Sudan and South Sudan as separate countries on an excellent indexed map at 1:2,500,000 from Gizi Maps with detailed presentation of the topography, administrative divisions, street plans of Khartoum and Juba, etc. Excellent presentation of the terrain in the publisher's characteristic style provides a vivid picture of the region's geography: bold altitude colouring with plenty of spot heights and names of peaks, mountain ranges, etc, plus additional graphics for flood plains, swamps, salt flats, deserts, lava fields, wadis and water wells. National parks or other protected areas and interesting natural sites are highlighted. The map indicates the boundary of the disputed Abyei area and shows the internal administrative boundaries and names of the provinces. Within North Sudan names of larger towns and of the provinces are also given in Arabic. Where appropriate, alternative versions of town names are provided (Khartoum/Al Khartum, Omdurman/Umm Durman, etc). The map shows the road network with desert tracks, indicating distances on main routes and locations of border crossings. Railway lines are included, local airports are marked, and also shown is the ferry connection on the Nile between Aswan and Wadi Halfa . Various places of interest are highlighted, including UNESCO World Heritage sites, pyramids, archaeological remains, etc. Also shown are areas of oil extraction and oil pipelines. The map has latitude and longitude lines at intervals of 1. The index is on the reverse. Multilingual map legend includes English. Also provided are large, clear street plans of Khartoum and Juba, annotated with places of interest and various facilities.
Sudan and South Sudan at 1:1,800,000 on an indexed, waterproof and tear-resistant road map with topographic and tourist information, published by Reise Know-How as part of their highly acclaimed World Mapping Project. The map is double-sided to provide the best balance between a good scale and a convenient size sheet, with a good overlap between the sides. Clear topographic base has altitude colouring with contours, spot heights, mountain passes and names of mountain ranges. Salt pans, swamps, seasonal rivers and lakes, oases, water wells and hot springs are indicated. Road network includes seasonal local tracks, gives driving distances on main roads, and shows locations of fuel supplies and border crossings. Railway lines, local airfields and oil wells and pipelines are also marked. Internal administrative boundaries are shown with names of the provinces. Within the three Darfur provinces the map indicates areas where destruction of local villages has been independently verified. National parks and protected areas are marked and symbols highlight various places of interest, including UNESCO world heritage sites, archaeological remains, mosques, medical facilities, etc. Campsites and locations with hotel accommodations are indicated. The map has a grid with latitude and longitude at intervals of 1?, and an index of localities with a separate list of national parks and reserves. Map legend includes English. *"World Mapping Project"* is an extensive series of maps at varying scales, aiming to provide coverage of countries and regions worldwide using clear, well presented cartography with both topographic and tourist information.
This is map number 99 from the National Geographic 10th Edition Atlas of the World. It includes Burundi, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, Somaliland, South Sudan, Uganda.
This is map number 98 from the National Geographic 10th Edition Atlas of the World. It includes Egypt, South Sudan, Sudan.