Map of the western Russia published by ITMB. This map extends to Omsk in the east and covers in particular the area between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea. City map of St Petersburg on the reverse. Terrain mapping and index of cities included.
Scale 1:3,200,000 (1 cm = 32 km) & 1:14,000 (1 cm = 140 m).
All major museums, churches, fortresses, and attractions are noted on the map, as well as hotels, theatres, parks, and Metro lines. The regional map of the westernmost part of Russia covers an enormous territory from the Caspian Sea north to St. Petersburg and includes two inset maps; one of central Moscow, which would be useful for a brief visit, and the other of Kaliningrad, the former German port of Konigstand, on the Baltic Sea. Rostov, Volgograd, the Golden Ring cities, and the Trans-Siberian rail line are on the map.
Motorway, Major Road, Railway Line, Lake, Church, Monument, Point of Tourist Interest, Musem, Mosque, Theatre, etc.