A physical map’s principal purpose is to depict landforms, bodies of water, and other geographical characteristics. Mountains, deserts, and lowlands, as well as lakes, rivers, and oceans, are all depicted.
The natural details of the land and water in the area are depicted on physical maps. Colors and gradients of colours, as well as different sorts of lines and symbols, are used to indicate elevation and different types of land on physical maps. A political map portrays cities, capitals, and political boundaries, whereas a physical map depicts the area’s geography. Many maps, on the other hand, combine elements of both forms to some extent.