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Original-Karte einer im Herbst 1862 von Heinrich Barth ausgeführten Reise durch die europäische Türkei : von Rustchuk über Filibe, Rilo und Monastir (Bitolia) nach Saloniki / in grösserem Maßstabe eingetragen vom Verfasser [Heinrich Barth], reducirt u. ergänzt von H. Kiepert. Stich v. J. Sulzer. (westliches Blatt)
- Barth, Heinrich, 1821-1865
- Berlin Dietrich Reimer Verlag, 1864.
Relief shown by hachures. Longitude is given in Greenwich and Paris meridians. Graph scales : 10 deutsche Meilen 15 = 1 grad ; English statute Mile 69.1 = 1 grad ; 1 kilometer = 5.10 cm Red lines indicate the routes traveled by Heinrich Barth. Includes a glossary of Turkish terms. Tafel I, II. Original map is filed in the Map/Geospatial Center, a map reproduction is attached to companion volume.
- Barth, Heinrich, 1821-1865—Travel—Maps, Greece—Description and travel, Balkan Peninsula—Description and Travel, Turkey—Description and travel—Maps, Turkey—History—Ottoman Empire, 1288-1918, and Thematic maps
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