|Product Name||Phila. City Slicker|
|Category||Book / Magazine / Publication|
|Short Description||1 Ea|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ 0875301924|
|Long Description||The Philadelphia Center City Slicker shows Philadelphia's streets and metro roads, colleges and universities, fire and police stations, hospitals, cemeteries, libraries, parks and recreation, places of worship, post offices, points of interest and much more. Out of towners can travel with confidence when using Slicker maps. Easy to handle and easy to read, Slickers fold and unfold in a flash. Slickers are laminated which makes them markable and very durable, withstanding everyday usage during any travel itinerary you plan.|
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