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File:Tshwane 2001 population density map.svg


English: Population density map of the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality (Pretoria), Gauteng, South Africa, from the 2001 Census, at the "Small Area" level.
   <1 inhabitant/km²
   1–3 inhabitants/km²
   3–10 inhabitants/km²
   10–30 inhabitants/km²
   30–100 inhabitants/km²
   100–300 inhabitants/km²
   300–1000 inhabitants/km²
   1000–3000 inhabitants/km²
   >3000 inhabitants/km²
Date 15 February 2010
Source Statistics South Africa's Census 2001 is the source of the basic population data. The map results from my own processing of the data.
Author Htonl


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