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Ban d`o chi dan duong pho Ha Noi [cartographic material] / [thiet ke va in tai X.N Ban do-Cuc Do dac va Ban do Nha nuoc ; tac giac: Vu Kim Tam]
Bib ID 29652
Format MapMap
Author
Vietnam. Cuc do dac va ban do nha nuoc. Xi nghiep ban do
 
Scale Scale not given (E 105⁰52'/N 21⁰01') 
Description Ha Noi : Xi nghiep ban do, Cuc Do dac va ban do nha nuoc, 1987 
1 map : col. ; 57 x 45 cm., folded to 20 x 13 cm. 
Notes

Panel title.

Map of Hanoi showing tram stations, beaches, bus stations, lambatta stations, railroads, roads, buildings, and markets.

Text, index, "Noi ngoai thanh Ha Noi" map, "Giao thong cong cong noi thanh Ha Noi" map.

Selected places shown pictorially.

Subjects Hanoi (Vietnam) - Maps.
Time Coverage 1987 
Other authors/contributors Vu, Kim Tam
Also Titled

Ha Noi

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