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Eastern Europe Road Map by Freytag & Berndt (2010)

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CMS0005969
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Explore Eastern Europe with this Freytag & Berndt road map. The best way to plan your trip, prepare your itinerary, and to travel independently in these countries.

This map covers Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria, as well as the area of Istanbul, the western coast of Caucasus, Western Russia (areas of St. Petersburg, Moscow and Voronez) and the eastern part of Poland.

The map includes inset maps of Athens, Belgrade, Budapest, Bucharest, Kiev, Minsk, Moscow, Riga, Sofia, Tallinn, Vilnius, and Warsaw. Main roads such as motorways, dual-carriageways and highways are shown, as are some minor roads. National boundaries are clearly marked, with railways, airports, ferry routes all clearly marked. Intermediate driving distances between locations are shown in kilometres alongside the road.

The legend is in English, German, Hungarian, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, French, Polish, Czech, and Slovak.

Product Overview
Product NoCMS0005969
Weight (g)250 g
PublisherFreytag & Berndt
Edition DateFeb-10
Size130 x 255 x 10mm
FormatFolded Map
Scale1:2 000 000
ISBN9783707907537
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Explore Eastern Europe with this Freytag & Berndt road map. The best way to plan your trip, prepare your itinerary, and to travel independently in these countries.

This map covers Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria, as well as the area of Istanbul, the western coast of Caucasus, Western Russia (areas of St. Petersburg, Moscow and Voronez) and the eastern part of Poland.

The map includes inset maps of Athens, Belgrade, Budapest, Bucharest, Kiev, Minsk, Moscow, Riga, Sofia, Tallinn, Vilnius, and Warsaw. Main roads such as motorways, dual-carriageways and highways are shown, as are some minor roads. National boundaries are clearly marked, with railways, airports, ferry routes all clearly marked. Intermediate driving distances between locations are shown in kilometres alongside the road.

The legend is in English, German, Hungarian, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, French, Polish, Czech, and Slovak.

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