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Russian internal water ways atlas kuib_vdhrn18





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NameRussian internal water ways atlas kuib_vdhrn18
CategoryWater
Scale 1:25000 1 cm to 250 m
Year1996
Width2132
Height2966
File size 940 Kb
Calibration OziExplorer calibration
ContentCoordinates grid
Sea
CountriesRussia
LanguageRussian
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Populated places:
Ul'yanovsk (640680 people)
Yur'yevka
Petrovka
Leninskiy
Korolevka
Chasovnya Verkhnyaya
Chasovnya
Bol'shoye Palitsino
Alekseyevka
Slantsevyy Rudnik
Kolkhoznyy
Ulyanovsk
Polivna
Novyy Gorod



Relief:
Ostrov Pal'tsinskiy (53 m)