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Oroszország autóatlasz - Trivium
Oroszország autóatlasz - Trivium
9 840 Ft

Oroszország autóatlasz - Trivium

atlasz (fűzött)

1 : 750 000 - 1 : 3 000 000
21 x 29,5 cm

szállítási határidő: 2 hét
9 840 Ft
A4-size, paperback atlas covering at various scales the whole of Russia, except for the northernmost part of Siberia. The European part of Russia is covered at 1:750,000 west of the Volga, with north and east of the river at 1:1,500,000. East of the Urals, the southern part of the country along the main centres of population is also presented at 1:1,500,000, with the areas north of it at 1:3,000,000. More detailed insets are provided for areas around main cities such as Vladivostok or Khabarovsk. Also included is overview road mapping of the neighbouring ex-Soviet Union countries.

Road detail distinguishes surfaced, unsurfaced and seasonal roads, and includes European and national road numbers. Many intermediate driving distances are marked and symbols indicate petrol stations, maintenance centres, and border checkpoints. High passes with seasonal access are indicated. Main railways, sea and river ferries, and canals are included.

Although there is no relief shading, there are some spot heights in higher regions and colours are used to distinguish land features such as swamps, forests, salt flats, seasonal lakes etc. Regional boundaries are indicated and varying text size is used to categorize towns and settlements according to population size. Additional thematic maps show time zones and administrative regions of Russia and neighbouring states. The distance table shows both distances within Russia and between Moscow and various European capitals.

All the place names are in Cyrillic alphabet only, and all additional information in Russian, but the map legend has English translation. Stanfords can provide free of charge a transliteration table of Cyrillic letters into Roman alphabet.

The same atlas is also available in a hardback edition, with a substantially larger number of place names listed in its index and with additional coverage of the neighbouring countries in Central Asia.
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