The Times Comprehensive Atlas of the World
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The Times Comprehensive Atlas of the World

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Description

The latest edition of the world's most prestigious and authoritative world atlas, containing up-to-date world maps and thematic information curated by experts in geography and cartography. The 14th edition contains over 200,000 place names. More than any other world atlas which means even small villages are included in the index and on the maps. It is a benchmark of cartographic excellence, trusted by governments, media and international organisations as well as being a go to reference source for households across the country. * A treasured possession, our world as it is today in one single volume * Independent - apolitical and neutral * Elegant and endlessly fascinating * Produced by the world's leading atlas makers for over 100 years. * Bought by over 1 million people worldwide * Elegant packaging in an attractive slipcase * FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) paper This is the perfect wedding, retirement or anniversary present for anyone looking to explore the world.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 544 pages
  • 326 x 470 x 46mm | 5,859.91g
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • TIMES BOOKS
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 14th Revised edition
  • 320 col plates
  • 0007551401
  • 9780007551408
  • 28,230

About Times Atlases

A benchmark of cartographic excellence, trusted by governments, media and international organisations alike. The Times Comprehensive Atlas, now in its 14th edition is the flagship publication and leads this iconic range. There's an edition for every occasion from the pocket-sized Mini, the everyday Reference to the Universal, the popular choice for gift buyers.show more

Review quote

'No household that is curious about the world in which we live can afford to be without it' - Sir Max Hastings 'The Greatest Book on Earth' - Sir Ranulph Fiennes 'A total adventure' - Jon Snowshow more