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Hubei Sheng di tu ji = Hubei / Xing qiu di tu chu ban she bian zhi
湖北省地图集 = Hubei / 星球地图出版社编制
Bib ID 6532533
Format MapMap [cartographic image, text, volume]
Author
Xing qiu di tu chu ban she, cartographer, issuing body
星球地图出版社, cartographer, issuing body
 
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Scale Scales differ. 
Description Beijing : Xing qiu di tu chu ban she, 2009 
北京 : 星球地图出版社, 2009 
1 atlas (171 pages) : colour illustrations, colour maps ; 27 cm. 
ISBN 9787802128095 (set)
7802128099 (set)
9787802128262
7802128269
Series

Zhongguo fen sheng xi lie di tu ji.

中国分省系列地图集.

Subjects Cities and towns -- China -- Hubei Sheng -- Maps.  |  Administrative and political divisions.  |  Cities and towns.  |  Hubei Sheng (China) -- Maps.  |  Hubei Sheng (China) -- Administrative and political divisions -- Maps.  |  China -- Hubei Sheng.
湖北省 (China) -- Maps.
Form/genre Atlases.  |  Maps.
Also Titled

Hubei


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