R' Kahati's map of the Beis Hamikdash - that is printed just before the beginning of Meseches Midos - has South at the top and North at the bottom. I have always found this a little confusing, being used to maps being oriented with North at the top. Is there any reason for this?
I note that the map of the complete Har Habayis that is printed on on the previous page of Meseches Midos has West at the top. Perhaps the reason for this is to fit the rectangular Har Habayis on one printed page.