Kadaster, Holland's national survey organization, produces one of the most attractive topographic surveys in Europe. The maps are very colourful, with their characteristic patchwork of polders and an unusually large amount of land use information: meadows, arable land, different types of forest, marshes, sand dunes, etc. Contours are shown at 5-metre intervals with numerous spot heights and, with such a large part of the country below the sea level, "spot depths". Each map covers an area of approximately 25 x 20 km / 15 x 12 miles, with some sheets slightly larger. The maps have a 1-km Dutch national grid, plus latitude and longitude at intervals of 1'. Map legend includes English.
IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE BEFORE ORDERING: both the west (W) and the east (O) sheet of each number has the same name, although the town after which the two maps are named appears only on one of the sheets. For example: maps 41W and 41O are both called Arnhem, although the city of Arnhem appears only on sheet 40W, etc.
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