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Taunus-Rhein-Main - Regionalgeschichtliche Sammlung Dr. Stefan Naas Karten des RHEIN-MAIN-GEBIETES [1728]

Wetterau, Nova exactissima tabula Wetteraviam cum regionibus circumjacentibus exhibens, 1727

Wetterau, Nova exactissima tabula Wetteraviam cum regionibus circumjacentibus exhibens, 1727 ( CC BY-NC-SA)
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Karte von Peter Fehr gestochen. Wetterau, Nova exactissima tabula Wetteraviam cum regionibus circumjacentibus exhibens, 1727. Sie zeigt die Gegend zwischen Miltenberg, Mainz, Marburg und Fulda. Die Karte wurde in 32 Segmenten auf Leinwand gezogen.

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Papier auf Leinwand

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BxH 74 x 71,5 cm

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Frankfurt
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Wetterau
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Marburg
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Fulda
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Um die Geschichte des Rhein-Main-Gebietes, insbesondere die der Stadt Steinbach am Taunus und ihrer Nachbarkommunen zu dokumentieren und zu erhalten, ...

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