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Manuscript map of the course of the Danube between Regensburg and Komarn (Komárom/Komárno)
In the centre of the map is Austria with the adjacent provinces and countries, like Bavaria, Bohemia, Moravia, Hungary and Carinthia. The course of the Danube is indicated with its tributaries and the most important adjacent cities. The manuscript was published shortly after the regulation of the river Danube, around 1870.
Brown ink with colours on paper.
Cartographer: J. Abraham Oudemans, 19th century, The Netherlands
Size: 28 cm x 33 cm
Reference regarding the cartographer: “Dictionary of Mapmakers”, Page 482: I Abr. Oudemans. Dutch geographer and explorer, 19th century.