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Description A map showing the Turks and Caicos Islands' main towns and islands. This map's source is here, with the uploader's modifications, and the GMT homepage says that the tools are released under the GNU General Public License.
Date July 2007
Source Originally uploaded by Kelisi to en:Wikipedia ( log).
Author Kelisi ( talk)
( Reusing this file)
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