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THE EAST VIEW WORLD GEOGRAPHICAL ATLAS

East View Press
(hardcover with dust jacket and slipcase)

ISBN
: 978-187994408-4
Year: 2011
Size: 31 x 42 cm
Language: English
Pages: 440
Price: $195.00     
Sample Pages

Europe 

Far East 

Turkey Pacific Ocean
DESCRIPTION
The East View World Geographical Atlas includes 176 maps (including insets), as well as:
  • Fully updated contents, including the latest world population data and the addition of the 195th country in the world – South Sudan
  • Detailed physical and political maps of Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America and Oceania, plus a world time zone map
  • Satellite images of the world, oceans and each of the six main regions
  • Complete mapping coverage with accurate reliefs, political boundaries, urban hierarchy, and main transport networks
  • Precise, exclusive designs and colors for physical features, including ranges of altitude and depth of seas and oceans
  • Large-scale mapping of Europe – the most detailed coverage among similar atlases
  • An expanded section on maps of the oceans
  • Use of official local place names on large scale maps
  • Detailed geographical glossary and index of names

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