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Brest, Quimper: Tourist Map No. 13 by IGN13
St-Brieuc - Morlaix (Serie Verte 1:100.000 No. 14) by Institut Géographique National14
Lorient; Vannes: Map No. 15 by IGN15
Rennes - Granville. Carte n° 16 - échelle : 1cm = 1km by Institut Géographique National16
La Rochelle; Royan: Map No. 39 by IGN39
Limoges -Guéret. Carte n° 41 - échelle : 1 cm = 1 km by Cartes Top 25 IGN41
Bordeaux - Périgueux. Carte n° 47 - échelle : 1 cm = 1 km by Cartes Top 25 IGN47
Périgueux -Tulle. Carte n° 48 - échelle : 1 cm = 1 km by Cartes Top 25 IGN48
Bordeaux - Mont-de-Marsan - 7e édition 1991 -. Carte n° 55 - échelle : 1 cm = 1 km by Cartes Top 25 IGN55
Cahors - Montauban (Carte de Promenade 1:100.000 No. 57) by Cartes Promenades IGN57
Avignon - Montpellier (Serie Verte 1:100.000 No. 66)66
Toulon; Nice: Map No. 68 by IGN68
Ajaccio -Bonifacio. Carte n° 74 - échelle : 1cm = 1km by Cartes Top 25 IGN74

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