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Deutsch: Karte von Kroatien
mit Gespanschaften. Quadratische Plattkarte, N-S-Streckung 140 %. Geographische Begrenzung der Karte: * N: 46.8° N * S: 42.1° N * W: 13.1° O * O: 19.9° O
English: Map of Croatia
with counties. Equirectangular projection, N/S stretching 140 %. Geographic limits of the map: * N: 46.8° N * S: 42.1° N * W: 13.1° E * E: 19.9° E
Date 2008-09-08 14:58 (UTC)
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