Road Maps

Central Asia Road Map by Freytag & Berndt (2011)

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CMS0026001
$24.00

Explore Central Asia with this Freytag & Berndt road map, in full colour and single-sided. The topography is clearly marked with colour shading and plenty of spot heights. These maps are a great well to familiarise yourself with the layout of Central Asia for motoring and for allowing you to plan your travel.

The map itself shows the entire of Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan as well as some areas of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Iran, China, Pakistan and Afghanistan which border these countries.

These road maps make use of a marking and icon system to show tourist information and places of interest. These include information such as:

  • Roads and rail lines
  • Places of worship and antique sites
  • Waterways, and other natural features
  • World Heritage sites

Distances between points on the map are shown in kilometres.

Product Overview
Product No CMS0026001
Weight (g) 200 g
Publisher Freytag & Berndt
Edition Date May-11
Size 130 x 255 x 10mm
Format Folded Map
Scale 1:1 500 000
ISBN 9783707909753
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Explore Central Asia with this Freytag & Berndt road map, in full colour and single-sided. The topography is clearly marked with colour shading and plenty of spot heights. These maps are a great well to familiarise yourself with the layout of Central Asia for motoring and for allowing you to plan your travel.

The map itself shows the entire of Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan as well as some areas of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Iran, China, Pakistan and Afghanistan which border these countries.

These road maps make use of a marking and icon system to show tourist information and places of interest. These include information such as:

  • Roads and rail lines
  • Places of worship and antique sites
  • Waterways, and other natural features
  • World Heritage sites

Distances between points on the map are shown in kilometres.

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