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Beijing Borch Map
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Beijing Borch Map

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Beijing
1:24 000 / 1:75 000
978-3-86609-343-0
880 mm x 494 mm
34,7 in. x 19,5 in.
243 mm (H) x 110 mm (W) x 8 mm (D)
9,6 in. (H) x 4,3 in. (W) x 0,3 in. (D)
74 g
2,6 oz
10th edition 2014
BORCH Map, laminated city map, folded

Detailed Maps:
Beijing 1:75 000, Central Beijing 1:24 000, Beijing & Region 1:1 200 000, Forbidden City 1:6000, Summer Palace 1:6000, Chengde 1:30 000, Fragrant Hills Park 1:13 000, Badaling 1:18 000, Public Transport Beijing, Beijing Shi administrative, China administrative & time zones
 

Our soft-laminated folded map of Beijing in the 10th edition shows: Beijing 1:75 000, Central Beijing 1:24 000, Beijing and Region 1:1 200 000, Forbidden City 1:6000, Summer Palace 1:6000, Chengde 1:30 000, Fragrant Hills Park 1:13 000, Badaling 1:18 000, Public Transport Beijing, Top 30 sights, Beijing Shi administrative and China administrative and time zones. Borch maps are easy to fold, durable and water-repellent with a wipeable surface. Borch Maps show hotels, museums, monuments, markets, top sights and points of interest, useful statistics, conversion charts for temperatures, weights and measurements, climate charts showing temperatures, sunshine hours, precipitation and humidity, overview maps, time zones, and much more...

Beijing, formerly known as Peking, is the capital and second most populous city of the People's Republic of China. With regard to culture, education and politics, Beijing is considered the center of the PRC, whereas Shanghai and Hong Kong predominate in economic importance. Beijing is a hub for all means of transportation: railways, roadways and air traffic, both national and international, entering and leaving in all directions. Beijing, rich in history, is home to many attractions reflecting Chinese culture and tradition. The Forbidden City, the Badaling section of the Great wall of China, the Summer Palace or the Temple of Heaven, are just a few sites which have remained unscathed by invasion, revolution or more recently intense urbanisation.




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