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Mauritius [cartographic material]
Bib ID 1751699
Format MapMap
Author
Great Britain. Directorate of Overseas Surveys
 
Edition 4-DOS. 
Scale Scale 1:100,000 (E 57°16'--E 57°50'/S 19°55'--S 20°35'). 
Description Tolworth, Surrey : Directorate of Overseas Surveys, 1983 
1 map : col. ; 93 x 65 cm. 
Partial contents
  • Insets: Rodrigues
  • Location diagram
  • Administrative boundaries. Scale not given.
 
Notes

Topographic map of Mauritius. Relief shown by contours and spot heights.

"Series Y682 (DOS 529)".

Includes index to 1:25000 sheets.

Legend in English and French.

Subjects Mauritius -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1980-1982 
Form/genre Topographic maps.

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