You can now download the maps of Iran discussed in the post of September 11 here. They are available in both Keynote and Powerpoint formats.
Additional map overlays of other places will be periodically added in the coming weeks.
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thanks for sharing
Thanks, Kurt. We hope these maps are helpful. We’ll have similar overlay and base maps for other countries, regions etc. soon so stay tuned!
Thank you very much.
You are welcome!
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