Here are all the map topics presented:

1. Life expectancy
2. Where’s safe
3. Terror threat
4. Population density
5. Alcohol consumption
6. World Heritage Sites
7. Frequent fliers
8. Natural disasters
9. Urbanisation
10. Reliance on tourism
11. The world’s greenest places
12. Railways
13. Road deaths
14. Which countries have paved paradise?
15. The world’s most connected countries

Source and detailed maps at www.telegraph.co.uk