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I am having a problem reading in my low version map. Besides, any tips on where I can find "free" maps?

Thank you!

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    $\begingroup$ One site I've always found useful to view topo is en-us.topographic-map.com/maps/jlml/Morocco Comparing it to some of the 1:500000 maps, it seems to have at least similar resolution, and extends through the whole country. Digging into it more, the legal notice links to a paper suggesting it is made using multi-spaceborne data, coming to 3 min resolution (~90 m at the Equator, which should be about 78 m in Morocco). Perhaps search related to the paper can lead you to a place you could acquire that data directly? $\endgroup$ – JeopardyTempest Mar 8 at 12:45
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It is not so evident if you look for the big picture (grammar school's project?), or detail and specific region. Because even today, the geological mapping of Morocco is not complete (gouvernmental reference), the 19 already digitized geological maps about Morocco on gallica.fr may be an interesting entry for you. The GUI interface is more helpful for books, than for maps (selection of the page, export as .pdf / .jpeg), but there is a zoom and pan option to see some details on the maps pretty well.

E.g., a more general one by Brumnich (1936, 1:500'000) here, or one with stratigraphic / petrographic details about central Morocco by Termier (1932, 1:200'000) here.

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    $\begingroup$ Thank you! I was trying to find one from 85's but the one you gave from 36's in HD will help me to read the locations. $\endgroup$ – GiuR Mar 8 at 10:30

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