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Kraków/Cracow in 17th century
Territorial Changes of Poland from 1635-2009
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth: 1618 vs. 2013
The estates of the most powerful feudal lords of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth at the turn of the 17th century
Map of present-day Poland in 967, 1239, 1411, 1635, 1815 and 1921.
1647 Map of the Moon from Polish astronomer Johannes Hevelius
Population density per voivodeships in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth in 1650
Map of Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth in 1619. Country is divided into: voivodeships, lands and powiats.
Polish plan of Moscow, 1610
The Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth territories after Truce of Andrusovo in 1667.
Map of Europe Showing Poland and Lithuania, 1561-1629
The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth of 1635
Regions of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in 16th and 17th century
South Eastern Europe during Ottoman wars with Habsburgs, Venice and Poland 1648-1739
Map of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 1635
1697 Pufendorf View of Krakow (Cracow), Poland - Geographicus - Krakow-pufendorf-1655
A new map of present Poland, Hungary, Walachia, Moldavia, Little Tartary, shewing their principal divisions, chief cities, towns, rivers, etc NYPL1630718
Map of Poland and Lithuania by Abraham Ortelius
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