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The largest known late medieval world map was the "Ebstorf Mappa Mundi". This map named for the Benedictine monastery in Ebstorf Germany where it was found in 1830. The map was most likely produced in the middle of the thirteenth century. Unfortunately the map was completely destroyed during the Second World War.

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Vintage Infodesign [11

Vintage Infodesign [20] - Visualoop

Hans Sebald Beham: Aerial view of the city of Vienna at the time of the First Turkish Siege in 1529, colored woodblock print, 1530

The Antiquarium - Antique Print & Map Gallery - John Strype - London Copperplate engraving

Vintage Map Marouflage by zebo ludvicek, via Behance

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"Sham Paris": An Entire City’s Stunt Double

False Paris Outside Paris—a ‘City’ Created to be Bombed. 1920

Hamburg city map - illustrated

Gough Map first known full map of Britain 1350 AD.