Книга: «Algeria, Tunisia 1:1 700 000»

Algeria, Tunisia 1:1 700 000

This map appears in the map series world mapping project™ in travel expertise. Characteristic is the high-quality, clear and modern cartographic representation. - Contour lines with elevation - Coloured elevation levels - Classified road network with distances - Places of interest - Detailed local index- GPS-compatible- With graticule- Legend in four languages (Ger., Engl, French Polynesia, Span.)- Larger sites also in Arabic script- Small political overview map- The westernmost part (Tindouf) as Einklinker scale 1:2 million

Издательство: "Reise Know-How" (2013)

ISBN: 978-3-8317-7120-2

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