Surinam is actually in its 4th edition; the map erroneously shows it as being the third edition; sorry about that; librarians please take note. This is another instance where ITMB has decided to combine two separate maps on to one piece of paper. The reason is simple - Surinam is popular and goes through a print run much more quickly than neighbouring Guyene, or French Guiana. As a result, it has gone through three editions in the same time as slower-selling French Guiana has worked its way part way through one. Answer: combine them and ensure that updates to the French overseas territory’s map are guaranteed more regularly. Plus, by combining, the print run is expended more quickly, thereby ensuring new editions of both country maps more regularly. It’s called win-win. All we have to do now is make sure everyone realizes what we’re doing, so the marketing of two separate maps carries on! Both maps have been updated with as much new information as we can find, and special thanks to Pied a Terre for some useful reference material, but we recognize that both these areas are largely unexplored and unmapped countries, so we’d greatly appreciate further help.
Map size: 27"X39"