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1960 South America Map

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1960 South America Map
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1960 South America Map

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paper
Delivery time: 2-5 days
A
€34.90
laminated
Delivery time: 2-5 days
A
€49.90
framed pinboard (silver color)
Delivery time: 14-21 days
C
€129.00
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Published in February 1960 with the article "Chile, the Long and Narrow Land," map is the first of the South American maps to feature the many islands in the region. Thirteen inset maps detail the individual islands or island groups. • Map of the Strait of Magellan • Inset maps of Atol das Rocas, Easter Island, the Falkland Islands, Fernando de Noronha, the Galapagos Islands, Malpelo Island, the Martin Vaz Islands, Saint Peter and Saint Paul Rocks, Sala y Gomez, San Ambrosio and San Feliz Islands, Trinidade, and both Mas a Tierra Island and Mas Afuero Island (Juan Fernandez Islands) • Ocean bathymetry and currents • Geographical features including mountains, rivers, lakes, dry salt lakes, and glaciers • Thousands of place names including capitals, cities, and towns • Pan American Highway system, railroads, roads, and places with scheduled air service • Oil fields and pipelines Language: english Size: ca 48,2 x 63,5cm Scale: 1:12,165,120 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 XNG196002_
Manufacturer National Geographic
Year 1960
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