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Hong Kong and Macao [cartographic material] / Central Intelligence Agency
Bib ID 1428852
Format MapMap
Author
United States. Central Intelligence Agency
 
Scale Scale 1:500 000 (E 113⁰30'--E 114⁰30'/N 22⁰30'--N 22⁰00') 
Description [Washington] : Central Intelligence Agency [1970] 
1 map : col. ; 18 x 24 cm., on sheet 31 x 40 cm. 
Notes

Relief shown by shading and spot heights.

"78321 12-70"

Includes maps of "Land utilization", "Kowloon-Victoria area", and location map.

Subjects Land use - China - Hong Kong - Maps.  |  Hong Kong (China) - Maps.  |  Macau (China : Special Administrative Region) - Maps.
Time Coverage 1970 

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