This map is an important new edition from the "World Travel Maps" series. It covers a region which has been through, and continues to experience, considerable change since the collapse of communism. Revised and updated, this map of Eastern Europe provides a physical base, with relief shown by a system of layer colouring. The sheet extends from Amsterdam, Lausanne and North Eastern Tunisia in the west to Istanbul and Minsk in the east. To the north is the Baltic Sea (55 degrees North), with the Mediterranean to the south (34 degrees North). The countries covered are Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Romania, Italy, Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, Malta, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Yugoslavia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece and the Greek Islands (including Crete), together with parts of neighbouring France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Russian Federation, Lithuania, Belorussia, Ukraine, Moldavia and Turkey. The map features communication detail, with road, river and canal networks, airports and car ferry routes, plus a map and key in English, French, German and Italian.