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Deutsch: Positionskarte von Norwegen

Quadratische Plattkarte, N-S-Streckung 210 %. Geographische Begrenzung der Karte:

  • N: 71.5° N
  • S: 57.6° N
  • W: 4.1° O
  • O: 31.6° O
English: Location map of Norway

Equirectangular projection, N/S stretching 210 %. Geographic limits of the map:

  • N: 71.5° N
  • S: 57.6° N
  • W: 4.1° E
  • E: 31.6° E
Date 28 July 2008
Source own work, using
  • United States National Imagery and Mapping Agency data
  • World Data Base II data
Author NordNordWest
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