Croatia in the International Cartographic Association

Miljenko Lapaine


This is an updated review published in Cartography and Geoinformation five years ago on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Croatia's membership in the International Cartographic Association (ICA).
The International Cartographic Association – ICA was established in Bern on June 9, 1959. Preparatory conferences on its establishment were held from 1956 to 1959: the Esselte Conference in Stockholm in 1956, the Rand McNally Conference in Chicago in 1957 and the DGfK Conference in Mainz in 1958. The first General assembly, at which the statute was adopted, was held in Paris in 1961.


International Cartographic Association; Croatia

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