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Expeditiën naar Bali in 1846, -48, -49 en -68

event1897

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Map of Bali, with five inset maps showing locations of Dutch military interventions on the island from 1846 to 1868. Troop positions and Balinese defences—barricades, moats—are marked, along with terrain, roads, palaces, temples and villages.

Kaart van Sintang en omstreken

event1888

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The Kapoewas (Kapuas) and Melawi rivers converge on this map of the town of Sintang, Borneo. The town lines the river banks, surrounded by forest, wetlands, fields, bamboo, and coconut trees. Arrows on the rivers mark the direction of their flow.

Kaart van den vierkanten paal (I en II) gouvernements grondgebied te Sintang

event1888

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The Kapoewas (Kapuas) and Melawi rivers converge on this map of the town of Sintang, Borneo. The town lines the river banks, and is surrounded by fields, forest and marshland. Arrows on the rivers mark the direction of their flow.

Kaart van de Hoofdplaats Djokjakarta en Omstreken

event1872

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Map of the city of Djokakarta (Yogyakarta, Java), featuring streets and buildings, as well as a military fort, public square and railway station. The surrounding area has rice (paddy) fields and villages.

Plattegrond der stad Batavia

event1866

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A mid-19th century map of the important port of Batavia (Jakarta), with its pier, commercial centre and residential streets. However, the city is also surrounded by villages (kampongs), fields and plantations. An inset map shows Batavia Castle.

Kaart der Residentie Soerakarta

event1859

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Map of the Dutch colonial administrative region (residency) of Soerakarta (Surakarta, Java). Inset map of Surakarta city, with a military fort and two palaces. (From ‘Algemeene Atlas van Nederlandsche Indie [General Atlas of the Dutch East Indies]’.)

Isle de Baly = 'T eiland Baly

eventc.1772-1780

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Amongst the mountains and jungles of mid-18th century Bali, this map shows three royal palaces, walled encampments, and seven Buddhist temples (or ‘stupa’) on the east coast. Inset illustrations depict a palace and a temple in detail.

Carte du cours de la Riviere de Meinam: depuis Judia jusqu'à son embouchure

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Map of the Meinam (Chao Phraya) river from the city of Judia (Ayutthaya) to its mouth near Bangkok. Features temples, villages, a Bishop's Palace, a fort at Bangkok, and a ‘Champ des Eléphans [Elephant Field]’. The text is in French and Dutch.

Carte du cours de la Riviere de Meinam: depuis Judia jusqu'à son embouchure

event1730

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Map of the Meinam (Chao Phraya) river from the city of Judia (Ayutthaya) to its mouth near Bangkok. Features temples, villages, a Bishop's Palace, a fort at Bangkok, and a ‘Champ des Eléphans [Elephant Field]’. The text is in French and Dutch.

Judia

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Map of the rivers, roads and canals of Judia (city of Ayutthaya). The legend includes a palace, elephant enclosures, Archbishop’s church and palace. Outside are residential areas for people from Portugal, Japan, Pegu, Malaya, China and Cochinchina.

Kaart van de Rivier Meinam aan desselfs begin

event1729

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Map of the Meinam (Chao Phraya) river from the city of Juthia (Ayutthaya) to its mouth near Bangkok. Features temples, villages, a Bishop's Palace, a fort at Bangkok, and an ‘Olifanten Veldt [Elephant Field]’.

Judia

event1729

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Map of the rivers, roads and canals of Judia (city of Ayutthaya). The legend includes a palace, elephant enclosures, Archbishop’s church and palace. Outside are residential areas for people from Portugal, Japan, Pegu, Malaya, China and Cochinchina.

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