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Monaco karten (German - Deutsch)

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Topgraphical map of Monaco showing the main physical characteristics of the country. It shows major rivers, the country's major cities, and major geographical features of Monaco. Also representing the meridians and parallels that pass through Monaco and the external borderlines.

Monaco karten (German - Deutsch)

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Topographical and vector map of Monaco. With a total area of 2.02 square kilometres, a land border of 5.469 kilometres and a coast measuring 3.829 kilometres the Principality of Monaco is the second-smallest independent state in the world, after the Vatican City. It lies on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, 18 kilometres east of Nice, and is surrounded on three sides by France and on the fourth by the sea into which its maritime claims extend to 22.2 kilometres. Its highest point is 163 metres above sea level, on the southern slopes of Mont Agel whose 1,109 m peak is in France.