Series: Michelin Regional

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Michelin Scotland Regional Map (Michelin Maps) by Michelin501
Michelin Nord-Pas-De Calais, Picardie, France (Michelin Local France Maps) (Multilingual Edition) by Michelin511
Michelin Map France: Ile De France 514 (Michelin Maps) by Michelin514
Guide Vert Champagne Ardenne 2015 (French Edition) by Michelin515
Alsace Lorraine : 1:200.000 Carte REGION 2013 n°516 by Michelin516
Pays-de-la-Loire (Michelin Regional Maps) (Michelin Regional Maps) by Michelin517
Franche Comte (Michelin Regional) by Michelin520
Michelin Auvergne/Limousin, France Map No. 239 (Michelin Maps & Atlases) by Michelin Tyre PLC522
Michelin Map France: Rhones-Alpes 523 (Michelin Maps) (Michelin Regional Maps) by Michelin523
Michelin Map France: Midi Pyrenees 525 (Maps/Regional (Michelin)) (English and French Edition) by Michelin525
Michelin Map Germany Midwest 543 (Maps/Regional (Michelin)) by Michelin543
Michelin Map Germany Southwest 545 (Maps/Regional (Michelin)) by Michelin545
Michelin Map Germany Southeast 546 (Maps/Regional (Michelin)) by Michelin546
Switzerland, South-West: Map No. 552 by Michelin552
Poland North West by Michelin556
Michelin Toscana, Umbria, San Marino, Marche, Lazio, Abruzzo (Michelin Maps) by Michelin Tyre PLC563
Southern Italy: Map 564 by Michelin Tyre PLC564
Galicia: Map No. 571 by Michelin571
Asturias, Cantabria (Michelin Regional Maps) by Michelin572
Pais Vasco, Navarra, La Rioja (Michelin Regional Maps) by Michelin573
Aragon, Cataluna by Michelin574
Castilla y Leon, Madrid (Michelin Regional Maps) by Michelin575
Portugal South (Michelin Regional Maps) by Michelin593

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  1. Central Italy (Country & Regional Guides - Cadogan) by Dana Facaros (2003)
  2. Michelin Valle D'Aosta, Piemonte, Lombardia, Liguria by Michelin (2003)
  3. Blue Guide Central Italy by Ellen Grady (2008)
  4. Landranger Map 118: Stoke-on-Trent & Macclesfield by Ordnance Survey (1974)
  5. DK Eyewitness Travel Guides : Florence & Tuscany by Christopher Catling (1994)
  6. Discovering the Hill Towns of Italy by Paul Duncan (1990)
  7. Italia by Sally Roy (2005)
  8. Dublin City Centre Atlas, Pocket Edition by Ordnance Survey Ireland (1993)
  9. Frommer's Complete Guide: Florence, Tuscany & Umbria by John Moretti (2004)
  10. Insediamenti rupestri di età medievale: abitazioni e strutture produttive. Italia centrale e meridionale. Atti del Convegno di studio, Grottaferrata, 27-29 ottobre 2005 by Elisabetta De Minicis
  11. Michelin Green Guide French Riviera by Michelin Travel Publications (1965)
  12. One Hundred and One Beautiful Small Towns of Italy by Paolo Lazzarin (2004)
  13. Bergsstäder mitt i Italien : vid sidan om allfarvägarna by Agneta Modig Tham (2011)
  14. The Rough Guide to Tuscany & Umbria by Jonathan Buckley (1991)
  15. Drawing : public collections in Italy by Gianni Carlo Sciolla

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