Birds Eye View Of The Panama Canal Map 1912
Issue: February 1912
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Birds Eye View Of The Panama Canal Map 1912
Item#: X NGC 021912

Published in February 1912 two years before the Panama Canal opened, this stunning relief map-painting illustrates the Panama railroad, locks, breakwater, and other details of the region. One of the largest engineering projects ever undertaken, the canal had an enormous impact on shipping, creating a passage between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Prior to the canal's opening, ships had to travel the long and treacherous route around the tip of South America.

The 1912 Birds-Eye View of Panama Canal map features:
• Panama railroad
• Locks, breakwaters, spillways, and more

Coverage Area: Panama Canal

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This map requires 7 business days to print and laminate prior to shipping.

Appearing in the February 1912 issue of the National Geographic Magazine, this Birds Eye View Of The Panama Canal map has been reproduced from its original cartography in order to bring to life a beautiful poster previously only seen in National Geographic Magazine. This reproduction holds true to the high standards that National Geographic Maps are known for.

The Paper version is printed on high quaility semi-gloss paper, perfect for framing.

The Laminated version uses 3mm laminate on both sides for durability, is easy to clean and markable.

From the National Geographic Classic Maps collection, this reproduction is just one of hundreds of titles available here. These maps are Printed on Demand. Sizes are approximate and may vary due to the nature of the trimming and laminating processes.
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