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English: Blank topographic map of Italy, with regions boundaries and including the 08-2009 modification of the boundary between Emilia-Romagna and Marche regions.
Note: The background map is a raster image embedded in the SVG file.
Français : Carte topographique vierge de l' Italie, avec limites des régions et intégrant la modification d'août 2009 de la frontière entre les régions Emilia-Romagna et Marche.
Note : Le fond de carte est une image bitmap embarquée dans le fichier SVG.
Deutsch: Topografische Karte Italiens, mit den Grenzen der Regionen (einschließlich der Änderungen im August 2009 zwischen den Regionen Emilia-Romagna und Marche) ohne Beschriftung.
Hinweis: Der Hintergrund ist ein Rasterbild, eingebettet in die SVG-Datei.

Lambert conformal conic projection; WGS84 datum

Standard parallels: 37° N and 45° N
Central meridian: 012° E
Origin latitude: 41° N
Scale: 1:3,760,000 (precision 940 m)
Date April 2009
Source Own work
Sources of data:
  • SRTM30 Plus;
  • NGDC World Data Bank II;
  • UN Cartographic section;
  • Regions boundaries: created from File:Italy_location_map.svg created by NordNordWest under GFDL/CC-BY-SA.
Author Eric Gaba ( Sting - fr:Sting)
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42° 0′ 0.00″ N, 12° 0′ 0.00″ E

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