תל אביב-יפו / הודפס ע"י המרכז למפוי ישראל. [ישראל. 1:50,000. 1995-2010 ]
המרכז למיפוי ישראלMap
Petah Tiqva, Ein Ganim, Al Mirr, Mahne Yehuda [cartographic material] : Sub-district Jaffa / Survey of Palestine.
פתח תקוה, עין גנים, אל מר, מחנה יהודה. [חומר קרטוגרפי]
للخريطة عنوان ثان بالعربية: بتح تقوا (ملبس)، عين غنيم، المر، محني يهودا - مجموعة ترتيب للوح القطع : قضاء يافا، اللواء الجنوبي / مساحة فلسطين
Place of publication not identified : Survey of Palestine
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