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Rome Borch Laminated
Rome Borch Laminated Rome Borch Laminated Rome Borch Laminated Rome Borch Laminated

Rome Borch Laminated



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Rome / Roma
1:11 000 / 1:15 000
978-3-86609-302-7
990 mm x 494 mm
39 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)
84 g
3 oz
12th edition 2014
BORCH Map, laminated city map, folded

Detailed Maps:
Roma 1:15 000, Roma Centro 1:11 000, Vaticano 1:7 000, Roma & Regione 1:250 000, Foro Romano 1:7 000, Public Transport Rome, Italy administrative

Our soft-laminated folded map of Rome in the 12th edition shows: Rome 1:15 000, Rome Centre 1:11 000, Vatican 1:7 000, Rome & Region 1:250 000, Roman Forum 1:7 000, Public Transport Rome, Italy administrative and Top 30 Sights. Borch Maps are easy to fold, durable and water-repellent with a wipeable surface. Borch Maps show hotels, museums, monuments, markets, public transport, 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...

According to legend the Roman Empire's capital city was founded by Romulus and Remus, two brothers reared by a she-wolf. Rome was built on seven hills and was the centre of the ancient world. Classical masonic ruins bear witness to the splendour of an age gone by. A majestic aura still dominates the capital and largest city of Italy, even though modern sounds, sights and smells have permeated the ancient atmosphere. The carefree, energetic flow of Italian life can be experienced at every landmark, in any of the numerous bars, at the markets, on the piazzas, in the restaurants serving delicious Italian specialties, indeed at every corner. The countless churches, Vatican City, world-renowned museums and works of architecture comprise the ancient backdrop, but it is the Romans themselves who add the distinguishing touch and ensure that each visitor personally experiences the unique Roman character of "The Eternal City".


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