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1949 Top Of The World

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1949 Top Of The World
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1949 Top Of The World

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paper
Delivery time: 2-5 days
A
€49.90
laminated
Delivery time: 2-5 days
A
€69.90
framed pinboard (silver color)
Delivery time: 14-21 days
E
€179.00
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In the October 1949 issue of National Geographic, there were five articles related to polar exploration. The Top of the World map, first published in October of 1949, offers a truly unique view that features the Arctic Polar Region at its center. This beautiful map is both a cartographic masterpiece and a fresh look at the world. • View of the top of the world with the North Polar region at its center • Beautiful cartograhy that highlights international boundaries, peppered with thousands of place names • Ocean currents in the northermost regions of the world • Descriptions of polar expeditions by Peary, Byrd, Ellsworht, Amundsen, Nobile, and Schmidt • Principal railways, important airports, canals, Arctic roads and trails, and passes • Delineations for permanent polar ice, glaciers, areas below sea level, and dry salt lakes • Airline distances between major cities on the map Language: english Size: ca 71,1 x 73,6cm Scale: 1:14,000,000 available options: - paper - double sided encapsulated (inscribedable or wiped off) - mounted as pinboard with silver-coloured aluminium frame, one sided laminated (inscribedable or wiped off) This digital print requires up to 10 - 14 days of delivery time.

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SKU XNG194910_
Manufacturer National Geographic
Year 1949
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