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Great Britain - download topographic map set

Great Britain - download topographic map set Total in map set103 maps of0,5Gb
Updated inJanuary 2015 (added 13 maps)
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Soviet military 1:50 000 (~1980) 12 58Mb Russian 3 €
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Soviet military 1:100 000 (~1980) 31 0,1Gb Russian 5 €
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Soviet military 1:200 000 (~1980) 1 9Mb Russian 1 €
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Soviet military 1:500 000 (~1980) 18 41Mb Russian 3 €
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Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1974) 4 30Mb Russian 1 €
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Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1938) 2 10Mb Russian 1 €
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German military 1:500 000 (~1941) 16 64Mb German 3 €
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German military 1:1 000 000 (~1941) 6 25Mb German 2 €
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US military 1:1 000 000 (~1957) 3 15Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:1 000 000 (~1977) 2 18Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:1 000 000 (~1993) 1 20Mb English 1 €
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US military 1:500 000 (~1993) 7 56Mb English 2 €
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View topographic map m30-022-3 in the area of Newbury View topographic map m31-013-3 in the area of Dartford View topographic map m31-001-2 View topographic map m31-013-4 in the area of Grays, Gravesend View topographic map m30-033-1 View topographic map m31-013-1 in the area of Chigwell View topographic map m30-008-2 in the area of Cheltenham, Gloucester View topographic map m30-019-4 in the area of Bristol View topographic map m31-001-1 in the area of Bishop's Stortford View topographic map m31-013-2 in the area of Basildon, Brentwood View topographic map m31-001-3 in the area of Harlow, Epping View topographic map m31-001-4 in the area of Chelmsford

Soviet military 1:50 000 (~1980): 12 maps

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View topographic map n29-036 View topographic map p30-131_132 View topographic map n29-056 in the area of Ballyshannon, Bundoran, Donegal View topographic map n29-035 in the area of Coleraine, Portrush, Limavady, Ballymoney View topographic map n29-058 in the area of Omagh View topographic map n30-137 View topographic map n29-024 View topographic map n29-057 in the area of Enniskillen, Pettigoe View topographic map m31-014 in the area of Southend On Sea, Chatham, Gillingham, Canvey View topographic map n29-046 in the area of Londonderry, Strabane, Lifford View topographic map n29-023 View topographic map n29-047 in the area of Dungiven, Magherafelt, Maghera View topographic map o30-140 View topographic map p30-141_142 in the area of Lerwick View topographic map n29-072 in the area of Dundalk, Newry View topographic map n29-070 in the area of Belturbet, Clones View topographic map p30-129_130 View topographic map n29-048 in the area of Antrim, Ballymena View topographic map n29-084 in the area of Drogheda View topographic map n29-012 View topographic map p30-139_140 View topographic map n29-071 in the area of Monaghan, Castleblayney View topographic map n29-034 in the area of Moville, Buncrana, Carndonagh View topographic map p30-117_118 View topographic map p30-119_120 View topographic map p30-143_144 View topographic map n29-069 View topographic map n29-045 in the area of Letterkenny View topographic map n29-060 in the area of Lisburn, Lungan, Portadown, Hillsborough, Banbridge View topographic map n29-059 in the area of Armagh, Cookstown, Dungannon View topographic map o30-028

Soviet military 1:100 000 (~1980): 31 maps

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View topographic map m31-07 in the area of Eastbourne, Hastings, Maidstone, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge

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

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View topographic map o30-4 in the area of Aberdeen, Dundee, Arbroath, Fraserburgh, Montrose View topographic map n30-3 in the area of Birkenhead, Blackpool, Crosby, Southport, Hoylake View topographic map p30-3_4 in the area of Lerwick View topographic map m30-3 in the area of Brest View topographic map n31-3 in the area of Norwich, Cambridge, Ipswich, Lowestoft, Bury Saint Edmonds View topographic map o30-3 in the area of Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline, Stirling, Grangemouth, Perth View topographic map o30-1 in the area of Thurso, Wick, Helmsdale, Stromness View topographic map m30-1 in the area of Cardiff, Plymouth, Swansea, Torbay, Port Talbot View topographic map n31-1 View topographic map n29-4 in the area of Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Limerick, Drogheda, Bray View topographic map n29-2 in the area of Londonderry, Lisburn, Dungiven, Lungan, Ballymena View topographic map m31-1 in the area of Southend On Sea, Grays, Basildon, Chatham, Eastbourne View topographic map o30-2 in the area of Kirkwall View topographic map n30-1 in the area of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast, Coatbridge, Newtownabbey View topographic map n30-4 in the area of Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Sheffield View topographic map o29-4 in the area of Tobermory, Uig View topographic map n30-2 in the area of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Sunderland, Middlesborough, Gateshead, South Shields View topographic map m30-2 in the area of London, Southampton, Portsmouth, Bristol, Newport

