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Physical World Map 2004-04-01 CIA World Factbook: Robinson Projection: standard parallels 38°N and 38°S Subject: Physical map of the World, April, 2004 Projection: Robinson projection, Standard parallels, 38°N, 38°S Source: CIA World Factbook

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