Illustrator Map US North East Canada South East

Northeastern United States and Southeastern Canada, including principal cities, waterways, and main roads.

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Northeastern United States:

Principal Cities:

  1. New York City, NY: A global financial and cultural hub, renowned for landmarks like Times Square, Central Park, and the Statue of Liberty.
  2. Boston, MA: A historic city with prestigious universities, cultural institutions, and historical sites like the Freedom Trail.
  3. Philadelphia, PA: Known for its rich history, including Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.
  4. Washington, D.C.: The capital of the United States, home to iconic monuments, government buildings, and museums.
  5. Baltimore, MD: A major port city with a rich maritime history and diverse neighborhoods.


  1. Hudson River: Flows through New York state, connecting Albany to New York City.
  2. Chesapeake Bay: A large estuary providing important ports and water routes for the region.
  3. Delaware River: Flows through the Delaware Valley, serving as a key transportation corridor.

Main Roads:

  1. Interstate 95 (I-95): A major North-South highway connecting cities from Miami to Maine, passing through major Northeastern cities.
  2. I-90 (New York State Thruway): Connects Boston to Buffalo, passing through Albany and Syracuse.

Southeastern Canada:

Principal Cities:

  1. Montreal, Quebec: A bilingual and multicultural city known for its festivals, arts, and historic architecture.
  2. Toronto, Ontario: Canada’s largest city, a major financial and cultural hub with a diverse population.
  3. Quebec City, Quebec: A historic city with European charm, featuring Old Quebec, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
  4. Ottawa, Ontario: The capital of Canada, known for its government institutions, museums, and the Rideau Canal.
  5. Halifax, Nova Scotia: A coastal city with a rich maritime history and a key port on the Atlantic Ocean.


  1. St. Lawrence River: A vital waterway connecting the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean, passing through Montreal and Quebec City.

Main Roads:

  1. Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 401): A major east-west highway connecting cities across Canada, including Toronto and Montreal.
  2. Autoroute 20 (A-20): Runs parallel to the St. Lawrence River, connecting Montreal to Quebec City.

These regions represent a blend of cultural, historical, and economic significance, with a network of cities, waterways, and roads facilitating connectivity and development.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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