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Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan : geographical map / Gizi Map
- GiziMap (Firm)
- Budapest : GiziMap, 2009.
- Relief shown by gradient tints and spot heights. Index of places by country on verso. Topographic map of Central Asia emphasizing roads, tracks, footpaths and railroads; international boundaries. Shows Aksay Chin (claimed by India under Chinese administration).
- Asia, Central and Russia. Russian Empire. Soviet Union. Former Soviet Republics
- Roads—Asia, Central—Maps, Roads—Former Soviet republics—Maps, Physical maps, Central Asia—Maps, Former Soviet republics—Maps, Topographic maps, and Maps
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- G7211.C2 2009 .G5
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