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General map of Cairo
- Egypt. Maṣlaḥat al-Misāḥah
- [Cairo, Egypt] : Survey of Egypt, 1920.
- Relief shown by contours and spot heights. "Map is divided into kilometre squares and oriented true north. All distances shown in the margin are in kilometres, and with reference to the centre of the city." "Published by the Survey of Egypt, 1920-391." Inset: map continuation of the northeast of the city showing Heliopolis and Matariya line. In upper right margin (red overprint): "Map no. 4." Index to points of interest; principal streets are named. Relief shown by 10 m. contor lines and spot heights.."Map is divided into kilometre squares and oriented true north. All distances shown in the margin are in kilometres, and with reference to the centre of the city", this information is not indicated on map. Black line print. Inset: "Northern continuation showing Heliopolis and Matariya line." In upper right margin (red overprint): Map no. 4. "Abridged index" lists points of interest; principal streets are name. Map included on index map to A. M. S. P971. Survey of Egypt. Egypt. Maslahat al-Misahah.
- Topographic maps, Cairo (Egypt)—Maps, and Egypt—Maps
- Call number:
- G8304.C2C2 1920 .S8E3
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