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Ireland - download topographic map set

Ireland - download topographic map set Total in map set111 maps of0,3Gb
Updated inJanuary 2015 (added 5 maps)
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Soviet military 1:100 000 (~1980) 89 0,2Gb Russian 9 €
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Soviet military 1:500 000 (~1980) 7 9Mb Russian 2 €
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Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1980) 1 4Mb Russian 1 €
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Soviet military 1:1 000 000 (~1939) 1 2Mb Russian 1 €
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German military 1:500 000 (~1941) 7 20Mb German 2 €
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German military 1:1 000 000 (~1940) 1 6Mb German 1 €
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US military 1:1 000 000 (~1957) 2 11Mb 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 (~1994) 2 17Mb English 1 €
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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 n29-103 in the area of Loughrea, Athenry View topographic map n29-058 in the area of Omagh View topographic map m29-016 View topographic map n29-139 in the area of Mallow View topographic map n29-064 View topographic map n29-128 in the area of Tipperary View topographic map n29-022 View topographic map n29-067 in the area of Tobercurry, Ballymote, Ballysadare View topographic map n29-143 View topographic map n29-077 in the area of Westport, Mallaranny View topographic map n29-116 in the area of Nenagh View topographic map n29-117 in the area of Thurles, Roscrea, Templemore View topographic map n29-119 in the area of Carlow, Athy, Tulow, Muine Bheag View topographic map n29-057 in the area of Enniskillen, Pettigoe View topographic map n29-126 in the area of Tarbert, Listowel, Newcastle West, Foynes View topographic map n29-046 in the area of Londonderry, Strabane, Lifford View topographic map n29-023 View topographic map n29-055 View topographic map n29-104 in the area of Ballinasloe View topographic map m29-006 in the area of Bantry View topographic map n29-081 in the area of Longford View topographic map n29-137 in the area of Tralee, Fenit, Killorglin View topographic map n29-118 View topographic map n29-032 in the area of Bunbeq View topographic map n29-108 in the area of Dun Laoghaire, Bray View topographic map n29-033 in the area of Dunfanaghy View topographic map n29-102 in the area of Galway, Ballyvaghan View topographic map n29-076 View topographic map m29-009 in the area of Youghal View topographic map n29-088 in the area of Clifden View topographic map m29-019 in the area of Clonakilty View topographic map n29-114 in the area of Ennistymon 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 m29-018 in the area of Skibbereen View topographic map n29-044 in the area of Ardara View topographic map n29-089 View topographic map n29-093 in the area of Athlone View topographic map n29-130 in the area of Kilkenny, Carrick On Suir, Callan View topographic map n29-084 in the area of Drogheda View topographic map n29-068 in the area of Sligo (sligeach) View topographic map n29-135 View topographic map n29-120 in the area of Arklow, Wicklow, Gorey View topographic map n29-115 in the area of Ennis, Scarriff View topographic map n29-131 in the area of Enniscorthy, New Ross View topographic map n29-141 in the area of Dungarvan View topographic map n29-096 in the area of Dublin, Balbriggan, Howth View topographic map n29-094 in the area of Mullingar (an Muileann Gcearr), Kinnegad View topographic map n29-065 in the area of Bangor, Belmullet View topographic map n29-129 in the area of Clonmel, Cahir, Cashel View topographic map n29-105 in the area of Birr View topographic map m29-005 in the area of Kenmare View topographic map n29-101 View topographic map n29-082 in the area of Castlepollard, Cavan View topographic map n29-092 in the area of Rosscommon View topographic map n29-071 in the area of Monaghan, Castleblayney View topographic map n29-031 View topographic map n29-090 View topographic map n29-091 in the area of Tuam View topographic map n29-043 View topographic map n29-132 View topographic map n29-034 in the area of Moville, Buncrana, Carndonagh View topographic map m29-007 in the area of Kinsale, Macroom, Bandon View topographic map n29-079 in the area of Ballyhaunis, Charlestown View topographic map n29-140 in the area of Fermoy, Michelstown View topographic map n29-053 View topographic map n29-080 in the area of Tulsk, Boyle, Carrick On Shannon View topographic map n29-138 in the area of Castleisland, Killarney View topographic map n29-106 in the area of Tullamore, Moutmellick, Portlaoighise View topographic map n29-124 View topographic map n29-107 in the area of Naas, Droichead Nua, Kildare View topographic map n29-078 in the area of Castlebar (caislean An Bharraigh), Claremorris View topographic map m29-017 View topographic map n29-069 View topographic map n29-045 in the area of Letterkenny View topographic map n29-125 View topographic map n29-083 in the area of Ardee, Carrickmacross, Ceanannus Mor (kells) View topographic map n29-066 in the area of Ballina View topographic map n29-059 in the area of Armagh, Cookstown, Dungannon View topographic map n29-095 in the area of An Uaimh (navan), Trim View topographic map n29-113 in the area of Kilkee View topographic map n29-136 in the area of Dingle View topographic map m29-008 in the area of Cork, Cobb View topographic map n29-142 in the area of Waterford, Tramore View topographic map m29-004 in the area of Caherciveen View topographic map n29-144 in the area of Wexford, Rosslare View topographic map n29-127 in the area of Limerick, Rath Luirc

