Completely redesigned and updated, National Geographic Maps' Caribbean Classic wall map is one of the most authoritative maps for the islands of the Caribbean Sea. This new edition shows the entire region in exceptional detail, with coverage extending from the tip of Florida to the northern extents of Colombia and Venezuela, east to Barbados, and west to the eastern edge of Honduras, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua. Updated bathymetry reveals the remarkable seafloor variation of the Caribbean including the Puerto Rico Trench, the deepest point in the Atlantic Ocean at 8,605 meters (28,232 feet).
Caribbean Classic is a perfect tool for business or education reference, and a beautiful addition to any décor. Shown on the map are over 1,000 named places including country capitals, primary and secondary towns; political boundaries, important infrastructure, and all key landforms. Useful and informative notes about the region's history and unique geography are spread throughout the map, providing the reader further understanding of the Caribbean's unique attributes. This classic-style wall map contains National Geographic's world-recognized proprietary fonts, and bright easy-to-read colors.
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Completely redesigned and updated, National Geographic Maps' Caribbean
Classic wall map is one of the most authoritative maps for the islands of the Caribbean Sea. This new edition shows the entire region in exceptional detail, with coverage extending from the ...
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