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Belgium - download topographic map set

Belgium - download topographic map set Total in map set68 maps of0,7Gb
Updated inMay 2015 (added 4 maps)
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Soviet military 1:100 000 (~1980) 10 0,1Gb Russian 2 €
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Soviet military 1:200 000 (~1980) 9 74Mb Russian 2 €
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Soviet military 1:500 000 (~1980) 4 19Mb Russian 1 €
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Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1973) 2 29Mb Russian 1 €
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German military 1:25 000 (~1953) 14 0,1Gb German 3 €
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Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1939) 1 6Mb Russian 1 €
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German military 1:100 000 (~1895) 6 73Mb German 2 €
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German military 1:100 000 (~1939) 4 97Mb German 1 €
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German military 1:300 000 (~1929) 2 29Mb German 1 €
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German military 1:500 000 (~1943) 4 29Mb German 1 €
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German military 1:1 000 000 (~1942) 2 16Mb German 1 €
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US military 1:250 000 (~1956) 5 25Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:1 000 000 (~1957) 2 12Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:1 000 000 (~1972) 1 13Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:500 000 (~1991) 2 22Mb English 1 €
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View topographic map m31-048 in the area of Maastricht, Heerlen, Brunssum, Sittard View topographic map m31-022 in the area of Breda View topographic map m31-033 in the area of Antwerp, Hoboken, Sint-niklaas View topographic map m31-035 in the area of Geel View topographic map m31-021 in the area of Bergen-op-zoom View topographic map m31-023 in the area of Eindhoven, Tilburg View topographic map m31-034 in the area of Herentals, Turnhout View topographic map m31-032 in the area of Ghent, Lokeren, Eeklo, Zelzate View topographic map m32-037 in the area of Aachen, Kerkrade, Stolberg, Duren, Wurselen View topographic map m31-036 in the area of Roermond

Soviet military 1:100 000 (~1980): 10 maps

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View topographic map m31-16 in the area of Lille, Mons, Maubeuge, Tournai, Valenciennes View topographic map m32-13 in the area of Euskirchen, Eupen, Malmedy, Daun, Prum View topographic map m31-18 in the area of Liege, Verviers, Andenne, Bastogne, Ciney View topographic map m31-12 in the area of Maastricht, Heerlen, Hasselt, Roermond, Sint Truiden View topographic map m31-05 in the area of Rotterdam, Breda, Dordrecht, Maassluis, Bergen-op-zoom View topographic map m31-10 in the area of Ghent, Roubaix, Brugge, Roeselare, Kortrijk View topographic map m31-11 in the area of Brussels, Antwerp, Leuven, Herentals, Hoboken View topographic map m31-06 in the area of Tilburg, Arnhem, Eindhoven, 's Hertogenbosch, Helmond View topographic map m31-04 in the area of Goes, Knokke, Middelburg

Soviet military 1:200 000 (~1980): 9 maps

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View topographic map m31-2 in the area of Brussels, Rotterdam, Lille, Antwerp, Liege View topographic map m31-1 in the area of Southend On Sea, Grays, Basildon, Chatham, Eastbourne View topographic map m31-4 in the area of Reims, Charleville-mezieres, Troyes, Saint Quentin, Laon View topographic map m32-1 in the area of Essen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt Am Main, Koln, Wuppertal

Soviet military 1:500 000 (~1980): 4 maps

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View topographic map m31 in the area of Paris, Brussels, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Lille View topographic map m32 in the area of Essen, Stuttgart, Mannheim, Nurnberg, Dusseldorf

Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1973): 2 maps

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View topographic map 58_003-ams View topographic map 57_003-ams View topographic map 54_002-ams View topographic map 56_003-ams View topographic map 54_003-ams View topographic map 57_002-ams in the area of Saint-vith View topographic map 58_002-ams View topographic map 56_002-ams View topographic map 52_003-ams in the area of Stolberg View topographic map 53_002-ams in the area of Eupen View topographic map 55_003-ams View topographic map 52_002-ams in the area of Aachen View topographic map 53_003-ams View topographic map 55_002-ams in the area of Malmedy

German military 1:25 000 (~1953): 14 maps

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View topographic map m31 in the area of Paris, Brussels, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Lille

Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1939): 1 maps

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View topographic map 502 View topographic map 480 in the area of Malmedy, Saint-vith, Vielsam View topographic map 402 in the area of Roermond View topographic map 428 in the area of Aachen, Kerkrade, Stolberg, Eschweiler, Sittard View topographic map 455 in the area of Verviers, Eupen View topographic map 539 in the area of Luxembourg

German military 1:100 000 (~1895): 6 maps

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View topographic map 119a in the area of Bastogne, Ettelbruck, Marche-en-famenne, Libramont, Neufchateau View topographic map 107a in the area of Liege, Verviers, Eupen, Malmedy, Saint-vith View topographic map 094 in the area of Koln, Dusseldorf, Monchen-gladbach, Aachen, Remscheid View topographic map 094a in the area of Aachen, Kerkrade, Stolberg, Eschweiler, Roermond

German military 1:100 000 (~1939): 4 maps

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View topographic map 1H51 in the area of Lille, Roubaix, Kortrijk, Roeselare, La Louviere View topographic map 1J52 in the area of Rotterdam, Antwerp, Tilburg, Arnhem, Breda

German military 1:300 000 (~1929): 2 maps

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View topographic map m31-so in the area of Reims, Charleville-mezieres, Troyes, Saint Quentin, Laon View topographic map m31-no in the area of Brussels, Rotterdam, Lille, Antwerp, Liege View topographic map m32-nw in the area of Essen, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt Am Main, Koln, Wuppertal View topographic map m31-nw in the area of Southend On Sea, Grays, Basildon, Chatham, Eastbourne

