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RO.A.D.2013.40 Launch

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 v5.40, RO.A.D.2013.40.

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 7.477,94 km of roads up to a grand total of 325.639,85 km, having increased coverage added in the counties Buzău, Sibiu, Alba, Tulcea and Constanţa and the number of POIs raises in this edition to a staggering 345.966 points divided into 489 categories.

ROAD2013.40 is the only GPS 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 detail and actuality, featuring the new Ring of Alexandria, the Underground Passage from Craiova, and the new DJ713B (TransBucegi) link between Cabana Piatra Arsă and Sinaia Cota 1400, plus postal addresses in the following towns: Năvodari (south), the Mamaia area, 2 Mai, 23 August, Vama Veche, Ovidiu, Lazu, Agigea, Valu lui Traian, EFORIE SUD, CUMPĂNA, Tuzla, Limanu, MEŞENDORF, STEJĂRENII, CRIŞ, MĂLÂNCRAV, NOU SĂSESC, ROANDOLA, VALCHID, MERCHEAŞA, JIMBOR, JIBERT, CRIŢ, BUNEŞTI, ROADEŞ, FIŞER, RUPEA, DACIA, VISCRI, BOARTA, ŞOALA, AGÂRBICIU, MOTIŞ, VALEA VIILOR, COPSA MICĂ (the former TÂRNĂVIOARA part), TÂRNAVA, COLONIA TÂRNAVA, IGHIŞU NOU, MEDIAŞ, ALMA VII, MOŞNA, BUZD, MOARDAŞ, RĂVĂŞEL, METIŞ, SADÂNCA, HAŞAG, RUŞI, SLIMNIC, BIERTAN, ŞEICA MARE, MICASASA, ŢAPU, SOROŞTIN, PETIŞ, ŞEICA MICĂ, COPŞA MICĂ, AXENTE SEVER, I. C. Brătianu, Grindu and Garvăn.

Access to the commercial centres Kaufland and Lidl from Giurgiu, Selgros Pantelimon, the Metro, Real Grocery and Obi Titan stores from Bucureşti, Selgros Someşeni from Cluj-Napoca, Jupiter and EuroMall from Piteşti, Real Grocery Store from Şcheia as well as Kaufland and Lidl from Sebeş has been detailed, together with complete details for Cora Alexandriei and Sun City from Bucureşti and Cora City Park and Brătianu from Constanţa, plus many new oneway streets and 28 (twentyeight) new roundabouts that have been implemented in the last three months.

The 3D textured model gallery has been enriched with the detailed representation of the Fortified Evangelic Churches from Bistriţa, Codlea and Hărman, of the reconstitution of the Sukosd-Bethlen Medieval Bastionary Castle from Racoş as well as the White and Black Towers from Braşov.

History aficionados will discover in this edition in premiere the detailed elements of the fortified Neolithic settlement of the Starcevo-Criş Culture from Cristian-Cristian III, fortified Neolithic settlement of the Turdaş Culture from Turdaş-În Luncă, of the recently discovered fortifications? from Giuvărăşti, Islaz, Săgeata, Lanurile, Perişoru, Bălăceanu, Viziru, Căzaşu, Sergent Ionel Ştefan, the remainder of the Chalcolithic ditch of the Gumelniţa Tell settlement from Mavrodin-La Cetate, of the tell? from Vâlcelele, of the previously unknown circular fortification? from Moţăţei, of the bronze age? settlements from Constantin Gabrielescu and Udupu-Valea Zidului, of the fortified iron age Basarabi? Culture settlement from Cristian-Cristian III, of the three Latene fortresses from Ocniţa-Coşota, of the Latene strongholds from Tetoiu-Piscul Şasa/Piscul cu Jidovi, Pietroasa Mică-Gruiu Dării and Târcov-Piatra cu Lilieci, of the fortified Latene settlements from Căuieşti-Cetăţuia, Rapoltu Mare-Măgura Uroiului, Agrişu Mare-Pârâul Valea Mare and Bârca– Cetatea, of the fortified Latene? settlements from Mărculeşti-Valea Grecilor and Crăsanii de Jos-Dealul Copuzu, of the fortification from Cocargeaua (nowadays Borcea)-La Cetăţue, the linear vallum of the Csanadpalota fortification (the romanian side), of the roman? burgus? from Moşniţa-Obiectiv 13, of the roman legion earth castrae from Filipeşti-Cetăţuia/Başa and Dichiseni/Gara Mărculeşti/Mărculeşti Gară – Movila Hotar/La Cetăţuia, of the roman earth castra from Cugir-Bătrâna, of the roman castellae from Drumul Carului-La Cetate/Grădişte, Rucăr-Scărişoara and Măgureni-Culmea Muncelului, of the previously unknown earth roman? castra from Cetate-Şanţul Vechi/Alte Schanz (Dolj county), of the roman? earth castra from Gârcov-Pichetul Plopilor, of the roman? castellum New from Valu lui Traian, of the roman castellum from Poieni and its associated vallum, of the roman fortified settlement from Şibot-În Obrej, of the previously unknown earth roman? castellum? at the north of the roman castra from Petroşani-Jigorul Mare, of the roman? multiple earth castra from Vinerea-Brazdă, of the early medieval earth strongholds Lempesch from Agnita-Dealul Lempeş, Castrum Cuculensi from Cetatea de Baltă and Mălâncrav, of the fortified evangelic churches from Hărman and Codlea, of the Sukosd-Bethlen medieval bastionary castle from Racoş, of the medieval tower from Ciacova-Cula Turcească, of the austrian fort from Moieciu de Jos-La Cetăţuie/Cetatea Carului, of the Arxavia austrian medieval bastionary fortress from Câinenii Mari, of the turkish tabia from Mangalia, of the Duca and Grecescu fortified mansions (Cule) from Măldăreşti, of the russian artillery batteries from Atârnaţi and Gogoşu-Ostrovu Mare and of the two modern earth fortifications, probably turkish, from Cireşu.

Featuring an original concept, with quarterly updates, the result of almost 10 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 538.6 MB in size and runs exclusively on PC and Garmin navigation equipment, an updated list of compatibility being available at the below link:

The use of RO.A.D.2013.40 map can create addiction to quality, value, functionality and beauty!