There is more to a map than orienteering!

At the start of the competition we always expect the map to be compliant to international standards. But still we need to relate this information to real world which can be described in many ways. In this stage we’ll present you with orienteering map and a set of map fragments cut from different types of maps an map-like data sources with marked control points. As an answer you’ll need to correlate map fragments and main map and for each fragment write down, if it’s the same place as in the main map.

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