Yemen, including the Gulf of Aden, at 1:1,250,000 on an excellent and informative map from Gizi Maps, with a street plan of central Sana’a and enlargements of the environs of the capital and Aden, plus the Aden Peninsula.
The map has the publisher’s characteristic bold altitude colouring and plenty of names of various mountain chains, peaks, deserts, etc. Graphics indicate swamps, salt flats, wadis, deserts, lava flows, water wells, oasis, etc, to provide a vivid picture of the country’s topography. Names of the larger towns, provinces and many geographical features are given in both Latin and Arabic alphabets; all other place names are shown only transliterated.
Coverage extends southward to the northern coastline of the Horn of Africa, including the whole of Djibouti and most of Eritrea. Within the Gulf of Aden the Internationally Recommended Transit Corridor (IRTC) is marked, as well as other ferry and shipping routes including those leading to the Socotra Archipelago and in
Publication date: 2011
Scale: 1 : 1,250,000 (1 cm represents 12,5 km)
Printed side(s): single sided
Unfolded dimensions: 48.82 x 34.45 inches / 124 x 87.5 cm