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Greenland Explorer Visitor's Map of Greenland (Denmark)

By: Nigel Sitwell(Author)
colour & b/w photos, b/w illustrations, colour maps, scale: 1 : 3 250 000; dimensions: 69 × 100 cm
Manufacturer: Ocean Explorer Maps
Greenland Explorer
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A fold-out visitor's map (scale 1 : 3 250 000), that measures approximately 69 × 100 cm (W × H) when unfolded. The map features colour photos text of visitor sites and natural sights with reverse side containing sections on wildlife, a timeline from 5000 BC to 1979, history, notable people in Greenland's history, and miscellany.

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By: Nigel Sitwell(Author)
colour & b/w photos, b/w illustrations, colour maps, scale: 1 : 3 250 000; dimensions: 69 × 100 cm
Manufacturer: Ocean Explorer Maps
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