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

Vintage maps of Russia show stages of modern history of this largest country in the world with an area of approximately 17,075,400 square kilometers comprising territories of Eastern Europe and northern Asia. Order here vintage old map reproduction prints, high resolution old Russia's map pictures for download and GPS-enabled historical travel items for mobile navigation. The territorial expansion of this area dominant country, stretching from the Baltic Sea in the west to the Pacific in the east and Arctic Ocean in the north to Caucasus and Black Sea in the south, began during the late 16th century. Russia is neighbored by countries like Norway, China, Finland, Mongolia, North Korea, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Lithonia, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Poland, Latvia and Estonia. The coastlines extend to the Pacific and Arctic oceans and the region consists of number of great lakes like Baikal, Onega and Ladoga. Mountains are a characteristic feature of the Russian geography especially the western and the southern part. Ural Mountains are the dividing border line between Europe and Asia. Mount Elbrus is the highest peak of Russia and Kamchatka range is known for its volcanic activities


 European Russia Map, 1905
17.33 x 22.25 inch, 441 x 566 mm
 
 European Russia Map, Plate 1: West Finland. 1910
17.11 x 22.39 inch, 435 x 569 mm
 
 European Russia Map, Plate 11: Lower Vogla. 1910
17.19 x 22.34 inch, 437 x 568 mm
 
 European Russia Map, Plate 12: South Urals. 1910
17.19 x 22.36 inch, 437 x 568 mm
 
 European Russia Map, Plate 14: Black Sea. 1910
17.18 x 22.35 inch, 437 x 568 mm
 
 European Russia Map, Plate 15: The Caucasus. 1910
17.18 x 22.33 inch, 437 x 568 mm
 
 European Russia Map, Plate 16: Caspian Sea. 1910
17.14 x 22.29 inch, 436 x 567 mm
 
 European Russia Map, Plate 2: Kola Peninsula. 1910
17.19 x 22.36 inch, 437 x 568 mm
 
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