Relief shown by shading. Includes index of Mutrah area [or Wilayat according to Ministry of Information classification], inset of Muscat road map and location map (Scales 1:5,000; and 1:10,000). Text, indexes of landmarks, major roads, way numbers, ancillary maps of "Al Wadi Al Kabir Industrial Estate," and "Bayt Al Falaj" on verso.
Contributor:DāʾIrat Naẓm Al MaʻLūmāt Al Jughrāfīyah Bi Baladīyat Masqa
Printed in 2 segments. Includes index, Mina Salalah area (port), Sultanate of Oman outline map, Salalah city center, telephone directory, and col. ill. Ancillary maps on verso: Saadah map -- Madinat as Saadah al Janubiyyah & ash Shamaliyyah -- Main road network around Salalah -- Dhofar.
Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Title from panel. "Imp. ANEP Rouiba - 2008." Includes text, hotel directory, airline directory, col. ill., and advertisements. Ancillary road map of north Algeria on verso. "Dépôt légal: 57-2008."
Relief of the regional map (1:850,000) shown by gradient tints and spot heights. Selected buildings on the map of the city center (1:12,500) shown pictorially. Arabic. Selected place names in regional map also in English. Title from panel. Panel indicate passing of "25 years" of producing maps by the publisher. Includes location and route maps of the visiting sites of: Masjid Qibāʼ, al-Masājid al-Sabʻ, ...
Tourist maps with roads highligted. Shows city districts, major roads, tourist attraction places, hotels, religious visiting places, residential quarters, cultivated land, rivers, and bridges. Relief shown pictorially. Design by Maktab al-Muktashif, Baghdād, al-Bitāwiyyīn, distribution by Samad Bookstore. Includes color illustrations. Names of places in Arabic and English.
"Geographic coordinate system, WGS 1984 (Latitude/Longitude)." "Palestine National Grid 1923." Includes Ramallah-Al Bireh regional map, location map, insets of Old City Al-Bireh, Al Manarah, Old City Ramallah, and distance table. Index and regional map on verso.
Map represents the Arab Maghreb Union. Member countries include Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisia. AMU also known as Union du Maghreb Arabe (UMA) in French. The union is a trade agreement (Feb. 16, 1989) aiming for economic and future political unity among member countries. Relief shown by gradient tints.
Contributor:Tunisia. Dīwan Qays Al Arāḍī Wa Rasm Al KharāʾI
Relief shown by gradient tints and spot heights. Depths shown by gradient hints. Title from panel. Includes text, index, glossary, and location map. Inset maps: Precipitation in Africa -- Distribution of Berbers in Africa -- Distribution of Arabs in 945 AD -- Marrakesh -- Casablanca -- Salé -- Tangier.
Relief shown by gradient tints and spot heights. "Copyright Eng. Zaki M.A. Farsi." Includes indexes and distance table. Ancillary maps on verso: Abha -- Sakaka -- Buraydah -- al Madinah, al Munawwarah -- ar Riyadh -- Makkah, al Mukarramah -- ad Dammam -- Najran -- Jizan.
Relief shown by gradient tints, shading, and spot heights. Depths shown by gradient tints and contours. Projection: Lambert's conformal conic. Copyrights: Saudi Geological Survey, and Dārat al-Malik ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz.
Contributor:HayʾAt Al Misāḥah Al Jiyūlūjīyah Al SaʻŪdīyah