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AdriaTOPO XL 1.0 IMG UNLOCK: 640MB
AdriaTOPO XL 1.0 is detailed, topographic, non-routable map for Garmin GPS devices. Map is covering three countries: Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina , Monte Negro , Serbia , Kosovo , Albania . Referential scale is M 1:25000. It is intended mainly for use in handheld units by people whose job or hobby is related with outdoor activities.
AdriaTOPO XL 1.0 contains hydrographic data, landuse, national parks and parks of nature, protected areas and all other classified areas. It shows over 90% marked hiking trails, mountain shelters and many other data for orientation in open space and nature which will surely help many mountain and nature lovers. Map includes digital elevation model (DEM) which allows you to create and survey vertical alignment. Map also contains bathymetry with defined depths and rocks. The areas of protected regions in which users usually reside in outdoors were detail treated. 300 000 POI are easily searchable – sources, peaks, restaurants, gas stations, settlements or other. POI search can be made by name (or one of the words from the name), category or point distance from the current location.
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Walter66 Reviewed by Walter66 on . G@rmin AdriaTOPO XL 1.0 IMG Unlocked G@rmin AdriaTOPO XL 1.0 IMG Unlocked http://www.pohrani.com/f/1i/f7/14b2SclD/adrtxl.png http://www.pohrani.com/f/3K/ZH/1dyD8Jyc/001toposi.png AdriaTOPO XL 1.0 IMG UNLOCK: 640MB Rating: 5
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