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File:Morocco location map.svg


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31° 46′ 30.00″ N, 7° 4′ 30.00″ W

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English: Blank administrative map of Morocco, for geo-location purposes.
Français : Carte administrative vierge du Maroc, destinée à la géolocalisation.

Scale: 1:4,000,000 (precision: 1,000 m)
Equirectangular projection, WGS84 datum

  • Central meridian: 007° 04' 30" W
  • Standard parallel: 31° 46' 30" N

Geographic limits of the map:

  • Top: 36° 15' N
  • Bottom: 27° 18' N
  • Left: 013° 33' W
  • Right: 000° 36' W
Date November 2009
Source Own work
  • Sources of data:
    • NGDC World Data Bank II (public domain);
    • NGDC GSHHS (public domain);
    • Map Library (public domain).
Author Eric Gaba ( Sting - fr:Sting)
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