German military 1:500 000 (~1943): 4 maps

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View topographic map m32 in the area of Essen, Stuttgart, Mannheim, Nurnberg, Dusseldorf View topographic map m31 in the area of Paris, Brussels, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Lille

German military 1:1 000 000 (~1942): 2 maps

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View topographic map nm31-06 in the area of Brussels, Liege, Maastricht, Namur, Heerlen View topographic map nm31-02 in the area of Ghent, Brugge, Ostend, Dunkerque, Vlissingen View topographic map nm31-05 in the area of Lille, Roubaix, Roeselare, Kortrijk, Mons View topographic map nm31-03 in the area of Antwerp, Rotterdam, Tilburg, Arnhem, Nijmegen View topographic map nm31-09 in the area of Reims, Charleville-mezieres, Esch, Sedan, Verdun-sur-meuse

US military 1:250 000 (~1956): 5 maps

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View topographic map nm32-31 in the area of Luxembourg, Essen, Stuttgart, Brussels, Munich View topographic map nm30-31 in the area of London, Paris, Cardiff, Portsmouth, Southampton

US military 1:1 000 000 (~1957): 2 maps

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View topographic map e02 in the area of Netherlands, Paris, Essen, Berlin, Stuttgart

US military 1:1 000 000 (~1972): 1 maps

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View topographic map e01-c in the area of London, Paris, Cardiff, Plymouth, Bristol View topographic map e02-d in the area of Belgium, Paris, Brussels, Rotterdam, Antwerp

US military 1:500 000 (~1991): 2 maps

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Belgium is situated in the northwest of Europe and borders with France, Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. In the northwest the coasts of Belgium are washed by the North Sea. The total area of Belgium is 30,500,000 sq km.

Relief. The major part of the country is flat, but much dissected by uplands and low hilly ranges. Despite the small size, the territory of the country is clearly divided into three natural zones: the low-lying coastal plain in the northwest surrounded by dunes and dissected by polders, the low central plateau (the High Fens), and the Ardennes Plateau in the southeast of the country. Cultivated landscapes prevail. The highest peak is Signal de Botrange (694 m) in the Ardennes.

Rivers. The territory of Belgium is covered by a dense network of quiet and full-flowing rivers which includes two of the major rivers of Europe – the Meuse and the Scheldt. Passing through the territory of Belgium, the Scheldt fills with the waters of the Lys, the Dender, the Durme, the Rupel, and only in the Netherlands creates the estuary of the Western Scheldt. The tributaries of the Meuse are the Hermeton, the Sambre (disembogues in Namur), the Mehaigne, the Vesdre (in Liege); the joint delta of the Rhine and the Meuse is situated in the Netherland as well.

Canals.  The flood risk caused the creation of the drainage regulation system in Low Belgium. The system includes of a pumping stations network and canals, such as Ghent-Terneuzen Canal, Brussels-Scheldt Maritime Canal, Albert Canal. Lakes in Belgium are few, and all of them are small. Artificial ponds are numerous; the largest of them is Eau d`Heure.

National Parks. The landscapes and the fauna of Belgium are preserved in numerous reserves and natural parks: Hautes Fagnes, Kalmthoute Heide, Zwin (bird sanctuary on the coast), Belsel, Chevetogne, Saint-Hubert, Westhoek.

Sightseeing. Brussels is the capital of Belgium, the cultural and the political centre of the country and the European Community. The old part of the city is called “Pentagon” by the Belgians. One of the most famous historical places of interest of the city is the Royal Galleries of Saint-Hubert. The “Brussels Park” is of great popularity.

Antwerp is the main city of the homonymous province and the second largest port in Europe, and also the world major brillianteering centre.

The city of Lier is famous for its astronomical clock, the ancient Zimmer tower and a circle of the XVI century fortifications.

Ghent - the capital of West Flanders – ranks first according to the quantity of majestic ancient buildings.

Bruges - the main city of West Flanders and a famous Medieval trade centre – is a nice place to visit.

Liege is the largest and one of the oldest cities of Walloon. The first things to visit here are the St. Lambert Square, Palace of Prince-Bishops, Museum of Walloon Life, and Walloon Art Museum.

Over the five centuries` period the former capital of the Spanish Netherlands and the birthplace of Beethoven – the city of Mechelen (Malines) – is famed for its bells and architecture.

One of the leading tourist centres of Belgium – the city of Waterloo – is the place of the glorious battle between of the Napoleonic army and the troops of Wellington. All of the places of interest in the city are dedicated to this event.

The pride of Belgium is the Big Forest of Arden on the border with Germany and Luxembourg where tourists can visit the Neptune`s Grotto (30 minutes to the south of Charleroi), the grotto of “1001 nights” near La-Roche-en-Ardenne, the rock of the citadel in Dinant, and many other picturesque places where in the midst of almost untouched nature one can find ancient monasteries and traces of the recent wars.

Tourism. The coast of the North Sea is the most urbanized and at the same time the most popular region of Belgium. A set of resorts stretches from De Panne to Knokke: Blankenberge, Knokke-le-Zut, Knokke-Heist, Nieuwpoort, De Haan, Koksijde, Zeebrugge, Oostduinkerke, Oostende, Westende, De Panne.

Climate. The climate of Belgium is moderate maritime and quite mild. The average annual temperature of January is +3°C, about -1°C on the coast in the Ardennes; the temperature of July is +14°C to +18°C. The precipitation usually falls out in autumn and winter in the form of rain; the amount is 700 to 900 mm in the plains and up to 1,200-1,500 mm in the mountains.