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Ottoman map of Africa (1803)
Cairo, Egypt in the 16th century - by Ottoman cartographer Piri Reis
What do the US, Somalia, Swiss, and Turkey have in common? Anthem of the world by subject.
Atlas catalan de 1375 - Eastern Mediterranean, Western Asia and Northeastern Africa
1375 Map of Europe, North Africa and the Levant in Abraham Cresques’s Catalan Atlas.
Ottoman Map of Madagascar (1803)
Expansion of Italian Libya -- Dark green: territories ceded by the Ottoman Empire in 1912 ; light green: territories ceded by France and Britain in 1919 and 1926 ; red: territories ceded by France and Britain in 1934-35
An Ottoman map of the Ottoman Empire (including Morocco) Early 19th Century
Ottoman and Habsburg possessions in Europe, North Africa and Middle East 1538
Ottoman Map of Africa 1803
Possessions of Ottoman and Habsburg Empires in Europe, Middle East and North Africa until 1575
Medieval commerce map of Europe, North Africa and Anatolia
GDP of Turkey vs. GDP of sum of 37 African countries, 2017, World Bank
Map of Egypt in the Ottoman Era drawn by the great sailor Piri Reis in 1525
Morocco, Ottoman Empire, Qajars Empire, Mughal Empire in 1798.
Map of Great Manmade River project in Libya - Found on back of Dinar currency
Catalan Atlas, 1375 (Iberian Peninsula and NW Africa). Shortly after the death of Ibn Battuta. Mansa Musa is shown sitting on a throne with gold accessories.
Geologically Turkey is the only country in the world residing on four diffferent tectonic plates at the same time: Eurasian, Anatolian, Arabian and the African.
Turkish Empire in Europe, Asia and Africa (1752)
The Turkish Empire in Europe, Asia and Africa, dividid into all its governments, together with the other territories that are tributary to it, as also the dominions of ye Emperor of Marocco (8341706265)
1843 Malte Brun Map of the Biblical Lands of the Hebrews (Egypt, Arabia, Israel, Turkey) - Geographicus - Hebreux-maltebrun-1837
1829 Lapie Map of the Eastern Mediterranean, Morocco, and the Barbary Coast - Geographicus - Barbarie-lapie-1829
Maps of Anatolia, of Egypt, and of Carthage by Abraham Ortelius
The Turkish Empire in Europe, Asia and Africa, divided into all its governments, together with the other territories that are tributary to it, as also the dominions of ye Emperor of Marocco. NYPL1630454
Black Sea. Herman Moll. The Turkish Empire in Europe, Asia and Africa. 1752 (cropped)
Egypt. Herman Moll. The Turkish Empire in Europe, Asia and Africa. 1752 (cropped)
Herman Moll. The Turkish Empire in Europe, Asia and Africa. 1752
Italy. Herman Moll. The Turkish Empire in Europe, Asia and Africa. 1752 (cropped)
Jerusalem. Herman Moll. The Turkish Empire in Europe, Asia and Africa. 1752 (cropped)
West Africa Catalan Atlas
Middle East. Herman Moll. The Turkish Empire in Europe, Asia and Africa. 1752 (cropped)
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