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Growth of Russia, 1613 - 1914
Russian expansion into Siberia (16th and 17th century)
Moscow, 1695 -
The expansion of the territory of Russia from 1613 to 1914.
Polish plan of Moscow, 1610
1630 Map of Eastern Europe and Russia, by the Dutch Map Maker Willem Janszoon Blaeu.
1645 map of Moscow, Russia and surrounding regions. By the Dutch cartographers Willem and Joan Blaeu.
1772 Vaugondy and Diderot Map of the Pacific Northwest and the Northwest Passage
17th century map of Vladimir, Russia
1601 Map of Nova Zembla (Novaya Zemlya) and the Northeast Passage - Geographicus - NovaZembla-debry-1601
Economic Development of Russia in the 17th Century
Karta iuzhnoi Rossii Mengdena I Briusa 1699. Str.26 (A map of Southern Russia by Mengden and Brius, 1699. P.26) (1699)
Tabula Russia vulgo Moscovia (8342418669)
Map of Russia, or the Empire of the Grand Duke of Moscovia, by Abraham Ortelius
Plan SPb 1700
SPB1700-1849(1854) p026 (1700)
Baku Derbant and Shemakha on Hessel Gerritsz's map of Russia
Plan SPb 1700 expl
Russia. NYPL1632225
A new map of Russia or Moscovie divided into its Kingdoms, Dukedoms, Principalities, Provinces, &c. (8343477194)
Karta Rossii G.Gerritsa 1613g. Str.19-21 (A map of Russia by G.Gerrits, 1613. P.19-21) (1613)
KWIATKOWSKI(1823) p099 Map of the Battle of Smolensk (1634)
Name of present day Russia as of 1649
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