Hiking and cycling route along the ancient Limes, the Upper Germanic-Rhaetian boundary of the Roman Empire, on a detailed, GPS compatible topographic map at 1:25,000 from the state survey of Rheineland-Palatinate, The map covers the route's western section from Rheinbrohl to Holzhausen an der Haide, presenting it on three overlapping panels. Map legend and additional text include English.
Coverage of the route along the limes, one of the outstanding archaeological monuments in Central Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage site, continues eastwards on a separate map at 1:25,000 published by state survey of Hesse.
Maps in this series at 1:25,000 from the Landesvermessungsamt Rheinland-Pfalz cover the state’s popular recreational areas and have extensive overprint highlighting waymarked hiking trails and/or cycling routes, plus numerous recreational facilities including campsites, youth hostels, huts, Houses of Nature and other types of accommodation, sites for various outdoor pursuits, historic buildings and other cultural heritage, etc.
Cartography is identical to the country’s official topographic survey and the maps provide all the information expected of survey mapping at this scale including landmarks, forest cover, etc. Contours are at 5m intervals, with additional relief shading. Many titles are double-sided to provide wider coverage on one map and/or include on the reverse additional tourist information. The maps have a UTM grid for GPS navigation. Most map legends now include English; additional tourist information such as route descriptions, notes about the region and its heritage, etc, vary – some are in German only.
To see the list of titles in this series please click on the series link.
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