National Geographic™ Texas Wall Map

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National Geographic™ Texas Wall Map explores minute details of the Lone Star State!

Texas' diverse terrain and vegetation is rendered here through an attractive color palette and shaded relief! Contains thousands of place names and precise locations of cities, major roadways, railways, airports, federal and state-protected lands, mountain ranges (and prominent peaks).

Plus, details like marine sanctuaries, military installations, major bodies of water and other geographic features. Plus, it's enlarged and laminated, with a fun "write and wipe" surface and durable plastic covering. Printed by a certified "green" printer using 10% recycled paper stock, low V.O.C. inks and shipped less than 30 miles to the storage warehouse. Truly an eco-friendly Map! Measures 31 x 41". Scale: 1" = 11.1 miles.

National Geographic™ is a renowned authority in cartography. For the past 120 years, the Society's maps have helped spread geographic knowledge around the globe! Meticulous research and attention to detail have established an unparalleled standard of achievement.

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