Soviet military 1:500 000 (~1980): 18 maps

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View topographic map n30 in the area of Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Glasgow, Leeds View topographic map m31 in the area of Paris, Brussels, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Lille View topographic map m30 in the area of London, Cardiff, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Bristol View topographic map n31 in the area of Amsterdam, Den Haag, Utrecht, Norwich, Ipswich

Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1974): 4 maps

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View topographic map m30 in the area of London, Cardiff, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Bristol View topographic map m31 in the area of Paris, Brussels, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Lille

Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1938): 2 maps

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View topographic map o30-no in the area of Kirkwall View topographic map m30-nw in the area of Cardiff, Plymouth, Swansea, Torbay, Port Talbot View topographic map n30-no in the area of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Sunderland, Middlesborough, Gateshead, South Shields View topographic map n30-so in the area of Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Sheffield View topographic map n31-sw in the area of Norwich, Cambridge, Ipswich, Lowestoft, Bury Saint Edmonds View topographic map n30-sw in the area of Birkenhead, Blackpool, Crosby, Southport, Hoylake View topographic map m30-no in the area of London, Southampton, Portsmouth, Bristol, Newport View topographic map n29-so in the area of Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Limerick, Drogheda, Bray View topographic map n29-no in the area of Londonderry, Lisburn, Dungiven, Lungan, Ballymena View topographic map o30-nw in the area of Thurso, Wick, Helmsdale, Stromness View topographic map p30-so in the area of Lerwick View topographic map o30-sw in the area of Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline, Stirling, Grangemouth, Perth View topographic map o29-so in the area of Tobermory, Uig View topographic map m31-nw in the area of Southend On Sea, Grays, Basildon, Chatham, Eastbourne View topographic map o30-so in the area of Aberdeen, Dundee, Arbroath, Fraserburgh, Montrose View topographic map n30-nw in the area of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Belfast, Coatbridge, Newtownabbey

German military 1:500 000 (~1941): 16 maps

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View topographic map o30 in the area of Dundee, Aberdeen, Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Inverness View topographic map o29 in the area of Stornoway, Tobermory, Uig View topographic map m30 in the area of London, Cardiff, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Bristol View topographic map n31 in the area of Amsterdam, Den Haag, Utrecht, Norwich, Ipswich View topographic map m31 in the area of Paris, Brussels, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Lille View topographic map n30 in the area of Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Glasgow, Leeds

German military 1:1 000 000 (~1941): 6 maps

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View topographic map no30 in the area of Aberdeen, Dundee, Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy, Grangemouth View topographic map nn30 in the area of Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Glasgow View topographic map nm30-31 in the area of London, Paris, Cardiff, Portsmouth, Southampton

US military 1:1 000 000 (~1957): 3 maps

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View topographic map e02 in the area of Netherlands, Paris, Essen, Berlin, Stuttgart View topographic map d01 in the area of Aberdeen, Dundee, Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline, Grangemouth

US military 1:1 000 000 (~1977): 2 maps

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View topographic map e01 in the area of London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow

US military 1:1 000 000 (~1993): 1 maps

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View topographic map e02-a in the area of Amsterdam, Den Haag, Utrecht, Haarlem, Leiden View topographic map e01-c in the area of London, Paris, Cardiff, Plymouth, Bristol View topographic map d01-b in the area of Torshavn, Lerwick View topographic map e01-b in the area of London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle Upon Tyne View topographic map e02-d in the area of Belgium, Paris, Brussels, Rotterdam, Antwerp View topographic map e01-a in the area of Glasgow, Dublin, Belfast, Plymouth, Cork View topographic map d01-c in the area of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen, Paisley

US military 1:500 000 (~1993): 7 maps

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Great Britain (the full name: the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) is a state situated on the British Isles. Its coasts are washed by the Atlantic Ocean and its seas. The area of the state is 244,820 sq km. Great Britain consists of four administrative-political parts (historical provinces): England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.

Relief. The north and the west of the country are mostly mountainous – the Northern Highlands (up to 1,343 m), the Pennine Chain and the Cambrian Mountains are situated here. In the south and southeast hilly mountains are prevalent. The highest peak in Great Britain is Ben Nevis (1,343 m).

