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1802 Russian Imperial map of the Northern Pacific. The cartographer, Alexander Wilbrecht, refrained from inferring about the unexplored interior of Alaska.
1900 Russian map of the Grand Duchy of Finland
Serio-comic war map for the year 1877. Russia - a vicious-looking Octopus - its eight lengthy tentacles extending into Northern and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia
"Russian Empire 1897" by AspireMapper
1878 Ethnographic map of Russia in Europe
Alaska 1867, showing the territory ceded by Russia to the United States
1860 Mitchell Map of North America : showing Russian America, Danish America, British America, United States, Central America and West Indies
Serio-comic map of Europe (based on the 1899 map by Fred W. Rose) incorporating Russia & the United States for the year 2016 / by Andy Davey
Population density of Russian Empire (European side) 1893
Forest Cover Map of European Russia from the late 19th century
Russian Map of the Caucasus Viceroyalty (Krai). 1868
Russia in Europe, 1850
An anti-Russia satirical map produced by a Japanese student in 1877 during the Russo-Japanese War
Russian America in 1860
1860 map of Russian America (Alaska)
Europe on the eve of Napoleon's Russian campaign, 1812
Russia in Asia and Tartary, 1850
Russian Empire at its territorial peak (1866)
Zenith of Russian Empire, 1830
Russian Empire under Alexander II in 1867
1897 map of the largest ethnolinguistic group of the Russian Empire by subdivision
Napoleonic Europe - 1812 - Invasion of Russia
Russian Language in the Russian Empire 1897
Jewish population in the Russian empire, 1897
Map of Napoleon’s French Invasion of Russia (1812). The map shows the direction, location, and size of the troops on their way to and from Moscow, as well as temperature. Very interesting video explanation of the map here— https://youtu.be/3T7jMcstxY0
Map showing population of European countries (also population of imperial provinces like Ireland, Bohemia, Russian Poland etc...) in 1848
Ukrainian percentage in the Russian Empire in 1897 .
Bering Strait - Russian Map from 1802
1868 Russian Siberia - in Russian
Jewish language percentage in Russia in 1897 .
East Slavic Languages ( Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, Rusyn) in the Russian Empire 1897
Ethnic Map of the Caucuses according to the 1897 Russian empire census
Map of the Moscow Kremlin (circa 1882)
Napoleon's Disastrous Russian Campaign of 1812-1813 (By Charles Minard, 1861)
Ethnographic map of European Russia based on language, 1875. Legend in comments.
Russian claims in North America during the 19th Century
Areas with ethnic Armenian prularity, (Russian Empire) - 1880
Turkic languages in the Russian Empire (1897)
Map of the Central States of Europe Situate between France and Russia, 1816
The number of prostitutes in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg, 1897
Russian aquisitions in Central Asia (1897 map)
Russian Caucasus, 1870: Administrative Map
The Armenian population in the Ottoman and Russian empire in 1896
The Russian Empire in 1820 -
German people migration routes and areas of settlements in Russia through 18th and 19th century
Russia ethnic
Ethnic Russian percentage of the total population in Ukraine in 1897-1900 .
1860-russian-america
Ethnic groups in the Russian counties of the Caucasus 1897
Perspective view of European and Asiatic Turkey, Russia, Austria and Persia (1877)
Russia Caucusus 1882
Map of Kolguyev Island, Russia (1895)
British, Russian, & Danish North America (+ Iceland) in 1855
Greek language percentage in the Russian Empire in 1897 .
Military map of Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1899 showing location of troops through empire and neighboring border areas (Germany, Russia, Italy)
Russian map Armenia Turkey religion 1895
Northern America: British, Russian & Danish (1857)
Administrative map of the Russian Caucasus (1859)
GOVERNORATE of ARKHANGELSK by cartographer O. Pulkova created in 1899 and published in the Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary of Russia. This was the largest governorate of the European part of Russia before it lost large portions of its territories during the October Revolution of 1917
Muslim Georgian (Mostly), Exile and Migration to Northern Anatolia (Showed as provinces) After 1828-1879 & 1877-1878 Ottoman-Russian Wars. Note: The map has not any political purposes
Colton, G.W. Turkey In Asia And The Caucasian Provinces Of Russia. 1856 (A)
Russian Map of Finland, 1860
“ETHNOGRAPHIC MAP OF THE RUSSIAN POPULATION IN THE KINGDOM OF GALICIA" / 1878 Borders of Kingdom of Galicia & Lodomeria by Yakov Fedorovich Golovatsky
Population density and urbanization of Imperial Russia 1860/1912
Percentage of urban population by governorate-level divisions of the Russian Empire according to 1897 Census .
Saint Petersburg, Russia 1849
Russian Map of Kuril Islands and Hokkaido from the 19th century
ZAM 1853 Khotev Atlas blue
Russian Bessarabia, 1883
1820 Курляндская Губерния
Governorate of Estonia 1820
Belarus 1882
Caricature map showing the political situation in Europe in 1877. Russia, depicted as an octopus reaching to many countries, battles with the Turkish Empire, depicted as a turbaned figure protecting his prized gold watch, Constantinople
The most-spoken language for various parts of the Russian Empire from the 1897 census .
Карта Витебской Губернии (1820)
Map of the Khanates of Bukhara, Khiva, and Khokand and Part of Russian Turkistan
Kiev Governorate 1821
Fire of moscow 1812 1000px
Bashkir language in the Russian Empire (1897)
Карта Московской Губернии
Jewish languages in the Russian Empire (1897)
The Avenger: An Allegorical War Map for 1877
Subdivisions of the Russian Empire by largest ethnolinguistic group (1897)
Ethnic population of the Caucasus according to the Russian census of 1897
Карта Вятской Губернии (1822)
Карта Тамбовской Губернии
Map of Moscow 1836
Georgian governorate 1823
Uralic languages in the Russian Empire (1897)
Map showing overland Pacific Telegraph from San Francisco to Moscow, submitted to the Committee on Commerce with a petit - NARA - 306678
Map irk gub 1808
Карта Енисейской Губернии
Cherkasy plan 1826
Map of Yakut oblast
Letts, Son & Co. Russia 9. 1883 (O)
Colton, G.W. Turkey In Asia And The Caucasian Provinces Of Russia. 1856 (BB)
Map of khitrov market in moscow 1853
1601 Map of Nova Zembla (Novaya Zemlya) and the Northeast Passage - Geographicus - NovaZembla-debry-1601
Shkolnaya Street on 1853 map
Wiki map of first rail terminal in Moscow Russia
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