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File:Map of the Auckland urban area, 2009, cropped.jpg

English: A map of the Auckland region with the Auckland urban area highlighted in red. The existing region and district boundaries are shown with grey lines; these are no longer current. North is at the top.
The coastline shown around Puketutu Island, east of Mangere, is inaccurate. It shows all the area between the island and the mainland (formerly occupied by sewage treatment ponds) as land.
Date 2011-03-09 00:39 (UTC)
  • derivative work: Avenue ( talk)

Applications-graphics.svg This is a retouched picture, which means that it has been digitally altered from its original version. Modifications: Cropped, scale moved, "Kilometres" shortened to "km". The original can be viewed here: Map_of_the_Auckland_urban_area,_2009.jpg. Modifications made by Avenue.

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