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Poland: old map prints, fine replica pictures to download or use in the field with GPS

Historical maps of Poland, its regions, cities and towns as they looked like in the 1880s, 1890s, 1900s, 1910s and shortly after the World War I. Most old maps in this section feature modern history of the German and Russian period of the Poland’s past. Get them as reproduction prints, high resolution map pictures for download and navigable GPS-enabled historical travel items for mobile devices. The total area of modern Poland is approximately 312,600 square kilometers thus being the ninth largest country in Europe. It is bordered by Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Kaliningrad Oblast of Russia and Baltic Sea. It was only after the First World War Poland regained its independence. The country can be referred to a stretch of unbroken plain from Baltic Sea in the north to Carpathian Mountains in the south. The central lowlands are believed to have been formed during the Pleistocene ice age by the process of glacial erosion. Apart from the lowlands the region comprises of four hilly moraines district and moraine-dammed lakes. The Masurian lake district in the northeastern part of Poland is the largest of the four. The Baltic Ridge is marked by the lake districts and the south of northern lowlands is characterized by broad ice-age river valleys


Breslau (Wrocław) city map, 1887
9.56 x 8.52 inch, 243 x 217 mm
 
Breslau (Wrocław) city map, 1906
8.22 x 6.13 inch, 209 x 156 mm
 
Breslau (Wrocław) city map, 1911
8.08 x 5.99 inch, 206 x 153 mm
 
Breslau (Wrocław), central part map, 1911
7.98 x 5.97 inch, 203 x 152 mm
 
Breslau (Wrocław), city centre map, 1906
6.58 x 6.06 inch, 168 x 154 mm
 
Bromberg (Bydgoszcz) city map, 1911
5.88 x 4.06 inch, 150 x 104 mm
 
Brzeg (Brieg) town plan, 1911
3.49 x 3.41 inch, 89 x 87 mm
 
Danzig (Gdańsk) and environs map, 1911
10.65 x 8.41 inch, 271 x 214 mm
 
Danzig (Gdańsk) city map, 1887
6.06 x 7.95 inch, 154 x 202 mm
 
Danzig (Gdańsk) city map, 1900
5.8 x 8.77 inch, 148 x 223 mm
 
Danzig (Gdańsk) city map, 1906
6.09 x 8.1 inch, 155 x 206 mm
 
Danzig (Gdańsk) city map, 1911
6.02 x 8.03 inch, 153 x 204 mm
 
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