Map of the Month 03/2012 is the Panoramic tourist map of resort Sunny Beach, Bulgaria. The map is a product of DavGEO. At the last ICC the map won the first jury’s prize in the category “Maps for Tourism”.
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At the 25th International Cartography Conference in Paris, France, the map “Hiking routes between Salmi and Oittaa (Nuuksio National Park, Finland)” won the second jury’s prize in the category Maps for Tourism.
The first Map of the Month in 2012 is the Bhutan map of the Austrian military. At the last ICC the map won the first jury prize in the category “Maps based on Satellite Images and Remote Sensing”.
The last Map of the Month in 2011 is the Guide Map of the Karaj Municipality in Iran. The map is a product of the Gitashenasi Geographical & Cartographic Institute and won the second jury prize in the category “Maps and Plans of Towns and Urban Areas”.
This month’s Map of the Month is the Jacaranda Atlas which is synonymous with school students around Australia. The map product by John Wiley and Sons won the second jury prize in the category “Educational Cartographic Resources”.
From this month onwards we will feature winning maps from the international map exhibition at ICC 2011 in Paris. September’s Map of the Month is The beautiful Game – A World of Football. The map by Kenneth Field won the first jury prize in the category “Thematic Maps”.
This month’s ICA Map of the Month is a series of New School Maps of Greece issued by the Pedagogical Institute Greece.
At the last ICC in Chile it won the first jury prize in the category “Other”.