Sheba Distribution SRL, a Garmin representative in Romania, has the pleasure to announce the availability of the new edition of the Digital Atlas of Romania v5.10, RO.A.D.2013.10.
Continuing in the well known tradition for the Romanian Garmin customers, the Digital Atlas of Romania holds on to the number one place in the GPS road navigation map charts by bringing an extra 22.4 thousand km of roads up to a grand total of 289.750,79 km, having increased coverage added in the counties Alba, Bistriţa-Năsăud, Neamţ, Iaşi, Teleorman, Galaţi and Botoşani and the number of POIs raises in this edition to a staggering 332.233 points divided into 455 categories.
ROAD2013.10 is the only navigation map in the world that combines topographic details with a routable road network – including dirt roads and trails – with postal addresses of unequaled precision, towns with extruded 3D blocks of flats and detailed 3D textured models for both old patrimony buildings and new skyscrapers, true landmarks of today’s urban space. Map updates are constant and consistent from one edition to another and are documented in the Map Diaries, where all the contributions and their respective authors are mentioned together with the names of the cities and the map tiles that have changed.
Compared with common maps on the market, the Digital Atlas of Romania has an unequaled level of actuality, in this edition one being able to find the newest A1 motorway between Giarmata and Izvin, the A1 motorway between Deva and Simeria, the new Ploieşti ring and ruttier bypass from Metro, the Ocolitoarea Mică ring of Săcele, the Colentina-Pantelimon Passage from Bucureşti, the Independenţei Passage from Braşov, the expressway to Dacia Renault factory in Mioveni and the ring of Iaşi, as well as essential postal addressing updates in Bucureşti, Constanţa and Urziceni.
The access to the commercial centres Cora Alexandriei, Kaufland Mihai Bravu and Auchan Constructorilor from Bucureşti, Cora and Dedeman (logistic centre) from Bacău, Dedeman stores from Slatina, Râmnicu Vâlcea and Craiova, Real 1 and 2 grocery stores, the stores Praktiker, City Park Mall and Lidl from Constanţa, Cora, Carrefour, Bricostore and Dedeman from Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Kaufland Râmnicu Vâlcea, Kaufland and Dedeman from Piatra-Neamţ, Kaufland from Reghin, Real grocery store, Praktiker, Dedeman and Kaufland 1 and 2 stores from Baia Mare, Kaufland from Târgu Mureş and Caransebeş, Lidl and Dedeman from Braşov and Dedeman from Bistriţa has been detailed, plus new oneway streets and 105 (onehundredandfive) new roundabouts that have been implemented in the last four months.
The 3D model gallery has been enriched with the detailed representation of the fortified evangelic churches of Prejmer and Câlnic, monuments in the UNESCO list for Romania. In the Danube Delta.the access has been updated on some chanels and toponames and points of interest have been added.
History aficionados will discover in this edition in premiere the detailed elements of the fortified e-neolithic settlements of Precucuteni II Culture from Poduri – Dealul Ghindaru, Cernavoda I Culture from Râmnicelu-Movila Popici, Vinca Culture from Miercurea Sibiului – Petriş, Cucuteni Culture from Scânteia – Dealul Bodeştilor, of the fortified bronze age settlements of Costişa-Monteoru culture from Poduri – Dealul Ghindaru, from Potău – La Ciuncaş, from Mândrişca (nowadays Valea Seacă) – Dealul Titelca, of the iron age strongholds from Preuţeşti – Cetate, Beidaud, Brăhăşeşti, Tilişca – Căţânaş, Neudorf – Pârâul Roşia, Braşov – Păticel, Someşu Rece – Cetatea and Şeica Mică – Cetatea, of the Dacian Davae from Popeşti – Nucet, Brad (Negri), Ardeu – Cetăţuie, Tilişca – Căţânaş, Pocreaca – Şanţuri, Geoagiu – Dealul Turiac, Piatra Craivii, Şeica Mică, of the dacian stronghold and roman castra Piroborodava from Poiana, of the roman fortified settlement Colonia Aurelia Apulensis from Alba Iulia-Partoş, of the earthen roman castra of Cătunele – Chivadarul, of the roman earthen legionary castrae (and their thermae) Agnaviae from Zăvoi and Bersobis from Berzovia, of the roman stone legionary castra, thermal complex and amphitheater Micia from Veţel, of the roman auxiliary stone castrae Samum from Căşeiu-Cetăţele, Castra Traiana from Sânbotin, of the auxiliary castrae from Sărăţeni, Călugăreni, Brâncoveneşti, Gherla and Sânpaul, of the roman castellum Pons Augusti from Voislova, of the brick castra and earthen castellum from Săpata, of the roman stone castellum from Comalău (nowadays Reci) and the burgus from Uriu, of the amphitheater, basilica, roman customs house, tabernae and many other more roman constructions from Moigrad-Porolissum, of the auxiliary roman castra and the thermae from Pietroasele, of the roman byzantine fortresses Vicina from Păcuiul lui Soare, Gratiana from Dunavăţu de Jos – Cetatea Zaporojenilor, Sacidava from Alimanu – Dealul Muzait, and from Enisala – Peşteră and of the late roman fortress Salsovia from Mahmudia, of the medieval fortresses from Deva (bothe the old one and the new, Vauban type, destroyed), from Tilişca – Dealul Cetăţii, the Zinne/Brassovia fortress from Braşov–Tâmpa – Burg/Cetate, of the Salgo fortress from Orlat-La Zid and of the earthen medieval stronghold from Orlat-Cetatea Scurtă, of the stone medieval fortresses from Carasova – Grad, from Ariuşd – Cetatea Csokas, of the medieval fortress (all three phases) from Şlon – La Ciugă, of the earthen fortification from Roşia Montană – Dealul Islaz, of the medieval fortresses from Bădeni, Piatra Craivii and Suseni – Cetatea Colţ, of the circular medieval tower from Crivadia, of the fortresses (romanian and turkish) from Giurgiu-Insulă, of the medieval bastionary brick fortresses (russian and turkish) from Giurgiu, of the tabiae and turkish fortified settlement Cuzgun from Ion Corvin, of the early medieval earthen vallums from Eastern Transylvania, as well as of the fortified evangelic churches from Câlnic and Prejmer.
Featuring an original concept, with quarterly updates, the result of nine years of continuous development of the experts and contributors of the Digital Romania Project team, the Digital Atlas of Romania is the choice of professionals in all fields and the preferred navigation tool for all nature goers.
This edition has 503 MB in size and runs exclusively on Garmin navigation equipment, an updated list of compatibility being available at the below link:
The use of ROAD2013.10 map can create addiction to quality, value, functionality and beauty!