Mountains. The Grampian Hills, or the Grampians, compose one of the three main mountain ranges of Scotland and occupy a great part of the Scottish Highlands.

Ben Nevis (1,344 m) is the highest point of Scotland and of whole Great Britain. It is located in the Grampian Mountains in the Highlands.

Ben Macdui (1,309 m) is the second highest mountain in Great Britain.

The Pennine Mountains are mountains in northern England and southern Scotland. Their total length is 250 km, height up to 893 m (Crossfell). Peak District National Park is located in the Pennine Mountains.

Goatfell is a mountain in the Scottish region Aurshire, the highest peak of Arran Island.

Morven is a flat mountain in the north of Scotland, situated in Caithness, Highland.

Snafell is the highest point of the Isle of Man (621 m).

Rivers. The main rivers of Great Britain are the Thames, the Severn, the Trent, the Mercy, the Clyde; also the Tay, the Spey, the Don, the Dee.

Lakes. Loch Ness and Lough Neagh can be singled out as the largest lakes of the state.

National Parks and Reserves. National parks of Great Britain occupy approximately 7% of the territory. Such districts as Dartmoor, Exmoor, Lake District, Peak District, Yorkshire Valleys, North Yorkshire, New Forest, Broads and Northumberland attract thousands of tourists every year. The majority of the national parks look like giant city parks or botanical gardens.

Sightseeing.

London, the capital of Great Britain, is a cosmopolitan blend of all styles and times in the history of the country. The city possesses an incredible number of places of interest, including the world-known historical places, numerous splendid shops and unmatched night life.

Stratford with the Shakespeare`s house-museum and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and the collegiate towns Cambridge and Oxford are the best places to familiarize oneself with English traditions. Oxford is the most ancient collegiate town in England, the citadel of English education and just a very nice city with characteristic architecture.

The legendary Stonehenge (dated back approximately 3,100 to 1,800 B.C.) is the most famous prehistoric site in Europe.

Northumberland is one of the “wildest” and the least “civilization-spoiled” districts in England. It possesses probably the greatest number of castles and battlefields.

Cotswolds is a huge limestone slope 30 km to the northeast of Bristol of amazing beauty.

Lake District in the Lancashire county is the most green and pleasant place in England with rich green valleys, low but steep mountains and picturesque lakes.

The Scilly Islands, 46 km to the southwest of the Land`s End, are 140 small rocky isles in the heart of the warm Gulf Stream.

Green hills of Shropshire from one of the most beautiful, peaceful and distinctive districts of England.

Scotland with its castles and mountainous scenery is a totally different country, severe and majestic, whose landscapes have brought it the fame of the raciest region of Great Britain. It is here that Ben Nevis, the highest peak of the state, and the legendary Loch Ness with its hypothetical prehistoric monster Nessy are located.

The largest city in Scotland is Glasgow. It is quite expensive indeed and is buried in verdure, but nevertheless has a distinctive architecture that combines Gothic, Italian Renaissance, Gregorian and Victorian styles.

Edinburgh is an example of interweaving of times divided by the very history into several parts: the Old City (early Middle Ages), the “new” city (XVIII century) and the modern one. Attention is attracted by Arran Island with the museum “Scotland in miniature”.

Wales is the land of wonderful landscapes and majestic medieval castles: the number of castles per square meter is the highest in the world. Cardiff, the capital of Wales, is the historical, trading and cultural centre of the country.

St. Davids is the smallest metropolis of the country. Here in the XII century cathedral the relics of St. David, the patron saint of Wales, are kept.

Belfast (Northern Ireland) is famous for its Protestant St. Anna cathedral, Ulster museum and the city hall. Among the natural sights of Northern Ireland “the Giants` Road” should be mentioned. It is a rocky formation of thousands of polyhedral basalt columns up to 6m high.

Tourism. The country is famous for such beach resorts as Newport, Eastbourne, Brighton and Torbay.

Great Britain has also several health resorts: Bath, Cheltenham and Weston-Super-Mare – seaside recreation zones with fine mineral springs used already by the Romans. Leamington, Llandrindod, Bilt, Llanurtid, Harrogate and Buxton are well-known spa resorts.

Climate. The climate of Great Britain is moderate oceanic and humid. Average January temperatures are +3 to +7°C, average July temperatures are +11 to +17°C. Annual precipitation in the west is up to 3,000 mm, in the southeast 600 to 750 mm.