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Hanoi city map [cartographic material] : ban do du lich = tourist map = carte touristique / [bien tap va thiet ke in: Nha xuat ban Ban do ; chiu trach nhiem xuat ban: Le Phuoc Dung]
Bib ID 29685
Format MapMap
Author
Nha xuat ban Ban do
 
Scale Scale 1:17 500 (E 105°52'/N 21°01') 
Description [Hanoi] : Nha xuat ban Ban Do, 2000 
1 map : col. ; 64 x 47 cm., on sheet 72 x 58 cm., folded to 24 x 12 cm. 
Notes

"Nop luu chieu thang 7 nam 2000."

Panel title.

Insets: Khu pho co = Old Town -- Ha Noi va phu can.

Map of Hanoi showing tourist offices, buildings, stadiums, boating, markets, ports, bus stations, railways with stations, roads, parks, and areas of Old Town.

Includes street index and index to embassies.

Advertisements on verso.

English, Vietnamese, and French.

Subjects Hanoi (Vietnam) - Maps.
Time Coverage 2000 
Form/genre Tourist maps.

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