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Mapa de Toledo en España, desde Civitates Orbis Terrarum de Georg Braun y Francisco Hogenberg de 1596

Mapa de Toledo en España, desde Civitates Orbis Terrarum de Georg Braun y Francisco Hogenberg de 1596

Earliest undisputed map of the New World by Juan de la Cosa.

Earliest undisputed map of the New World by Juan de la Cosa.

GERMANY. PENIG BY  BRAUN & HOGENBERG 1618

GERMANY. PENIG BY BRAUN & HOGENBERG 1618

The Catalan Atlas, 1375. Eastern Europe

The Catalan Atlas, 1375. Eastern Europe

Map of Constantinople (1422) by Florentine cartographer Cristoforo Buondelmonte

Map of Constantinople (1422) by Florentine cartographer Cristoforo Buondelmonte

Île de la Cité (1550), Paris IV. 4th Arrondissement in southeastern part of the island is separated from the 1st arrondissement by the Boulevard du Palais.

Île de la Cité (1550), Paris IV. 4th Arrondissement in southeastern part of the island is separated from the 1st arrondissement by the Boulevard du Palais.

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Utopia:  Beschrijving van het ideale samenlevingsmodel: zonder standenmaatschappij, alleen gemeenschappelijk bezit, verdraagzaam t.o.v. Andersdenkenden  “Utopie”: droombeeld “Nergensland”

Utopia: Beschrijving van het ideale samenlevingsmodel: zonder standenmaatschappij, alleen gemeenschappelijk bezit, verdraagzaam t.o.v. Andersdenkenden “Utopie”: droombeeld “Nergensland”

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 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.

Utrecht; Lodovico Guicciardini - Trajectum - 1613

Utrecht; Lodovico Guicciardini - Trajectum - 1613

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