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Map of the islands in the Atlantic Ocean

Map of the islands in the Atlantic Ocean


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Map of the islands in the Atlantic Ocean

Map of the islands in the Atlantic Ocean -- Azores or Western Isles, Madeira, Bermuda, Canary Islands, Cape Verde. Date: 1851

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1850s 1851 Atlantic Azores Bermuda Canaries Canary Cape Isle Isles Madeira Maps Verde


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This map print, dated 1851, showcases the islands scattered across the expansive Atlantic Ocean during the Victorian era. The map highlights a collection of mesmerizing islands, including the Azores and Western Isles, Madeira, Bermuda, the Canary Islands, and Cape Verde. Each island is meticulously labeled, providing a glimpse into the rich maritime history of the era. The map's intricate detailing reveals the islands' geographical locations, with the coastlines delicately traced and the surrounding waters teeming with depth soundings and other navigational markers. The map's vibrant colors and ornate cartouche add to its aesthetic appeal, transporting viewers back in time to the 1850s. The Atlantic Ocean, which stretches from the Arctic in the north to the Antarctic in the south, played a significant role in the economic and cultural development of Europe during the Victorian era. This map offers a fascinating glimpse into the maritime world of the time, with its depiction of the various islands that were crucial stops for sailors and explorers traversing the Atlantic. The Azores and Western Isles, located in the mid-Atlantic, were a popular destination for whalers and fishermen, while Madeira, with its lush vineyards, was a prized trading post for European merchants. Bermuda, known for its pink sand beaches, was a popular stop for transatlantic voyages, while the Canary Islands, with their tropical climate and volcanic landscapes, were a popular destination for European settlers. Cape Verde, located off the coast of West Africa, was an important stop for transatlantic slave trade. This map print is a testament to the rich maritime history of the Victorian era and offers a captivating glimpse into the world of exploration and discovery that characterized the time. Its intricate detailing and vibrant colors make it a beautiful addition to any home or office, transporting viewers to a bygone era of adventure and discovery.

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