Soviet military 1:100 000 (~1980): 89 maps

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View topographic map n30-3 in the area of Birkenhead, Blackpool, Crosby, Southport, Hoylake View topographic map n29-1 in the area of Ballina, Bangor, Belmullet View topographic map m29-1 in the area of Caherciveen, Skibbereen, Kenmare 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 n29-3 in the area of Galway, Tarbert, Tralee, Castlebar (caislean An Bharraigh), Mallaranny View topographic map m29-2 in the area of Cork, Cobb, Youghal, Kinsale, Clonakilty

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

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View topographic map n30 in the area of Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Glasgow, Leeds

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

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View topographic map m29 in the area of Cork, Cobb, Youghal, Kinsale, Macroom

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

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View topographic map m29-nw in the area of Caherciveen, Skibbereen, Kenmare View topographic map n29-sw in the area of Galway, Tarbert, Tralee, Castlebar (caislean An Bharraigh), Mallaranny View topographic map n30-sw in the area of Birkenhead, Blackpool, Crosby, Southport, Hoylake 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 n29-nw in the area of Ballina, Bangor, Belmullet View topographic map m29-no in the area of Cork, Cobb, Youghal, Kinsale, Clonakilty

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

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View topographic map n30 in the area of Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Glasgow, Leeds

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

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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): 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 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 (~1994): 2 maps

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Ireland occupies the homonymous island (its greater part) in the Atlantic Ocean near the northwestern coast of Great Britain. The length of the island from north to south is 465 km, from east to west – 285 km. The shortest distance from Ireland to Great Britain is 21 km – straight from the Torr Head Cape near Ballicastle to Mall of Kintair in Scotland. The total area of Ireland is about 70,300 sq km. Ireland also includes the provinces Leinster, Munster, Connacht, and part of Ulster.

Relief. The whole of the centre of the country is a hilly plain abundant in lakes and turfaries. The central plain rises towards the edges of the island and changes to low mountains. The highest peak of Ireland – Carrauntoohil (1,041 m) – is in the Kerry Mountains in the southwest. The coasts of the island are heavily indented by fjords, bays, gulfs and deep estuaries of rivers.

Mountains. Only one fifth of the country lies higher than 50 m, with some peaks exceeding 900 m. The higher mountain zone consists of numerous short and separated ridges. Among them only the Kerry Mountains in the southwest and the Donegal in the northwest distinctly stretch from the northeast to the southwest. In the Donegal and Antrim mountain ranges run along the shore. All of them except the volcanic Antrim Mountains were formed in the Palaeozoic era. The highest peak of Ireland – Carrauntoohil (1,041 m) – is in the Macgillycuddy`s Reeks to the southwest of Killarney. The Wicklow Mountains with the highest peak Lugnaquilla (924 m) are located to the south of Dublin. The Knockmealdown Mountains rise to 795 m between Waterford and Tipperary.

Rivers. The Shannon is the longest river in Ireland that divides the west of the country (mainly the Konnacht Province) from the east and the south (Leinster and the best part of Munster). Other rivers are the Erne, the Suir, the Nore, the Barrow, the Galway, the Sligo, the Boyne, the Lagan, the Bann, and the Liffey.

Lakes. Lough Neigh is the largest lake in Ireland, its area is 396 sq km.other lakes are Lough Derg, Lough Outer, Upper Lough Erne, Lough Erne, Lough Mack, Lough Corrib, and Lough Conn.

National Parks and Reserves. Such National Parks should be mentioned as Killarney National Park, Boorne Vincent, Phoenix, and Karra Reserve.

Sightseeing. The capital of the country – Dublin – is one of the oldest cities in Europe. It is situated in the vast Liffey Valley around the picturesque Bay of Dublin. The beautiful Dublin Mountains and beaches are close to the city. The coastal region takes pride in such famous places of interest as the tower of the fort Martello with the Museum of James Joyce, the Blackrock Park, and Brighton Vail.

Bru na Boinne – the town near the Boyne River bend – is world-famous for its archeological monuments of burial places Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth Newgrange (See na Bru).

Waterford is located in the southeastern part of Ireland. It is the first city founded in the country by the Vikings (914), and is famous for the ancient city walls, narrow paths and the Norman tower Reginald Tower.

Cork is the city on the southern coast. There, on the territory of the University of Cork on the banks of the Lee River, the well-known summer camp ATC is located.

The Clare County has a unique place – Barren Region. Underground caves, cracks, springs and abysses are the main places of interest of the cave-pitted land.

The Aran Islands are three: Inishmore, Inishman and Inishire. These are long and low strips of “lunar landscape” with severe but wonderfully beautiful scenery.

Tourism. Water sports, such as sporting and amateur fishing, yachting and surfing are very popular in Ireland. Many people come here to enjoy golfing on the vast fields. Still, the real passion of the Irish stays equestrian sport.

Limerick is one of the best places for entertainment.

Climate. The climate of Ireland is marine, without considerable regional differences. The temperatures are unvaried, the precipitation abundant, cloudiness high and humidity elevated. The average temperature in July is +15°C, in January -6°. The greatest amount of precipitation is observed on the western slopes of the mountains facing the Atlantic Ocean, the smallest – on the plains in the eastern part of the island.