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Indochine [cartographic material] / par Cl. Madrolle
Bib ID 1539150
Format MapMap
Author
Madrolle, Claudius, 1870-
 
Scale Scale 1:2 500 000 (E 99°30'--E 110°15'/N 26°10'--N 8°00') 
Description [S.l. : s.n., 19--] 
1 map on 3 sheets : col. ; 85 x 45 cm. on sheets 31 x 48 cm. 
Full contents
  • Feville nord: Tonkin - Laos - China
  • Feville centre: Annam - Laos - Siam - Feville sud: Cochinchine - Cambodge - Annam.
 
Notes

Maps of French Indochina showing international and province boundaries, transportation, religious sites, archaeological sites and populated places. Relief shown by contours, hachures and spot heights.

Maps in French.

Prime meridian: Genoa.

Subjects Southeast Asia - Maps.
Time Coverage 1900-1978 

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