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1. Bhārata = India = Indien = Inde = Indii︠a︡ = Yin du

GiziMap (Firm). Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Depths shown by bathymetic tints. Index of place names on verso. "Printed in Hungary 2007.". Budapest : GiziMap, 2007.

2. Sri Lanka Cities With Population 500 Thousand and More, 1997

2006. GfK MACON. This data includes Sri Lanka cities with population 500 thousand and more created by GfK MACON company, Germany. Gfk MACON Company.

3. Sri Lanka Cities With Population From 50 Thousand To 100 Thousand, 1997

2006. GfK MACON. This data includes Sri Lanka cities with population between 50 thousand and 100 thousand created by GfK MACON company, Germany. Gfk MACON Company.

4. Sri Lanka District Boundaires, 1993

2006. GfK MACON. This map includes the district boundaries of Sri Lanka created by GfK MACON company, Germany. Gfk MACON Company.

5. Sri Lanka Major Lakes, 1997

2006. GfK MACON. This data include major lakes of Sri Lanka created by GfK MACON company, Germany. Gfk MACON Company.

6. Sri Lanka Major Railways, 1997

2006. GfK MACON. This data includes Sri Lanka major railways created by GfK MACON company, Germany. Gfk MACON Company.

7. Sri Lanka Major Rivers

2006. GfK MACON. This data include major rivers of Sri Lanka created by GfK MACON company, Germany. Gfk MACON Company.

8. Sri Lanka Major Roads, 1997

2006. GfK MACON. This data includes Sri Lanka major roads created by GfK MACON company, Germany. Gfk MACON Company.

9. Tabula Asiae XII

1540. Sebastian Münster. This is a historical map of Sri Lanka, created around 1540. Heinrich Petri.

10. The Paumbum Passage, Gulf of Manaar, 1830

Bradbury, C, fl. 1834. Depth shown by soundings and shading. Relief shown by hachures. Proposed cuts [channels] through the mainland and through [sand] bar are shown. Cor... London : published for the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, by John Murray, Albemarle Street, 1834.