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China East Road Map by National Geographic (2011)

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The most populous country in the world and one of the cradles of civilization, China is a leading destination for global travelers. National Geographic's East China Adventure Map will lead you not only on your exploration of famous cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou but also as you travel to hundreds of natural, cultural or historical points of interest, including those away from major tourist hubs.

The eastern half of the country includes the most heavily populated areas, including all of the megacities. Also covered are the Yellow, East China and South China Seas; the islands of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao; and the entire Korean Peninsula.

Find your destination with the user-friendly index of cities and towns or look for pinpointed areas of interest like national parks and preserves, beaches, ski areas, caves, archeological sites and Buddhist Temples. Among the World Heritage Sites in the area are the Great Wall, Terracotta Warriors, Forbidden City, Mount Tai and South China Karst.

Navigate the country using the mapped road network, showing motorways, major and secondary roads complete with distance markers. Get to hidden gems in rural areas with the help of smaller roads, railroads and ferries. The map is the perfect complement to National Geographic's China Traveler's Guide or any other guidebook to the area. Adventurers seeking a map covering China in totality may prefer National Geographic's China Adventure Map.

Every Adventure Map is printed on durable synthetic paper, making them waterproof, tear-resistant and tough

Product Overview
Product NoCMS2813632
Weight (g)82 g
PublisherNational Geographic
Edition Date2011
Size107 x 231 x 6mm
FormatPaper Nautical Chart
ScaleVarious
ISBN9781566955935
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The most populous country in the world and one of the cradles of civilization, China is a leading destination for global travelers. National Geographic's East China Adventure Map will lead you not only on your exploration of famous cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou but also as you travel to hundreds of natural, cultural or historical points of interest, including those away from major tourist hubs.

The eastern half of the country includes the most heavily populated areas, including all of the megacities. Also covered are the Yellow, East China and South China Seas; the islands of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao; and the entire Korean Peninsula.

Find your destination with the user-friendly index of cities and towns or look for pinpointed areas of interest like national parks and preserves, beaches, ski areas, caves, archeological sites and Buddhist Temples. Among the World Heritage Sites in the area are the Great Wall, Terracotta Warriors, Forbidden City, Mount Tai and South China Karst.

Navigate the country using the mapped road network, showing motorways, major and secondary roads complete with distance markers. Get to hidden gems in rural areas with the help of smaller roads, railroads and ferries. The map is the perfect complement to National Geographic's China Traveler's Guide or any other guidebook to the area. Adventurers seeking a map covering China in totality may prefer National Geographic's China Adventure Map.

Every Adventure Map is printed on durable synthetic paper, making them waterproof, tear-resistant and tough

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