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Here we will list resources for different types of maps of Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union.
From Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Distributed ActiveArchive Center (DAAC), this database provides several ecological maps andinformation for certain regions worldwide, including Russia and otherformer Soviet Union countries.
Click on an area for a more detailed view of the different regions of Russia from the Foreign Investment Promotion Center under the Ministry of Economy of The Russian Federation.
These maps, also from Magellan are of St. Petersburg,Moscow and Vladivostok.
A small collection of historical maps is presented by ThePerry-Casta–eda Library Map Collection at the The University of Texas atAustin.
Over 75 maps of various types are presented by The Perry-Casta–eda Library Map Collection at the The University of Texas at Austin.
Several maps of the Lake Baikal region are presented (the Russian version is a littledifferent from the English.
Magellan, the definitive producer of maps on the Internet,allows for free viewing of maps for all of the countries of the formerSoviet Union. These are divided into groups such as ethnic, political,city, region and more. These maps are also available for purchase directlyfrom their site.
Historical, political, ethnic & regional maps are available from Excite's City Net for Russia and other NIS countries along with the rest of the world!
The sensitive map and of Russian WWW servers on Russian Academy of Science server.
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