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Croatia - download topographic map set

Croatia - download topographic map set Total in map set100 maps of0,6Gb
Updated inJanuary 2015 (added 26 maps)
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Soviet military 1:100 000 (~1980) 22 67Mb Russian 5 €
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Soviet military 1:200 000 (~1980) 5 17Mb Russian 1 €
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Soviet military 1:500 000 (~1980) 7 35Mb Russian 2 €
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Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1984) 3 27Mb Russian 1 €
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Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1990) 1 18Mb Russian 1 €
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Soviet military 1:500 000 (~1940) 1 6Mb Russian 1 €
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Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1938) 5 29Mb Russian 1 €
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Austrian military 1:200 000 (~1894) 16 0,1Gb German 3 €
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Austrian military 1:200 000 (~1913) 3 24Mb German 1 €
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Austrian military 1:200 000 (~1947) 2 25Mb German 1 €
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German military 1:300 000 (~1938) 4 54Mb German 1 €
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German military 1:500 000 (~1941) 7 57Mb German 2 €
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German military 1:1 000 000 (~1940) 4 33Mb German 1 €
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US military 1:250 000 (~1956) 12 69Mb English 3 €
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Serbo-Croatian 1:25 000 (~1980) 3 21Mb Croatian 1 €
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US military 1:1 000 000 (~1981) 1 16Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:1 000 000 (~2000) 1 17Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:500 000 (~1968) 1 11Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:500 000 (~1996) 2 29Mb English 1 €
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View topographic map l34-086 in the area of Osijek, Vukovar View topographic map l33-129 in the area of Bosanski Petrovac, Drvar View topographic map l34-110 in the area of Brcko View topographic map k33-023 View topographic map k33-011 View topographic map l34-087 View topographic map k33-048 in the area of Brsecine, Prozura View topographic map l34-073 View topographic map l34-111 in the area of Bijeljina, Bogatic View topographic map k34-037 in the area of Bileca, Plana, Trebinje View topographic map l34-085 in the area of Nasice View topographic map l33-142 View topographic map l33-117 in the area of Bosanska Krupa View topographic map l34-099 in the area of Backa Palanka, Sid View topographic map k33-010 in the area of Sinj View topographic map l34-098 in the area of Vinkovci View topographic map l34-097 in the area of Slavonski Brod, *dakovo View topographic map l33-141 in the area of Knin View topographic map k34-050 in the area of Cetinje, Herceg-novi View topographic map k33-036 in the area of Metkovic, Stolac View topographic map k34-049 in the area of Dubrovnik, Gruda View topographic map l34-074 in the area of Mohacs, Apatin, Beli Manastir

Soviet military 1:100 000 (~1980): 22 maps

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View topographic map l33-20 in the area of Trieste, Monfalcone, Gorizia, Grado, Muggia View topographic map l33-26 in the area of Pula, Pazin, Porec View topographic map k34-13 in the area of Dubrovnik, Budva, Cetinje, Gruda View topographic map l33-27 in the area of Rijeka, Baskc, Cres, Senj View topographic map k34-07 in the area of Niksic, Sarici, Trebinje, Bileca

Soviet military 1:200 000 (~1980): 5 maps

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View topographic map l34-3 in the area of Belgrade, Novi Said, Osijek, Tuzla, Zrenjanin View topographic map l33-4 in the area of Zagreb, Banja Luka, Zenica, Karlovac, Zadar View topographic map k34-1 in the area of Sarajevo, Shkoder, Podgorica, Pec, Prizren View topographic map l33-3 in the area of Venezia, Mestre, Trieste, Rijeka, Rimini View topographic map k33-2 in the area of Split, Sibenik, Mostar, Brsecine, Gdinj View topographic map k33-1 in the area of Perugia, Pescara, Terni, Ascoli Piceno, Chieti View topographic map l33-2 in the area of Graz, Gyor, Maribor, Sopron, Kaposvar

Soviet military 1:500 000 (~1980): 7 maps

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View topographic map l34 in the area of Budapest, Belgrade, Cluj-napoca, Timisoara, Craiova View topographic map l33 in the area of Slovenia, Zagreb, Graz, Mestre, Venezia View topographic map k33 in the area of Rome, Napoli, Taranto, Bari, Foggia

Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1984): 3 maps

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View topographic map k34 in the area of Macedonia, Sofia, Skopje, Thessaloniki, Tirane

Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1990): 1 maps

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View topographic map l34-3 in the area of Belgrade, Novi Said, Osijek, Tuzla, Zrenjanin

