This has been circulating around the internet, so I'd better share it. A visual artist, Yanko Tsvetkov, has been making mapping stereotypes. He has many different maps that you can look at, but I'll just post the "Europe according to USA" map stereotype. I am American, so I feel free to laugh at these because they're pretty accurate stereotypes.
This reminds me of "The world according to Americans" whose artistic source is unknown.
Notice how South Korea and Africa aren't even on the map. That's because most Americans really know nothing about either of them.