Turkey on a large, double-sided map from Freytag & Berndt, with a generous overlap between the two sides. A booklet attached to the map cover contains an index and a street plan of central Istanbul.
Bold relief shading with colouring for wooded areas, names of mountain ranges and spot heights provide an effective picture of the country’s topography. Salt lakes and flats, swamps and protected areas are marked.
The map shows the country’s rail and road networks, with selected secondary roads and tracks. Symbols highlight various places of interest, including archaeological sites, spas, etc. Internal administrative boundaries are prominently marked. The map has latitude and longitude lines at intervals of 1º. Map legend includes English.
A booklet attached to the map cover contains an index, with separate lists locations in the adjoining areas of the neighbouring countries, plus a street plan of central Istanbul.