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  • 1 Summary
  • 2 Africa
    • 2.1 Eastern and southern Africa
    • 2.2 Central Africa
    • 2.3 Northern Africa
    • 2.4 Western Africa
  • 3 America
    • 3.1 North America
    • 3.2 South America
  • 4 Asia
    • 4.1 East
    • 4.2 Central
    • 4.3 Southeast
    • 4.4 South
    • 4.5 Western
  • 5 Europe
    • 5.1 Countries
  • 6 Oceania
  • 7 Intercontinental
  • 8 Historical
  • 9 Subnationals
  • 10 Licensing


English: Orthographic map of South Korea generated by GMT, editted with Inkscape and Adobe Illustrator.
한국어: 정사도법으로 제작된 대한민국 지도. GMT로 생성한 후, Inkscape와 Adobe Illustrator로 수정함.
Date 10 July 2009
Source Own work by Uploader, colors are from User:Ssolbergj's orthographic map series (see below).
Author Ksiom


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