The Meridian 11°15' East was proposed as prime meridian by Arno Peters in the Peters World Map. The Meridian is the antipode of 168°45' West of Greenwich which runs through the Bering Strait and was proposed as a new date line. On Peters' world map the easternmost part of Asia and Russia is not displayed left of Alaska, as is usually done on Greenwich-centered maps, but on the right side as the rest of Russia and Asia.
It passes through:
|Country||City, Country subdivision or other locality|
|Equatorial Guinea||The eastern border of the country is defined as the Meridian 12° East. The Meridian 11°15 East runs through:|
|Gabon||The intersection with the equator is at the east edge of the Abanga-Bigne Department of Moyen-Ogooué Province at . This is between Mevang in the province and Ayem in nearby Ogooué-Ivindo.|
|Republic of the Congo||Near Tchimba Lake in Conkouati Reserve, Madingo-Kayes District|
|None (offshore in the Atlantic Ocean)||50 km west of the mouth of the Cunene River which marks the Angolan–Namibian border|
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