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Seoul [cartographic material]
Bib ID 1303039
Format MapMap
Author
Kartografiai Vallalat
 
Scale Scale 1:20 000 (E 127°00'/N 37°34') 
Description Budapest : Cartographia, 1988 
1 map : col. ; 61 x 58 cm. 
Notes

Street map of Seoul showing city boundaries, transportation, water features, certain buildings and built-up areas, parks and tunnels.

Panel title: Seoul = Szoul = Seoul.

Map in English, legend in Hungarian, English, German and French.

Includes: 3 ancillary maps and tourist information.

Subjects Seoul (Korea) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1988 
Other authors/contributors Falk-Verlag

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