I agree that it is not an MI-9 escape map, but rather a souvenir item from an earlier period, judging by the countries' names.
In WWII MI-9 had a problem keeping the ink from running when it printed on the silk. The solution was pectin as used with fruit preserving. They were able to print very detailed maps, some black and white and some in colour.
About 1987 I used one when travelling in West Germany. I lost it on a train. I chuckle when I think that an old cleaning lady might have found it and said to herself : "Ach du lieber, I must report zis to the Gestapo!"
I have several original MI-9 silk escape maps in my colleciton and interestingly I have one of Italy that was issued to my step-Grandmother Major Nora Ely RCAMC in 1943.