Turkey Adventure Map 3018 by National Geographic Maps
• Waterproof • Tear-Resistant • Travel Map
National Geographics Turkey Adventure Map provides global travelers with the perfect combination of detail and perspective. Designed to meet the needs of adventure travelers with its detailed, accurate information, this map includes the location of cities and towns with a user-friendly index and a clearly marked road network complete with distances and designations for roads/expressways, plus scenic roads and secondary routes for those seeking to explore off the beaten path. Specialty content such as hundreds of diverse and unique recreational, ecological, cultural, and historical destinations make Adventure Maps the perfect companion to a guidebook. Hundreds of points of interest and diverse and unique destinations are highlighted including World Heritage sites, archeological sites, churches, mosques, castles, beaches, spas, campsites, and more.
The front side details the eastern region of the country, from its border with Syria and Iraq to the south, Iran and Armenia to the East, extending to the Black Sea and Georgia to the north. The regions featured on this side are Southeast Anatolia and East Anatolia. The reverse side of the map details Turkeys western portion of the country, from its border with Greece to the west, to the Mediterranean Sea to the south, extending to the Black Sea to the north. This side covers the Black Sea Region, Aegean Region, Central Anatolia Region and the Mediterranean Region.
Every Adventure Map is printed on durable synthetic paper, making them waterproof, tear-resistant and tough - capable of withstanding the rigors of international travel.
Map Scale = 1:1,200,000
- Product Number: 2059760M
- Product Code: NG_AM_TUR
- Publisher Product ID: AD00003018
- ISBN: 9781566956116
- Year of Publication: 2012
- Folded Size: 9.45 x 4.330 inches
- Unfolded Size: 24.8 x 32.68 inches
- Map type: Folded Map
- Geographical region: Turkey
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