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1986 Central America Map Side 2

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1986 Central America Map Side 2
Of course, the watermark is not present on the printed map.
  • 1986 Central America Map Side 2 from National Geographic
1986 Central America Map Side 2

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Product Name Price Qty
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
C
€179.00
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Half of a two-map set, this map of "Central America Past and Present" accompanied the political map of Central America that appeared in the same issue. Published in April 1986, this educational map features six individual maps highlighting the history of the region and colorful illustrations of historical figures, artifacts, and wildlife. • A geographical and historical overview • Early trade routes, commodities traded, and historical sites • Map of the conquest and colonization of the region • A Time of Independence map showing the region in colonial times from 1821-1900 • The Prelude to Change map (1900-1945) showing the products of the region, migration routes, and shipping routes • A present day map featuring the variety of resources of the region including banana and fruit, cacao, coffee, corn, cattle, fish, tobacco, oil, and more • Illustrations of historical figures, artifacts, and wildlife Language: english Size: ca 80 x 50,8cm 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.

Additional Information

SKU XNG198604b_
Manufacturer National Geographic
Year 1986
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