The really nice thing about looking at any maps of Greyhawk is finding the location of 1st edition modules. I felt a strange sense of completeness when I was able to locate the area in which Village of Homlet dwelt (I never got to that famous Temple...) - although in my own campaign world Hommlet was a on a road not far from the capital city - a distraction and base between freeze-frame-room-encounters "dungeon-crawl" dungeons. Anyhow ...
|Furundy, Greyhawk, Dyvers, |
and (nasty orcy) Pomarj
Greyhawk maps - Atlas of the Flanaess
The quality of the maps is impressive, readable labelling, and modern textures, Anne B Meyer's tribute to Gygax is made with respect, flair and dedication.
The maps can be viewed as PDFs and JPGs, which might be indispensable to a DM, especially those of us who have an old printed copy which pencils and heavy dice must not mark!
Nice one, A.B.M!
If you hunger for more maps of Greyhawk or would like to see some earlier art, mapsofgreyhawk.blogspot.com is also worth a browse.
Did I forget to mention "Woolly Bay"?