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Gazetteer Federal Republic of Germany / prepared and published by Institut fur Angewandte Geodasie (Institute for Applied Geodesy) in accordance with the recommendations of the United Nations = Geographisches Namenbuch Bundesrepublik Deutschland / bearbeitet undherausgegeben vom Institut fur Angewandte Geodasie nach den Empfehlungen der Vereinten Nationen
Bib ID 41179
Format BookBook
Author
Institut fur Angewandte Geodasie (Deutsches Geodatisches Forschungsinstitut)
 
Description Frankfurt am Main : The Institute, 1981 
2 v. (738 p.) ; 31 cm. 
ISBN 3886480003
Series

United Nations series of national gazetteers ; v. 1-2.

Subjects Germany (West) -- Gazetteers.

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