Serbia

3,838 total products were found covering Serbia.
Next, select filters, series, and products from the sections below the map.

Following the secession of several of the former Yugoslav federal states, Yugoslavia was reconstituted in 1992 as a federation of the two republics of Serbia and Montenegro. The official topographic mapping agency remains the Military Geographical Institute (Savezna Geodetska Uprava - SGU), Belgrade, which was founded in 1944, but whose origins go back to 1876, when a Geographical Section was established within the Serbian Army. By the 1920s an extensive program of triangulation and levelling was in progress and topographic map series at scales of 1:50,000 and 1:100,000 were in production. This 'Parisian' mapping (because it used the Paris meridian) remained of service until well after World War II. However, soon after the establishment of the new Institute in 1944, an entirely new program of topographic mapping began, using photogrammetric techniques and a new survey control network. The basic scale mapping for the whole of postwar Yugoslavia was 1:25,000, and the complete series of 3,029 sheets was issued between 1959 and 1968. There were subsequent revisions. Derived series were published at scales of 1:50,000, 1:100,000 and 1:200,000. A 1:500,000 scale series was linked to aeronautical charts and other thematic mapping, and three 1:1,000,000 scale sheets were produced in conformity with the International map of the World specification. The sheet lines of these series are graticule-based and refer to the Greenwich Meridian. The maps are colored, and are gridded, with contours (20 m intervals for the larger scales), roads color classified and woodlands in green. The 1:500,000 series has hypsometric tints for relief. A digital version of the 1:100,000 scale topographic map is in preparation, and in 1996 work began on a national digital base map at 1:5,000 scale. The work is being done by the Institute of Geodesy, in the Civil Engineering Faculty of the University of Belgrade. The military map series still form the basis for topographic maps in several of the newly independent Balkan Republics. Soviet military topographic mapping of Serbia exists at the following scales: 1:1,000,000 (2 sheets, complete coverage, published 1981-1990); 1:500,000 (6 sheets, complete coverage, published 1978-1989); 1:200,000 (27 sheets, complete coverage, published 1976-1989); 1:100,000 (86 sheets, complete coverage, published 1976-1986); 1:50,000 (285 sheets, complete coverage, published 1972-1986) and city (1:10,000) topographic maps of Belgrade, Nis and Novi Sad published between 1975 and 1988. These products are available in print, digital raster and digital vector GIS formats from East View Geospatial.

Serbia

3,838 total products were found covering Serbia.
Next, select filters, series, and products from the sections below the map.

Following the secession of several of the former Yugoslav federal states, Yugoslavia was reconstituted in 1992 as a federation of the two republics of Serbia and Montenegro. The official topographic mapping agency remains the Military Geographical Institute (Savezna Geodetska Uprava - SGU), Belgrade, which was founded in 1944, but whose origins go back to 1876, when a Geographical Section was established within the Serbian Army. By the 1920s an extensive program of triangulation and levelling was in progress and topographic map series at scales of 1:50,000 and 1:100,000 were in production. This 'Parisian' mapping (because it used the Paris meridian) remained of service until well after World War II. However, soon after the establishment of the new Institute in 1944, an entirely new program of topographic mapping began, using photogrammetric techniques and a new survey control network. The basic scale mapping for the whole of postwar Yugoslavia was 1:25,000, and the complete series of 3,029 sheets was issued between 1959 and 1968. There were subsequent revisions. Derived series were published at scales of 1:50,000, 1:100,000 and 1:200,000. A 1:500,000 scale series was linked to aeronautical charts and other thematic mapping, and three 1:1,000,000 scale sheets were produced in conformity with the International map of the World specification. The sheet lines of these series are graticule-based and refer to the Greenwich Meridian. The maps are colored, and are gridded, with contours (20 m intervals for the larger scales), roads color classified and woodlands in green. The 1:500,000 series has hypsometric tints for relief. A digital version of the 1:100,000 scale topographic map is in preparation, and in 1996 work began on a national digital base map at 1:5,000 scale. The work is being done by the Institute of Geodesy, in the Civil Engineering Faculty of the University of Belgrade. The military map series still form the basis for topographic maps in several of the newly independent Balkan Republics. Soviet military topographic mapping of Serbia exists at the following scales: 1:1,000,000 (2 sheets, complete coverage, published 1981-1990); 1:500,000 (6 sheets, complete coverage, published 1978-1989); 1:200,000 (27 sheets, complete coverage, published 1976-1989); 1:100,000 (86 sheets, complete coverage, published 1976-1986); 1:50,000 (285 sheets, complete coverage, published 1972-1986) and city (1:10,000) topographic maps of Belgrade, Nis and Novi Sad published between 1975 and 1988. These products are available in print, digital raster and digital vector GIS formats from East View Geospatial.

Serbia

Index:
Name:
Scale / Resolution:
Year Published:

 View Sheet/Unit Information for Serbia

Questions? Need help?

 Contact Us

Country: Serbia

Loading...

Type







Format 



Scale 








Published Date 






Source 




Publisher