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Last year, a 1914 map revealed it took days to get from London to anywhere else in the world. A new version shows the equivalent times in 2016.

In 1914, it took five to 10 days to travel from London to New York, whereas today, the journey takes just eight hours.

A few months ago, the internet was buzzing about a the map that showed how long it took travelers to get from London to anywhere else in the world 100 years ago.

Now there's a new map that's based on travel for 2016 and it's safe to say we've come a long way from the steamboats and railroads.

Rome2rio created the present day map by bringing together data about 750,000 travel routes from 4,800 operators in 144 countries, according to Gizmodo.

Both maps are colourfully grouped into different sections of the world by their distance from London, distinguished by how many days it would take to get there...

by Stacey Liberatore for Mail Online

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