First published in 2007 and now in its 4th edition, the Complete Atlas of the World has been fully revised and updated to encompass recent world events.
The opening section of the book provides a fascinating insight into our planet from a number of perspectives, ranging from oceans, to population and economics. The main body of the book consists of 97 carefully selected regional maps, each enjoying a lavish double-page spread allowing cartographers to incorporate an amazing level of detail.
For even more detail there are a further 100 detailed city plans created from the latest digital data allowing you to explore places from Seattle to Sydney. And linking all of this together is a fully cross-referenced index containing a staggering 100,000 place names making this a truly comprehensive portrait of our planet at a very competitive price.