Soviet military 1:500 000 (~1940): 1 maps

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View topographic map k33 in the area of Rome, Napoli, Taranto, Bari, Foggia View topographic map k34 in the area of Macedonia, Sofia, Skopje, Thessaloniki, Tirane View topographic map l34 in the area of Budapest, Belgrade, Cluj-napoca, Timisoara, Craiova View topographic map l34 in the area of Budapest, Belgrade, Cluj-napoca, Timisoara, Craiova View topographic map l33 in the area of Slovenia, Zagreb, Graz, Mestre, Venezia

Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1938): 5 maps

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View topographic map 32-44 in the area of Olib View topographic map 34-45 in the area of Sisak, Bihac, Prijedor, Sanski Most, Bosanska Dubica View topographic map 33-45 in the area of Karlovac, Karlobag, Ogulin, Billjevina View topographic map 35-45 in the area of Banja Luka, Pakrac, Nova Gradiska, Slavonska Pozega View topographic map 37-46 in the area of Subotica, Kiskunhalas, Baja, Apatin, Backa Topola View topographic map 33-44 in the area of Zadar, Vodice, Benkovac View topographic map 36-43 in the area of Dubrovnik, Gacko, Gruda, Plana View topographic map 36-42 in the area of Budva, Herceg-novi View topographic map 37-45 in the area of Vukovar, Sremska Mitrovica, Backa Palanka, Sid, Loznica View topographic map 34-43 in the area of Blato, Gornji Humac View topographic map 35-43 in the area of Mostar, Prozura, Makarska, Metkovic View topographic map 34-44 in the area of Split, Sibenik, Knin, Marina, Razvode View topographic map 35-46 in the area of Kaposvar, Nagykanizsa, Bjelovar, Szigetvar, Virovitica View topographic map 36-46 in the area of Osijek, Pecs, Mohacs, Szekszard, Dombovar View topographic map 35-44 in the area of Jablanica, Jajce, Bugojno View topographic map 36-45 in the area of Tuzla, Brcko, Vinkovci, Slavonski Brod, Nasice

Austrian military 1:200 000 (~1894): 16 maps

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View topographic map 31-45 in the area of Porec View topographic map 32-46 in the area of Ljubljana, Kranj, Postojna, Ilirska Bistrica, Jesenice View topographic map 32-45 in the area of Rijeka, Pula, Labin, Baskc, Cres

Austrian military 1:200 000 (~1913): 3 maps

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View topographic map 34-46 in the area of Zagreb, Varazdin, Koprivnica, Ptuj View topographic map 33-46 in the area of Celje, Trbovlje, Kocevje, Krsko

Austrian military 1:200 000 (~1947): 2 maps

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View topographic map 1O47 in the area of Ljubljana, Maribor, Celje, Kranj, Wolfsberg View topographic map 1P47 in the area of Pecs, Kaposvar, Nagykanizsa, Varazdin, Zalaegerszeg View topographic map 1Q43 in the area of Shkoder, Podgorica, Niksic, Pec, Cetinje View topographic map 1P43 in the area of Dubrovnik, Prozura, Blato, Brsecine

German military 1:300 000 (~1938): 4 maps

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View topographic map l34-sw in the area of Belgrade, Novi Said, Osijek, Tuzla, Zrenjanin View topographic map l33-no in the area of Graz, Gyor, Maribor, Sopron, Kaposvar View topographic map k33-no in the area of Split, Sibenik, Mostar, Brsecine, Gdinj View topographic map k34-nw in the area of Sarajevo, Shkoder, Podgorica, Pec, Prizren View topographic map k33-nw in the area of Perugia, Pescara, Terni, Ascoli Piceno, Chieti View topographic map l33-so in the area of Zagreb, Banja Luka, Zenica, Karlovac, Zadar View topographic map l33-no in the area of Graz, Gyor, Maribor, Sopron, Kaposvar

German military 1:500 000 (~1941): 7 maps

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View topographic map l34 in the area of Budapest, Belgrade, Cluj-napoca, Timisoara, Craiova View topographic map k33 in the area of Rome, Napoli, Taranto, Bari, Foggia View topographic map l33 in the area of Slovenia, Zagreb, Graz, Mestre, Venezia View topographic map k34 in the area of Macedonia, Sofia, Skopje, Thessaloniki, Tirane

