Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich – Transverse Mercator Up

This is from my 2018 calender either the April or the October page.

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich - Transverse Mercator Up
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich – Transverse Mercator Up

See the interactive version here.

 

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