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Looking for a specific map for touring

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About ten years ago, we bought a map of Germany for a trip.

It had a unique (and helpful) feature in that the name of towns with tourist interest was printed in a rectangle not related, as I recall, to the size of the town, but instead its touristic/cultural interest. As I recall too, the rectangles differed in color, so that (for example) Dinkelsbuhl might have been a small green rectangle while Wurzburg might have been a larger blue rectangle.

I subsequently lost the map, and wish I could locate a replacement. Our local bookstores don't carry such (it's not a Michelin), and even a Rand McNally outlet store in Maine didn't have it.

Does anyone know the publisher of the map described above?

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