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

The ancient country with its Latin name deriving from Germania is located in the west central Europe. Vintage historical maps of Germany collected here show the country stretching from the Alps throughout the North European Plain and borders the North Sea and the Baltic Sea and comparatively larger than today. Nowadays it covers an approximate area of 357,000 square kilometers comprising of three topographical sections- Central German Uplands, Southern German Highlands and North German Plain. Germany shares its territorial border with many as nine countries namely Denmark, Czech Republic, Poland, Switzerland, Austria, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and Netherlands. After Germany’s defeat in the First World War the German Revolution broke out in 1918-1919 and the country lost many of its unified territories coded in the Treaty of Versailles. After suffering another defeat in the World War II Germany lost some additional territories and for almost half a century the country was divided into East Germany and West Germany. Get here a wide selection of historical maps of Germany, witnessing its story through the late 19th and early 20th Centuries.

Bad Ems town plan. Environs of Bad Ems, 1927
5.88 x 3.81 inch, 150 x 97 mm
Bad Godesberg town plan, 1927
3.81 x 3.6 inch, 97 x 92 mm
Bad Schandau town plan, 1911
3.55 x 2.95 inch, 91 x 75 mm
Baden (Baden-Baden) city map, 1905
4.11 x 6.04 inch, 105 x 154 mm
Baden (Baden-Baden) city map, 1906
4.06 x 6.09 inch, 104 x 155 mm
Baden (Baden-Baden) city map, 1909
4.11 x 6.13 inch, 105 x 156 mm
Baden-Baden town plan, 1927
9.53 x 11.65 inch, 243 x 296 mm
Badenweiler environs map, 1905
4.21 x 6.18 inch, 107 x 157 mm
Badenweiler environs map, 1909
4.08 x 6.02 inch, 104 x 153 mm
Badenweiler town plan, 1909
3.57 x 3.13 inch, 91 x 80 mm
Bamberg city map, 1906
5.98 x 4.01 inch, 152 x 102 mm
Bamberg city map, 1909
6.11 x 4.11 inch, 156 x 105 mm
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