Continuation of the Mega Map Production in the Republic of Croatia

Ivan Lapaine, Igor Vilus, Ivan Grubić


After putting up the 11 m × 6 m mega map of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County and breaking the Guinness World Record in the category of the largest printed map in the world, the production and presentation of mega maps has continued in various county seats of the Republic of Croatia, according to the plan of the State Geodetic Administration (SGA). The production of topographic maps at the scale of 1: 25 000 (TK25) is finished in those areas. In addition to SGA, counties and cities also participated in financing.

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