Map of the Southern Half of Eastern Siberia and Parts of Mongolia, Manchuria, and Sakhalin: For a General Sketch of the Orography of Eastern Siberia

Description

Orography is a branch of the science of geomorphology that deals with the disposition and character of hills and mountains. The orography of a region concerns its elevated terrain. This general sketch of the orography of eastern Siberia and adjacent areas shows hills, plateaus, lowlands, mountain ranges, and other features. Also shown are provincial and district centers, fortresses, Cossack villages, guard posts, factories and plants, mines, gold fields, monasteries, and postal and country roads.

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Saint Petersburg

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Title in Original Language

Karta Iuzhnoi Poloviny Vostochnoi Sibiri, Chasti Mongolii, Man'chzhurii i Sakhaliina: k Obshchemu Ocherku Orografii Vostochnoi Sibiri

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Physical Description

1 color map on sheet, 47 x 75 centimeters

Notes

  • Scale 1:6,720,000. Prime meridian: Ferro.

Last updated: July 25, 2014