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  • Specificaties
    Formaat

    24,5 x 32 cm

    Aantal pagina's

    384

    Auteurs

    Bijzonderheden

    In collaboration with Nationaal Archief

    Illustraties

    Circa 300 images in colour

    ISBN

    9789462584822

    Jaar

    2022

    Taal

    English

    Uitvoering

    Bound

  • Maps: we can’t stop looking at them. They are often visual works of art, and they always reflect the spirit of the times. Maps tell stories and show how areas have changed. The Great Dutch Book of Maps shows the most beautiful and iconic maps from the collection of the National Archives. With at least 300,000 maps and drawings, the National Archives are a true treasure trove for historical research.

    In addition to beautiful visual map material, this book also delves into the stories behind the maps. Different types of maps and many known and unknown mapmakers are featured in this book. Guest authors explore the themes of water, land, jurisdiction, military, navigation, and overseas exploration. The Great Dutch Book of Maps also gives an overview of all the map archives in the collection and is therefore a useful tool for those who want to do research or make use of this rich collection.


Specificaties
Formaat

24,5 x 32 cm

Aantal pagina's

384

Auteurs

Bijzonderheden

In collaboration with Nationaal Archief

Illustraties

Circa 300 images in colour

ISBN

9789462584822

Jaar

2022

Taal

English

Uitvoering

Bound


In het kort

Maps: we can’t stop looking at them. They are often visual works of art, and they always reflect the spirit of the times. Maps tell stories and show how areas have changed. The Great Dutch Book of Maps shows the most beautiful and iconic maps from the collection of the National Archives. With at least 300,000 maps and drawings, the National Archives are a true treasure trove for historical research.