Classic R4 Relief Physical - Political World Globe
Illuminate your exploration of the world with this exquisite 30cm diameter desk top globe from Atmosphere Globes. Crafted with precision in Italy, it boasts a stunning raised mountain range relief that provides a tactile and visual representation of our planet's topography.
With it's high-quality beech wood base, this globe radiates elegance and durability. Its die-cast metal half meridian adds a touch of sophistication, ensuring that your globe stands the test of time.
What sets this globe apart is its captivating transformation from physical to political when the LED light is turned on. Watch as borders and boundaries come to life, revealing the intricate tapestry of political divisions across the globe.
The USB style power cable can also be unplugged from the globe if desired, allowing the globe to be displayed in more locations around the home or office
Whether you're an avid geography enthusiast, a student, or simply looking for a striking piece of decor for your desk or office, the Classic R4 Relief Physical-Political World Globe is the perfect choice.
|LED globes included
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