This is an eye opener to the reality of what is happening in Europe right now.
A new interactive map shows the flow of more than a million migrants who have made their way to Europe in the past three years.
Each dot represents between 25 and 50 people who were among the more than 1.3million seeking asylum in the Eurozone from 2012 to the end of 2015.
And by hovering over individual countries you can see how many migrants they have taken – or in some cases have lost – over the past three years.
The map has been plotted based on figures from the United Nations High Commission for Refugees who say in excess of 680,000 have arrived in Europe in the past ten months.
The majority of the asylum seekers are from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq as well as other Middle Eastern and Middle Eastern countries.
It has been created by Lucify who worked with developer Ville Saarinen to make it possible.
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