China: Regional Road Maps by Nelles

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China at 1:1,500,000 on four double-sided maps from Nelles, each in a convenient format for use when travelling. The maps include street plans of main cities and/or enlargements of their environs or other popular tourist areas.

The maps present road and rail networks on a base with topography indicated by relief shading with names of mountain ranges and peaks plus additional spot heights. Local airports are marked and the maps also show internal administrative boundaries with names of the provinces.

Places of interest, including historical sights, beaches, national parks or protected area, etc. are highlighted both on the main map and on the accompanying street plans or enlargements. The maps are not indexed. Map legend includes English.

China North East: North-eastern China at 1:1,750,000 from Nelles in a convenient format for use when travelling, with a street plan of central Beijing. The map is double-sided, with a very generous overlap between the sides, and provides coverage from just south of the capital to well beyond Harbin and in the east Vladivostok. All place names are in the Latin alphabet only with, where useful, their historical pre-Pinyin names (Peking, Tientsin, etc).

China East-Central: East-Cental China at 1:1,750,000 from Nelles in a convenient format for use when travelling, with street plans of central Beijing and Shanghai. The map is double-sided, with an overlap between the sides, and provides coverage from just north of the capital, to include the local sections of the Great Wall, to Wenzhou and westwards to include Xian. All place names are in the Latin alphabet only with, where useful, their historical pre-Pinyin names (Peking, Tsingtao, etc). 

China Southern: South-eastern China at 1:1,750,000 from Nelles in a convenient format for use when travelling, with street plans of central Shanghai and Hong Kong, plus an enlargement of the Yangshuo area south of Guilin. The map is double-sided with an overlap between the sides; coverage extends southwards from Shanghai and Wuhan, and inland to Kunming. The Hainan Island is shown on an inset at the same scale as the main map. All place names are in the Latin alphabet only with, where useful, their old historical names (Shantou/Swatow/Tuodao, Xiamen/Amoy etc).

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