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Vintage infographic map Plan of Moscow (1789) | Ivan Marchenkov

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Map of America. 16th-century

Accurately depicts the Caribbean and the Pacific off the coasts of Central America.

Leningrad (Saint Petersburg), city map, 1927

Leningrad (Saint Petersburg), city map, 1927 (along with Rome, a place that…

Wikipedia contributors, 'Beyoğlu', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 25 May 2014, 19:09 UTC,  [accessed 2 June 2014] | #istanbul

Map of Constantinople (modern Istanbul), by Florentine cartographer Cristoforo Buondelmonti. The oldest surviving map of the city, and the only surviving map which predates the Turkish conquest of Constantinople in

pinned from Mathew Lawrence: Nova Europae (1638)

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(Title unset) - Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps Inc.

Ancient Rome, Antiquae Urbis Romae, S.P.Q.R. - antique map close up https://www.battlemaps.us/

Ancient Rome, Antiquae Urbis Romae, S. - antique map close up…

Old map of Besancon | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Old Map of Besançon, the capital and principal city of the Franche-Comté region in eastern France, exposed in Museum of Time

1928 North West Africa Vintage Map

1928 Africa Vintage Map North West Sahara Desert Home Decor Wall Hanging

Ancient Atlantis Map

Legendary cartographer Gerardus Mercator’s detailed 1595 map of the Arctic, the first-ever map drawn centered on the North Pole. Complement with 100 diagrams that changed the world.

Map of the world by Fra Mauro, 1459 Spain, Portugal and Northern Africa. Fra Mauro was a 15th-century Venetian monk. In his youth, Mauro traveled as a merchant and a soldier. Although he was no longer free to travel, due to his religious status, he would consult with merchants of the city upon their return from voyages. By 1450 he composed a great mappamundi with surprising accuracy, including extensive written comments reflecting the geographic knowledge of his time.

Map Spain Portugal, Northen Africa by Mapamundi de Fra Mauro 1459

Better than the VC

The Victoria Cross, or VC, is the highest award a Commonwealth soldier can receive, but this 1918 British poster suggests that some things are more important.