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1. Cultural Landmark Points, Managua Region, Nicaragua, 2001

2001. Geological Survey (U.S.). Cultural landmark points for the Managua region, Nicaragua. This layer was vectorized from original hard copy 1:50,000 topographic maps produced by... US Geological Survey, Hurricane Mitch Program.

2. Cultural Landmark Points, Tipitapa Region, Nicaragua, 2001

2001. Geological Survey (U.S.). Cultural landmark points for the Tipitapa region, Nicaragua. This layer was vectorized from original hard copy 1:50,000 topographic maps produced b... US Geological Survey, Hurricane Mitch Program.

3. Hypsography, Tipitapa Region, Nicaragua, 2001

2001. Geological Survey (U.S.). Hypsography : marks of height above sea level (in meters) for the Tipitapa region, Nicaragua. This layer was vectorized from original hard copy 1:5... US Geological Survey, Hurricane Mitch Program.

4. Small Populated Places, Managua Region, Nicaragua, 2001

2001. Geological Survey (U.S.). Small populated places for the Managua region, Nicaragua. This layer was vectorized from original hard copy 1:50,000 topographic maps produced by t... US Geological Survey, Hurricane Mitch Program.

5. Small Populated Places, Tipitapa Region, Nicaragua, 2001

2001. Geological Survey (U.S.). Small populated places for the Tipitapa region, Nicaragua. This layer was vectorized from original hard copy 1:50,000 topographic maps produced by ... US Geological Survey, Hurricane Mitch Program.

6. Transportation Objects : Bridges (Points), Managua Region, Nicaragua, 2001

2001. Geological Survey (U.S.). Transportation objects : bridges (points) for the Managua region, Nicaragua. This layer was vectorized from original hard copy 1:50,000 topographic... US Geological Survey, Hurricane Mitch Program.

7. Transportation Objects : Bridges (Points), Tipitapa Region, Nicaragua, 2001

2001. Geological Survey (U.S.). Transportation objects : bridges (points) for the Tipitapa region, Nicaragua. This layer was vectorized from original hard copy 1:50,000 topographi... US Geological Survey, Hurricane Mitch Program.