German military 1:1 000 000 (~1940): 4 maps

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View topographic map nk33-02 in the area of Sibenik, Vodice View topographic map nl34-10 in the area of Tuzla, Sremska Mitrovica, Sabac, Brcko, Zvornik View topographic map nl33-11 in the area of Zadar, Bihac, Cres, Olib, Gospic View topographic map nl33-12 in the area of Banja Luka, Zenica, Prijedor, Bosanska Krupa, Teslic View topographic map nk33-06 in the area of Blato, Brsecine, Prozura View topographic map nl33-09 in the area of Sisak, Bjelovar, Slavonska Pozega, Daruvar, Kostajnica View topographic map nl33-08 in the area of Zagreb, Rijeka, Karlovac, Opatija, Labin View topographic map nl33-05 in the area of Ljubljana, Maribor, Klagenfurt, Wolfsberg, Celje View topographic map nl33-06 in the area of Kaposvar, Varazdin, Nagykanizsa, Zalaegerszeg, Szigetvar View topographic map nl34-07 in the area of Osijek, Novi Said, Slavonski Brod, Vinkovci, Vukovar View topographic map nk33-03 in the area of Split, Mostar, Konjic, Sinj, Drnis View topographic map nk34-04 in the area of Shkoder, Podgorica, Dubrovnik, Niksic, Puke

US military 1:250 000 (~1956): 12 maps

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Serbo-Croatian 1:25 000 (~1980): 3 maps

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View topographic map f02 in the area of Switzerland, Milano, Rome, Napoli, Torino

US military 1:1 000 000 (~1981): 1 maps

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View topographic map f03 in the area of Bulgaria, Istanbul, Bucharest, Budapest, Belgrade

US military 1:1 000 000 (~2000): 1 maps

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View topographic map f02-c in the area of Rome, Napoli, Firenze, Sarajevo, Taranto

US military 1:500 000 (~1968): 1 maps

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View topographic map f02-b in the area of Slovenia, Zagreb, Bologna, Graz, Padova View topographic map f03-a in the area of Budapest, Bucharest, Belgrade, Craiova, Ploiesti

US military 1:500 000 (~1996): 2 maps

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The set of topographic maps of Croatia features maps of Velebit, Vaganski Vrh maps and maps of the rivers Danube and Savva, Drava maps and Lake Vransko maps, Plitvice lakes maps. One will find as well maps of Zagreb, Naftalan maps, Istrian Peninsula maps, Porec maps, Brijuni Islands maps, Rijeka maps, Opatija maps, Island of Krk Rab Island maps, Dalmatia maps, Zadar maps, Split maps, Korcula Island and Dubrovnik maps.

The Republic of Croatia is situated in south-eastern Europe on the Balkan Peninsula. Croatia was part of former Yugoslavia. Croatia borders on Slovenia in the north, Hungary and Serbia in the east, Bosnia and Herzegovina in the south-east and Montenegro in the south. In the west, Croatia is washed by the Adriatic Sea. The total area of Croatia is 56,500 sq km. The total length of the coastline is 5,835 km.

Relief. The terrain of Croatia is mainly mountainous, but most of the territory is occupied by medium-sized mountains. Flat terrain is typical for the central part of the country and the Istrian Peninsula.

Mountains. The Velebit is a mountain range in Croatia. The highest point of the mountain range is Mount Vaganski Vrh, 1,757 m. The range stretches from north-west to south-east along the coastline of the Adriatic Sea. The Velebit starts near the town of Sen, near the Vratnik Pass, which separates the Velebit from the Gorski Kotar.

Rivers. The major rivers running through the territory of Croatia include the Danube (188 km long) and several of its tributaries, such as the Savva and the Drava (526 km and 505 km long). These rivers flow into the Black Sea. Only small mountain rivers fall into the Adriatic Sea.

Lakes. The largest lake is Lake Vransko (30.7 sq km). The Plitvice lakes are recognized by some of the most unique natural phenomena in the world because it is a system of 16 lakes connected by 92 waterfalls.

Sightseeing. In Croatia, there are unique natural ecosystems and historical sites, beautiful sea coasts with hundreds of islands and numerous castles, dense forests and a wealth of water springs, which are miraculously brought together.

Zagreb has been the capital of Croatia since 1557. It was formed by the merger of two cities, Kaptol and Hradec, in the 11th – 13th centuries. Much of the medieval city survived to this day, making it one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, with a great number of parks, museums and galleries.

42 km from Zagreb lies Naftalan, a well-known resort with the only place in the world with springs of deresinated Naphtalan, healing oil, as well as chloride sodium hot mineral water springs.

The Istrian Peninsula is located in the west, on the border with Italy. This is one of the best-known resort areas of the Adriatic, known as Istrian Riviera thanks to its unique recreational opportunities.

North of Rovinj, amidst small narrow fjords, lies the town of Porec, a cultural monument of world importance, and one of the centers of early Christianity. The major sights of the old city include the ruins of two Roman temples and Efrazian Cathedral, the pride of the town (the 6th century, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage), with magnificent Byzantine mosaics.

Pula is the largest city of Istria, a large seaport and an international tourist center.

A group of islands called the Brijuni Islands, (Briyuny, or Brijoni), a national park since 1983, is located 6 km north-west of Pula. The group includes two large islands (the Veliqi Briyuni, 5.6 sq km, and the Mali Briyuni, 1.1 sq km). Moreover, there are 12 small islands covered by lavish forests.

