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- Tags: Cities
Here are markers, both literal (cities) and decorative (ships) of human influence on the landscape of New England. The markers note both colonist and Native American influence on the land.
A tourist map of the Crimean peninsula, which (only) includes 'tourist centers', caves, mineral sources, touring car centers, gas stations and garages in the legend. In the lower half of this map, 23 sightseeing points are listed. This list includes…
A tourist map of Southern Crimea, featuring the cities Simferopol', Sevastopol', Bakhchisarai, and Yalta. Roads, railways and waterways are depicted, as well as caves, mountain passes and many health resorts alongside the coast. The map includes…
Tags: Bakhchisarai, Belogorsk, Black Sea, Bus lines, Caves, Cities, Cultural, Cultural monuments, Ferry lines, Health resorts, Historical monuments, Hospitals, Mountain passes, mountains, Museums, Railroads, Roads, Scientific stations, Sevastopol, Simferopol, Southern Crimea, tourism, Tourist offices, Waterfalls, Yalta
A 'physical educational map' (физическая учебная карта) of the Crimean peninsula, featuring three smaller maps (a climate map, a soil map and a vegetation map). The legend includes cities, boundaries, roads and railroads, natural resources and…
This map shows the topographic survey and county lines of the area around the Los Angeles aqueduct as it makes its way from its source at the Long Valley reservoir north of the city down to the city itself.