Our map of More’s Utopia is largely human-oriented. The center of the map serves as a basic description of the physical landscape of Utopia—cities, geography, landmarks. The outside of the map is most important, however, in that it portrays what life in Utopia is like. This focus on human experience suggests that the user of the map is likely an outsider, someone unfamiliar with Utopia and how those within it live. Through this map, one can gain a basic understanding of both the physical and cultural landscape of Utopia.