Atlas Enrique Indonesia
In 1988, on the Barito River, in the middle of Kalimantan, right below the equator, the children of the pit sawyers, installed on their rafts, tried to convince me that Java was located very close to the downstream of the river.
Indeed, Javanese people went up the river with new clothes and never came back from the agitated waters of the upstream, territory of Dayaks. I easily got their attention by explaining that it was necessary to go down the river, to cross a sea, the Javanese sea, to finally find there the field of their ancestors.
The curiosity of the children of Barito has created in me the persistent desire to return with a beautiful atlas.
A small chart of Indonesia, of 15 cm, allowed me to show them the approximate position of their village and Java. They asked me immediately where was France.
Twenty years after, and almost as many years of cartography and collection of geographical data, we now have all the elements necessary to the publication of this atlas, planned for 2010.
Marc Le Moullec,
Enrique Indonesia Editions
The collection Enrique (urban maps, road maps, administrative maps, travel maps, charts, scenes, outing maps, province maps, 3D animation and others atlases) is developed on the initiative of the team of Enrique Indonesia, but also following the needs expressed by our partners and customers. The collection is thus meant for professional but also for private use.
All the activities express requirements in cartography: localization of operation sites, geo-marketing, business trip, travels, etc. The collection has to associate graphic quality, geographical rigour, richness of the contents, on various scales and under various formats (data for geographical Information system, wall map, charts, road atlas, Web map, etc).
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