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File:Bristol UK locator map 2010.svg


Description Location of the ceremonial county of Bristol within England.
Date 16 November 2010
Source Ordnance Survey OpenData:
  • County boundaries and GB coastline

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

  • Irish, French and Isle of Man coastlines, Lough Neagh and Irish border
Author Nilfanion


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