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Nederlands: Positiekaartje van de provincie, variant "gemeentelabels"
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Author Janwillemvanaalst


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current09:41, 19 January 2019Thumbnail for version as of 09:41, 19 January 20191,348 × 1,166 (967 KB)JanwillemvanaalstMap update due to adjusted province border Utrecht - Zuid-Holland as per 2019
16:45, 1 January 2017Thumbnail for version as of 16:45, 1 January 20171,348 × 1,166 (2.38 MB)JanwillemvanaalstMap layers update as of 2017
11:14, 17 January 2016Thumbnail for version as of 11:14, 17 January 20161,348 × 1,166 (977 KB)JanwillemvanaalstAdded NL index frame
20:08, 11 January 2016Thumbnail for version as of 20:08, 11 January 20161,348 × 1,166 (950 KB)JanwillemvanaalstFinal version, with municipal labels and slightly dimmed forest
18:30, 9 January 2016Thumbnail for version as of 18:30, 9 January 20161,362 × 1,176 (829 KB)JanwillemvanaalstUser created page with UploadWizard

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