c1967 Rabat Plan_Guide
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This very scarce, very unique guide to the Moroccan capital of Rabat contains a large folding map along with details and addresses of a variety of amenities and services including Ambassades, Cultes, and Service Public. Rabat was made the French administrative centre in 1912, becoming the capital city when Morocco achieved independence in 1955. Undated, date estimated using a listing of Rabat's population. In French language. With large coloured map of the city. An interesting guide for tourists, this work details a street-level view of the historic city of Rabat.
In the original paper and staple binding. Externally, well worn, with handling marks to the board, creasing from use to the joints, and shelfwear to the head and tail of the spine and extremities. Internally, generally firmly bound, with rear hinge a little strained. Pages are generally bright and clean, with some age-toning and handling marks. The map is generally bright and clean, with some minor handling marks.
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