Siberia on a double-sided, indexed map at 1:3,600,000 from ITMB with coverage extending from Omsk, Nefteyugansk and Vorkuta in the west to the Sakhalin Island. All place names are in the Latin alphabet. Topography is presented by altitude colouring with bands in feet. The map shows the region’s road and rail networks, also indicating locations with airports and landing grounds, and symbols highlight various places of interest. Each side has a separate index. Latitude and longitude are shown by very faint lines at 5º intervals
PLEASE NOTE: the course of the Trans-Siberian Railway east of Omsk is clearly marked, but coverage of the map in the south-east stops about halfway between Khabarovsk and Vladivostok. Vladivostok itself, as well as Kamchatka and the easternmost part of Chukotka are also not included.
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