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Cuzco 1:110,000 & Peru South 1:1,500,000 Regional Travel Map

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Cuzco and its surrounding region at 1:110,000 from ITMB on a double-sided map which also includes a plan of the city and a hiking map of the Inca Trail 1:50,000, plus, on the reverse, a map of southern Peru with a street plan of central Lima 1:11,000.

On one side is the region around Cuzco including Machu Picchu on a detailed map with contours at 100m intervals and altitude colouring. Various local mountain ranges and peaks are named. The main map encompasses the towns neighbouring Cuzco: Yaurisque, Oropesa, Pisac, Calca and Urubamba and extends north-west to cover Machu Picchu. The map distinguishes paved and unsurfaced roads, dirt tracks and indicates bus stops. Railways lines are shown with stations. Also included are local trekking trails, with the Inca Trail specially highlighted. Symbols mark ruins and archaeological sites, plus selected accommodation or campsites. The map has no geographical coordinates. Its index has a separate list of Inca ruins.

The map is accompanied by a large clear street plan of central Cuzco indicating various sights and facilities including selected accommodation, plus an enlargement of the Inca Trail between Km 84 and Machu Picchu on a contoured base at 1:50,000, indicating ruins and campsites/hostels both along the trail and the railway line. Another inset provides a plan of Aguas Calientes.

On the reverse is an indexed road map of southern Peru at 1:1,500,000 extending north to include Huaraz and Cordillera Huayhuash and south-east to La Paz and Cordillera Real. The map shows the country's road and railway networks on a base with altitude colouring. Also marked are internal administrative boundaries and names of the provinces. Overprint highlights various sights, archaeological remains, national parks, etc. The map has latitude and longitude lines at intervals of 1° and is accompanied by a plan of central Lima 1:11,000.



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