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Middle East Road Map by Gizi Map (2014)

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CMS2814505
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Political road map of the Middle East from Gizi Maps with administrative subdivisions of the countries and large amount of topographic information. Coverage extends from Turkey and Egypt to Pakistan and parts of Central Asia. An enlargement covers Israel and the adjoining areas of the neighbouring countries at 1:2,000,000.

All place names, are in Latin alphabet, with names of selected larger towns also shown in Arabic or Hebrew scripts. Countries are presented in pleasant pastel colours and most include boundaries and names of their administrative provinces.

The map shows region's road and rail networks as well as sea routes and includes a large amount of topographic information with plenty of names of deserts, mountain chains, water wells, coral reefs, etc. Numerous places of interest are highlighted, including UNESCO World Heritage sites, archaeological remains and national parks. Latitude and longitude lines are drawn at intervals of 2

Product Overview
Product NoCMS2814505
Weight (g)100 g
PublisherGizi Map
Edition Date2014
Size130 x 240 x 6mm
FormatPaper Nautical Chart
Scale1:4 000 000
ISBN9789638746573
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Political road map of the Middle East from Gizi Maps with administrative subdivisions of the countries and large amount of topographic information. Coverage extends from Turkey and Egypt to Pakistan and parts of Central Asia. An enlargement covers Israel and the adjoining areas of the neighbouring countries at 1:2,000,000.

All place names, are in Latin alphabet, with names of selected larger towns also shown in Arabic or Hebrew scripts. Countries are presented in pleasant pastel colours and most include boundaries and names of their administrative provinces.

The map shows region's road and rail networks as well as sea routes and includes a large amount of topographic information with plenty of names of deserts, mountain chains, water wells, coral reefs, etc. Numerous places of interest are highlighted, including UNESCO World Heritage sites, archaeological remains and national parks. Latitude and longitude lines are drawn at intervals of 2

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