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English: World map of time zones as of 2008, on the Miller Cylindrical Projection.
Polski: Mapa świata stref czasowych, według stanu na Marzec 2010. Siatka cylindryczna Millera.
Date 28 May 2008
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transferred to Commons by User:Phatom87 using CommonsHelper.
(Original text : Based on the 3-05 CIA time zone map, modified to reflect the changes up to March 2010. As of July 2009, the current CIA time zone map is the 6-08 version.)
Author Dave ( Heitordp at en.wikipedia)


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