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How do you obtain a physical map of the Middle East?

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To obtain a physical map of the Middle East, visit FreeWorldMaps.net, click on Middle East under the Continent/Region section, click on the physical map to get a high-0resolution image, right click on the image, select Save Image As, and save the image anywhere on your computer. Print the image in segments with free software such as Posteriza, with each A4 size paper containing a section of the map. Assemble the different segments, stick them together, or laminate them.

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To print the entire map on a single sheet of paper, a large printer is required. Several print services, such as FedEx Copying and Printing Services allow customers to print large maps. FedEx allows printing of posters or maps with sizes such as 18 by 24 inches, 22 by 28 inches, 24 by 36 inches and 36 by 48 inches. The map can be printed on matte paper, photo-quality paper, canvas media paper or translucent backlit paper. FedEx also allows users to choose between matte or gloss lamination.

The free image organizer and editor Picasa also allows users to print a large map in small sections, using a standard printer that prints A4 size papers. Picasa has a unique feature that makes the printed images overlap each other slightly. This makes it easier to assemble and create maps with greater accuracy.

It is also possible to buy laminated political maps of the Middle East from Amazon.com and Shop.NationalGeographic.com.

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