Rijeka is the largest port of the country as well as an important business, commercial, industrial and cultural center in the Kvarner Region. It extends along the Kvarner Strait between Istria and the mainland part of Croatia.

Opatija is one of the most luxurious resorts in Croatia, which was opened for visitors in 1844 and remained the most expensive resort in the former Austro-Hungarian Empire for a long time.

Island of Krk is the pearl of the Croatian archipelago and the largest island of the country (409 sq km).

Rab Island, which lies at the heart of the Kvarner Islands, has been a sea resort since 1889.

Lying south of Rab Island, Pag Island is famous for its “moon landscapes”, salt deposits, strikingly beautiful local embroidery and laces, delicious sheep's cheese and olive oil.

Dalmatia is located in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic and stretches along a narrow strip for over 375 km from the Kvarner Strait to the Bay of Kotor.

Zadar, the main city of northern Dalmatia, was founded by Romans in ancient times and belonged to Venice in 1409.

Split is the second largest city in Croatia, the heart of Central Dalmatia and a major transportation hub of the country.

South-east of Split lies the most valuable archaeological site of the country, the ruins of the ancient city of the Salon, the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia.

In the heart of Dalmatia, south of Split, lies the charming town of Makarska. Almost opposite of Split lies Brac Island, the third largest island in Dalmatia.

Hvar Island, which is located in the south of Brac Island, is the longest and the sunniest Adriatic island. Hvar (385 BC) is the most important town of the island and one of the best resorts in the country.

Korcula Island is one of the largest (276 sq km) and most beautiful islands in Croatia.

Mljet is the most wooded island of the Adriatic (almost 3 / 4 of its territory is covered by forests), which lies between Korcula and Dubrovnik.

Dubrovnik is the pearl of Croatia, located in the southern Adriatic coast. Founded over 1,300 years ago, the city is listed in the UNESCO Heritage and it is the center of the fascinating Dubrovnik Riviera.

10 km from Dubrovnik, there is a popular resort, Cavtat, with a number of ancient ruins.

Tourism. A holiday in Croatia is the purest place in Europe an amazing variety of recreational opportunities.

Yachting is one of the most popular sports in Croatia. Yachting is popular in the harbor of Dubrovnik, Opatija, Rovinj, Pools, Rabatsa, Porec and Punata (Krk Island).

Intensive movement of air masses along the coast of Croatia is simply ideal for windsurfing and surfing enthusiasts whose favorite places include Hvar Island, Brac Island and Medulin. Diving and scuba diving are just as exciting as windsurfing in Croatia. Swimming with a mask in Croatia can be done only at the coastline of wonderful beaches, while diving, including night diving, can be done everywhere in the waters of the Adriatic sea: on Elafiti Island and Kornat Island, Hvar Island and Tsres Island, near the Lina shipwreck, in Dubrovnik near the Taranto ship, in Opatija at the Kostra diving site, in Rovinj as well as near St. Ivan’s Island, the Greater and Lesser Figarola and the Greater and Lesser Pirusi.

Superb natural landscapes of the Balkan countries tempt visitors to do some exciting as well useful activity - trekking, cycling or riding in the surroundings of all resort towns of Croatia. Gorski Kotar and Hrvatsko Zagorje are considered to be two of the best trails for hiking tours, winding through vineyards.

Equally popular types of recreation include horse riding in Medulin, mountain trekking in Rabac, hiking in the Paklenica and Risnyak national parks, breathtaking cycling along the trails which form circles around Cres and Rab Islands.

Fans of mountaineering and rock climbing can test their skills on Mount Platak, near Opatija, on the mountains around Baska as well as on the heights of Krk and in the Paklenica National Park.

If you want to go swimming in Croatia, the best places for that include Elafiti Island, Kornati Island and the coastline of the Green River.

In Croatia, there are opportunities for beach recreation along the entire Adriatic coastline. Concrete beaches (Krk and almost all beaches of the Istrian resort area), shingle beaches (Brela, Baska Voda, near Slip, Trogir), fine shingle beaches (Brac, Tucepi, Mlyn and Makarska) and sand and shingle beaches (the Dubrovnik area, Cavtat, Plata, Rabac, Kolochep, Korcula and Mljet) are available in this area.

Climate. The climate of Croatia is continental in the north, mountainous in the central part of the country and Mediterranean on the Adriatic coast. The maximum temperature from July to August is +28°C in the continental areas and +34°C on the coast. The minimum January temperature drops to -2°C in the mainland and +9°C on the coast. Rainfall averages 82-83 mm in August and reaches 170-190 mm per month from November to December.