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London: The Photographic Atlas combines stunning aerial photography with world-class cartography to create an unbeatable image of one of the world’s greatest cities. If you live in Greater London, you will be able to find your house—and perhaps even your car—and explore new neighborhoods with a clarity and immediacy that will astonish you. In this new edition, an all-new 16 page superscale section swoops even closer into major landmarks. Magnificent London sights and buildings, such as Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, the Houses of Parliament, and Westminster Abbey are presented in a level of close-up coverage that is simply outstanding.
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London: The Photographic Atlas combines the aerial photography of Getmapping.com with Collins’ acclaimed street atlas mapping. Within its pages, you will spot patterns that are invisible from the ground, discover surprising links between unconnected areas, and explore neighborhoods. Even if you don’t know London well, you will find this atlas fascinating and easy to use. The photography and cartography share the same standard grid system, meaning you can cross–reference quickly between the two elements; both photography and cartography are map–accurate; and throughout, the grid interval is 500 meters, so that distances can be accurately assessed. Finally, every one of the 50,000 streets in Greater London has been cross–indexed. A unique and magnificent record of the city.About the Author:
Getmapping.com plc was established in 1998 specifically to produce the first ever complete, full-colour, digital, photographic map of the UK. The Millennium Map, as it is known, has revolutionised the market by making high-quality aerial photography widely available to both the professional user and the general public, primarily through its website, www.getmapping.com.
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Book Description HarperCollins UK, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0007184352