United Nations Dag Hammarskj÷ld Library : Map Library

Please note: as of January 2013, this page will not be updated.
We will replace it with a new information source soon.
For the latest map information, please visit the Cartographic Section website     

     

World Regions

   

    

    

The Map Collection houses over 80,000 maps, some 3,000 atlases, gazetteers, travel guides, reference works and digital products:

  • thematic topics such as climate, communications, economics, energy, geology, politics, population and transportation
  • topographic maps up to a scale of 1:250,000, as well as of 1:50,000
  • plans for major cities
  • gazetteers published by the U.S. Board on Geographic Names, and national and regional toponymic gazetteers from other countries and publishers
  • travel guides (Baedecker, Blue Guides, Fodors, Insight, Lonely Planet, Michelin and Rand McNally)
  • publications on international boundaries, including from the International Boundary Research Unit (Durham, UK)
  • up-to-date information on flag specifications and national anthems

Most of the material in the collection is for reference use and does not circulate. Arrangements can be made for copying, and there are also large layout tables and a light table to facilitate working with maps and atlases.

    

   

    
Hours :

9:00 am - 5:30 pm

Room L-105
Dag Hammarskj÷ld Library 
United Nations
New York, NY 10017

Tel: (212) 963-3000

Contact

    

United Nations Initiatives on Global Geospatial Information


UN Flag and Emblem


Country Information
(NCD and ISO codes, Status, Capital, Official language)

   

Flags of Member States

 

Reliefweb

(Maps showing humanitarian needs and assistance)

  

       


               

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