Brabant Provinces (Flemish and Wallon) and Brussels Region at 1:100,000 in a series of GPS compatible topographic maps from the Nationaal Geografisch Instituut/Institut Géographique National, Belgium's national survey organization, each with a separate index booklet covering the whole country.
Described by the publishers as a topographic series, the maps do carry all the information expected of topographic mapping at this scale, but are not contoured and show altitude only by spot heights. Colours and graphics present the terrain and land cover: rocks, dunes, moors and heathland, orchards, woodlands, swamps and marshland, etc. Road network is finely graded according to width and the number of lanes. Footpaths are marked, but the maps do not distinguish between waymarked hiking paths or long-distance GR routes and other local paths. The maps also indicate administrative subdivisions of the provinces into districts and communes.
The maps have latitude and longitude lines at intervals of 5’. Titles covering larger provinces are double-sided. The index booklet supplied with each map covers the whole country and, where appropriate, list alternative versions of place names. Map legend and explanatory text in the booklet include English.
*In this title:* on the reverse is an aerial photo of the Brussels conurbation, with main roads and streets picked out in colour, plus names of various districts and surrounding locations. The city’s main sights are highlighted.
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