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Map of the extent of the Hanseatic League in about 1400 Featured Maps Print

Map of the extent of the Hanseatic League in about 1400

Map of the extent of the Hanseatic League in about 1400. The Hanseatic League was an alliance of about 100 north German towns and trading interests important in northern Europe from the 13th century. At the peak of its influence in the late 14th century the League enjoyed a virtual monopoly of trade in Scandinavia and the Baltic, but its power declined from the 15th century and its last Diet (assembly) met in 1669

© Ann Ronan Picture Library / Heritage-Images

European Postcode Map Featured Maps Print

European Postcode Map

This colour European Postcode business map covers all of Europe from Norway in the north to Crete in the south and from Portugal in the west through to Azerbaijan in the east. Within each country the primary section of the Postcode is highlighted by coloured blocks and annotated. The UK is shown to Postcode Area level (e.g. OX) with an inset for the Greater London area. The base map shows cities and large towns along with motorways and major rivers (roads and rivers are not named). Countries are identified by their ISO country codes (e.g DE for Germany and FR for France), an index of these codes is provided in the key panel

© Map Marketing Ltd

Coastline from Denmark to Ushant by G. H. Davis Featured Maps Print

Coastline from Denmark to Ushant by G. H. Davis

From sandy dunes to rocky cliffs: the coastline from Denmark to Ushant (Brittany), a distance of about 1200 miles. The terrain of the European shores from Denmark to the extreme of Brittany, showing the varied coastline looking south. A key of the three-section map can be seen in the lower right. Date: 1944

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans