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Saarbrücken, Germany, Vector Map - Light

– Lightweight minimized art map –

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Saarbrücken, Germany, Vector Map - Light This map of Saarbrücken contains typical landmarks for highways, bigger streets and smaller city roads and paths. This clean map comes with space for additional information like markers, text and symbols.

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    • 3.8 MB
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    • Municipality

      Saarbrucken, Saarland, Germany

    • Created

      2018-04-06

    • Categories

      Maps, Light Maps, Germany

    • Coords

      49° 14' 25'' N | 6° 59' 49'' E

      lat: 49.240, lon: 6.997

    • Style

      Lightweight minimized art map

      Web Mercator Projection

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      © OpenStreetMap contributors

      Design by HEBSTREITS.com

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