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A large, meticulously detailed map of the Sultanate of Oman, published by the National Survey Authority of Oman in May 1994, this map showcases the country's geography, infrastructures, and major landmarks, while emphasizing that it is not an authority on international boundaries.

The map is based on existing mapping data, with limited field revision carried out in March 1994. A unique feature of this map is the clear statement regarding the inalienability of islands, reefs, rocks, shoals, sandbars, and other exposed land surfaces within the territorial waters of Oman, even if they are not depicted on the map itself. This declaration reflects the importance of territorial integrity for the Sultanate of Oman and serves as a reminder of the complex geopolitical context of the region.

The legend of the map offers a comprehensive overview of various geographical and infrastructural features, such as dual carriageways, metalled roads, graded roads, other tracks, wadi spreads, vegetation, built-up areas, heights above sea level, towns, villages, sand dunes, hotels/motels, cultivated areas, forts, international boundaries, international airports, filling stations, and sabkhas. This extensive information provides valuable insight into the physical landscape, road networks, and key landmarks within the Sultanate of Oman.

As a product of the National Survey Authority of Oman, this map represents an authoritative source of geographical information about the country during the early 1990s. Its rich detail and precise cartography make it a valuable resource for understanding the development and geography of Oman at that time.

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Folding map.