Map - Austro-Hungarian Empire - circa 1910

Map of the Austro-Hungarian Empire – circa 1910

3rd Military Mapping Survey of Austria-Hungary. Index sheet of the general map of Central Europe (1:200,000). The original sheets were published about 1910. 267 sheets available. Include Galicia and Bukowina.

Note: Although provincial borders are not indicated on the finding map, Galicia seems to be within the coordinates 37 – 44 (Longitude Ferro) along the top and 50 – 48 (latitude) along the right side. Look for Krakko, Tarnow, Przemysl, Lvov, Ivano-Frankivszk, Kolomija, and a few others. After a small map appears, click on it and drag for excellent visibility.

Warning: These maps are each over 4MB in size, so downloads can take a long time.

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