The map shows its internationally recognized borders as well as its current (as of 2012) de facto division into Somaliland and Somalia, as well as the self-proclaimed autonomous states within Somalia: Puntland, Galmudug and Jubaland, plus the disputed region claimed by Somaliland but under Puntland administration. Also marked are internal administrative borders within these states/regions and names of the provinces. All place names are given in the Latin alphabet with alternative names or transliterations as appropriate. Topography is vividly presented with altitude coloring; graphics for swamps, salt flats and deserts; numerous names of mountain ranges and other geographical features; spot heights; water wells, etc. The road network includes country tracks and gives distances on main routes. Local airports and seaports are marked and a range of symbols indicate various places of interest, including locations with hotel accommodation, historical sites, etc. Coverage includes Djibouti and the eastern part of Ethiopia. Latitude and longitude lines are drawn at 1? intervals. The index is next to the map, with separate lists for Somaliland, Somalia and Djibouti. The multilingual map legend includes English and Arabic. Also provided are two plans of Mogadishu: a general map of the town showing names of districts and main traffic routes, plus a more detailed street plan of the central area. Both are annotated with various facilities and places of interest.