For example, you could create an image map of a map of a country and have each region of the country linked to a different page with information about that region. When a user clicks on a hot spot, they are redirected to the URL specified in the corresponding <area> element.
Here's an example of a simple image map in HTML:
<img src="map.jpg" usemap="#map">
<area shape="rect" coords="10,10,100,100" href="region1.html">
<area shape="rect" coords="120,10,210,100" href="region2.html">
In this example, the <img> element is linked to the image map with the usemap attribute. The <map> element defines the image map with the name "map", and the <area> elements define the hot spots with the shape (rectangle), coordinates (x,y), and URL to be linked to.