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Ningxia Huizu Zizhiqu di tu [cartographic material] Zhongguo di tu chu ban she bian zhi chu ban
Bib ID 2894161
Format MapMap
Author
Zhongguo di tu chu ban she (Beijing, China)
 
Scale Scale 1:1 250 000 ; (E 1040--E 1080/N 400--N 350) 
Description [Peking] : Zhongguo di tu chu ban she, 1989 
1 map : col. ; 45 x 30 cm. 
Notes

Administrative boundaries valid as of December 1988.

Map of Yingchuan city and 3 other urban maps on verso.

Relief shown by spot heights.

Subjects Ningxia Huizu Zizhiqu (China) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1989 

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