Saint Paul Vector Map

Dark Blue

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Shows major geographical features such as coastline, water bodies, railroads, highways, buildings, etc. The content is a perfect data source for a large scale map. The layers consist of feature groups (e.g., Buildings -> Accommodation, Commercial, etc.) that makes customization much easier.

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You receive fully-editable and feature layered map in the following formats.

Map data: © OpenStreetMap contributors.
Note, the above mentioned data sources require attribution, see license options for more details.
Style Dark Blue
Formats
AI (CS4), PDF (v1.5), PNG
PNG
Print
Dimensions
80.9 x 60.7 cm (31.9″ x 23.9″)
4779 x 3588 px
80.9 x 60.7 cm (31.9″ x 23.9″)
Scale

1:20.000

Coordinates 44° 56' 22'' N | 93° 6' 22'' W
Projection

Transverse Mercator (NAD83 / UTM zone 15N)

Layers

Administrative Boundaries, Aeroways, Area Features, Background, Buildings, Landuse/Natural Areas, Line Features, Railroads, Roads, Roads\Railroads Tunnels, Water Areas, Water Lines

None

Administrative Boundaries, Aeroways, Area Features, Background, Buildings, Landuse/Natural Areas, Line Features, Railroads, Roads, Roads\Railroads Tunnels, Water Areas, Water Lines

Fonts Arial
Data Sources OpenStreetMap
Package Size
19.98 MB
2.68 MB
N/A
Date Created

2024-04-30

Places
Cities:
Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Lilydale, Maplewood, Mendota, Mendota Heights, Minneapolis, Newport, Roseville, Saint Paul, South Saint Paul, West St. Paul...
Towns:
South Saint Paul, West Saint Paul
Villages:
Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Lilydale, Mendota
Neighbourhoods:
Battle Creek, Beaver Lake, Como Park, Conway, Cooper, Dayton's Bluff, Desnoyer Park, Downtown, Eastview, Frogtown, Greater East Side, Hiawatha, Highland, Highland Village, Highwood, Highwood Hills, Howe, Iris Park, Lexington - Hamline, Macalester - Groveland, Merriam Park, Minnehaha, Morris Park, North End, North Saint Anthony Park, Northome, Payne - Phalen, Pig's Eye, Prospect Park - East River Road, Rondo, Saint Anthony Park, Shadow Falls, Snelling - Hamline, Snelling West, South Saint Anthony Park, Southeast, Summit - University, Summit Hill, Union Park, Vista Hills, West Seventh - Fort Road, West Side
Suburbs:
Como Park, Dayton's Bluff, Downtown, Frogtown, Greater East Side, Hamline - Midway, Highland, Macalester - Groveland, North End, Payne - Phalen, Saint Anthony Park, Southeast, Summit - University, Summit Hill, Union Park, West Seventh - Fort Road, West Side
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UsageStandardExtendedUnlimited
invitations, advertising and promotional projects, including printed materials, product packaging, presentations, film and video presentations, commercials, catalogs, brochures, promotional greeting cards and promotional postcards (ie. not for resale or license) up to an unlimited number of prints
non-commercial, educational or research projects
social media post or profile image
decorative background on a personal computer or mobile device
online or electronic publications, including web pages, blogs, ebooks and videos, limited to a
maximum of 48,000,000 total pixels (for example: 6000px x 8000px) per media file where un-edited
invitations, advertising and promotional projects, including printed materials, product packaging, presentations, catalogs, brochures, promotional greeting cards and postcards up to an unlimited number of prints
entertainment applications, such as books and book covers, magazines, newspapers, editorials, newsletters, and video, broadcast and theatrical presentations up to an unlimited number of prints
prints, posters (i.e. a hardcopy) and other reproductions for personal or promotional purposes, resale, license or other distribution up to an unlimited number of prints
design elements (Props & Scenery) in television broadcasts, short film & full-length film productions
design templates for resale (software, applications & web distribution)
design elements on software applications for resale (smartphones, tablets, desktop operating systems)
in themes, skins and other electronic software meant for resale with unlimited amount of pixels per media file where un-edited