Baghdad at 1:25,000 on a double-sided, indexed road map from ITMB including inset of Baghdad Environs.
The street plan of Baghdad extends in the north to the Tigris River at the height of the Kadhimya and the Iraqi Department Store to the Jazair and Dora districts in the south, in the east it reaches New Baghdad and Khansa district and in the west the Andalus and Huriya districts including the Ancient Round City. Clearly shown are the expressways, primary, secondary and minor roads. Streets are shown but only the main ones are named. Railway lines are marked and the main stations named. Colouring distinguishes the Old City, built-up and development areas, parks, public buildings and military complexes. Information for the visitor includes parking, gas stations and bus terminals, palaces and mosques, museums and monuments, tourist information points, embassies, banks, hotels and restaurants and shopping centres, etc.
A separate enlargement represents Baghdad’s environs at 1:850,000 stretching to Kirkuk in the north and Razzazah Lake in the south, Ar-Ramadi in the west and the Iran border in the east. In this inset, additional details like road numbers and intermediate distances on major roads supplement the information provided for the main country map as described above. Topography is enhanced with contour heights in metres and spots elevation. Further geographical features include irrigation canals, swamps, seasonal rivers and salt hollows, oil, gas and water pipelines and oil wells and many places of interest. Latitude and longitude lines are drawn at intervals of 1º.